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Employee's right to privacy versus the employer's right to monitor electronic communication in the workplace.
This paper focuses on the employee’s right to privacy versus the employer’s right to access electronic communication in the workplace. This will be considered within the context of our common law and legislative provisions. ...
Electronic spamming within South Africa : a comparative analysis.
In the context of electronic messaging, spam refers to unsolicited bulk messages. Spam creates significant problems for the recipient of these messages, from mere irritation to infringements of constitutionally guaranteed ...
The combatant status of non-State actors in international armed conflicts, in light of the notion of direct participation in hostilities : an analysis of relief workers, journalists, voluntary human shields, private-military and security contractors, and under-aged child soldiers recruited into non-State organized armed groups.
The increased outsourcing of many traditionally military functions, together with the fact that international armed conflicts are increasingly being fought in predominantly civilian locations, is contesting the international ...
An evaluation of the legal framework governing noise control in South Africa.
Rapid industrialisation in countries around the world has resulted in an increase in various types of pollution. Noise pollution is one example of such pollution. Like other types of pollution, for example water and air ...
An analysis of the implementation of the child's right to be heard within the family environment in accordance with section 31 of the South African Children's Act 38 of 2005.
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of a Child 1989 has endowed children with the right to express their views in all matters that affect them. According to the Committee on the Rights of a Child this right extends ...
Addressing child marriages through law reform : a case study of Zimbabwe.
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Non-governmental organizations and land policy in Zimbabwe.
There is widespread debate on what constitutes civil society and its importance in development and poverty reduction. The debate has been on-going since the term was coined by Aristotle during antiquity. The concept of ...
The sustainability of the Rotterdam Rules in modern multimodal transport : the possibility of harmony for liability under multimodal carriage contracts.
With the advent of containerisation in the 1960s, there was a significant need to alter the traditional legal approach to the long-distance haulage of goods. The use of containers made it possible for goods to be transported ...
Non-pathological incapacity : reassessing the defence of provocation and emotional stress in South Africa.
The relationship between provocation and the criminal law can be categorised as a necessary but troubled union. Historically, anger was considered as a ground mitigating punishment in Roman law with the law distinguishing ...