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A critical analysis of the lack of consideration of small scale fisheries in the allocation of fishing rights in South Africa.
Marine resources, in particular the fishing industry, continue to play a major role in sustaining South Africa’s economy and social development and contribute to employment and security of the local community. Historically, ...
A critical analysis of exclusionary clauses in medical contracts.
Exclusionary clauses in South Africa have thus far been interpreted narrowly by the South African Courts. It has been accepted that where a patient enters into a medical contract/agreement with a hospital that includes ...
The UN Refugee Convention cessation clause and its application to Rwandan refugees based in Kenya.
Kenya like many other countries offers asylum to refugees in fulfillment of the provisions of the 1951 UN Refugee Convention as well as the 1969 OAU Refugee Convention. The country, with the assistance of UNHCR, confers ...
The interface between the Insolvency Act 24 of 1936 and the National Credit Act 34 of 2005.
The Insolvency Act 24 of 1936 regulates the debtor’s estate when sequestrated for the benefit of creditors. The debtor must prove that sequestration will be to the advantage creditors and as such creates a stumbling block ...
Class actions : a proposed procedure in terms of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008.
Due to length and time constraints, this dissertation will briefly examine and provide an overview of the current method that courts have adopted in bringing a class action in Southern Africa and internationally. Specific ...
Children incarcerated with their mothers : a critique of the current age-based approach to the separation of children from their mothers.
It is a worldwide phenomenon that, when mothers are imprisoned, their young children are allowed to accompany them. However, practices between different countries, and even within different prisons, vary greatly and there ...
Positive discrimination in South African employment law : has affirmative action overstayed its welcome?
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Consumer protection in Swaziland : a comparative analysis of the law in South Africa and the United Kingdom.
Consumer protection has become an important issue in many spheres of trade. This fact is borne out by the many consumer protection laws introduced in many countries globally. However, despite these developments Swaziland ...