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Marine salvage : from Rhodian law to Lloyd's open form, 2000.
The origins of marine salvage law may be traced to a code of Rhodian Sea laws promulgated in 500BC. Presently, while salvage law retains the foundations of this early codification, it has undergone a complete metamorphosis ...
Intellectual property rights and plant variety protection in South Africa : an international perspective.
This work will investigate the implementation of plant variety protection obligations that African states, and in particular South Africa, have to undertake under the various relevant international agreements, especially ...
Geo : food for thought.
Consider this: South Africa recently became the first country in the world to commercially release genetically engineered maize for human consumption. In contrast to the cautionary approach adopted by other African countries, ...
An industrial chemocide : synoptic analysis of air pollution in the Durban South area.
Air pollution, health and poverty convey overtones of moral dereliction of our people by the confederacy of perpetrators. It is true that a cocktail of chemical emissions pollute the Durban South area and the residents ...
Water resource management in South Africa.
South Africa is a semi-arid country virtually surrounded by water, yet fresh water is a scarce commodity and much of the population is currently without potable water. Water is the essence of life and a renewable resource ...