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A discussion surrounding restraint of trade in employment law.
This dissertation seeks to critically examine the restraint of trade doctrine in South African law. Section 22 of the Constitution, 1996 guarantees every citizen the right to not only choose a trade, profession, or occupation, ...
Harmful cultural and traditional practices : a roadblock in the implementation of the convention on the elimination of discrimination against women and the Maputo protocol on women's rights in Tanzania.
The focus of this study was largely on the effect of harmful cultural beliefs and practices regarding women’s rights as enshrined in international, national and regional legal instruments that apply to the Tanzanian legal ...
The right to a fair trial; an analysis of s342 (a), s168 of the Criminal Procedure Act and a permanent stay of prosecution.
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The influence of the general anti-avoidance rules on tax avoidance schemes and the significance thereof for tax payers and tax advisors in South Africa.
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A critical analysis of the definition of “property” in clause 1 of the expropriation bill b4d – 2015.
Property remains a contentious issue in the new South Africa due to the unequal distribution of wealth. At the heart of this emotive issue is the question of land reform - owing to the history of racially based land ...
A critical examination of Section 61 of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 and its implications for those in the supply chain.
Product liability in South Africa fell under the common law prior to introduction of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008. Under the common law consumers could claim for any damages that they suffered as a result of ...
Critically evaluating the machinery of the Domestic Violence Act 116 of 1998 for combating domestic violence in South Africa.
There is an international law duty on South Africa in terms of the Convention on the Elimination of Violence Against Women (CEDAW) and the Convention on the Elimination of Violence Against Woman (CEVAW). Section 12 (1) (c) ...
A critical analysis of the fiduciary duties of directors and evaluation of the development of these duties in terms of the common law and statutory law.
Corporate law is based on the premise that directors are fiduciaries of their companies. This is an unbending duty which has to be adhered to at all cost by individuals appointed as directors of a company. Previously the ...
The rise of electronic commerce transactions in South Africa: legal issues pertaining to privacy.
The internet in South Africa provides significant benefits to users involved in electronic commerce. Manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and consumers enjoy the great convenience of doing business online. While electronic ...