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A black market perspective on organ trafficking : suggestions for possibly preventing the illegal organ trade.
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Soaring medical malpractice litigation in South Africa and its implications for the implementation of the proposed national health insurance scheme.
South Africa (SA) is a new democracy since 1994 with a new constitution that outlaws all forms of discrimination and affords equality to all men and women who live in it. The previous regime had entrenched discrimination ...
Provision of psychosocial care and protection services by home and community based care and support organisations.
Providing adequate care and support for OVC continues to be a significant challenge in South Africa. For the province of KwaZulu-Natal, the situation is even worse, with this province remaining the highest in HIV prevalence ...
A critical analysis of violent strikes in South Africa.
Violence during strikes is a major problem in South Africa. As time progresses, details of violent strikes are becoming more prevalent and alarming. Violent strikes impact the economy and investment. In addition, violent ...
Article IV rule II of the protocol to amend the International convention for the unification of certain rules of law relating to bills of lading: a critical analysis of the three most litigated maritime defences available to the carrier.
The defences of negligent navigation; fire and heavy weather as a peril of the seas will be examined in this study as they have been identified as the most controversial and litigated defences contained in the Hague-Visby ...
Small businesses and the South African Companies Act: does one size really fit all?
This dissertation will provide a critical analysis on whether the South African Companies Act adequately serves the needs and interests of small formal businesses in South Africa. In this regard, the thesis will determine ...
Deconstructing section 25(3) of the Constitution: have the courts adopted a progressive approach in interpreting section 25(3): a critical study of Uys NO and another v Msiza and others?
Section 25(2) of the Constitution provides that property may expropriated only in terms of law of general application for a public purpose or in the public interest, subject to compensation. Section 25(3) provides further ...
Against the strict application of the caveat subscriptor rule in the context of contracts of necessity.
This dissertation critically examines the common law caveat subscriptor rule and argues against the strict application of the rule in the context of ‘contracts of necessity’ (which is defined in the research paper). I ...
How do the 2015 LRA amendments impact on widespread practice in relation to TES employees?
In 2014, the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 went through significant changes that were aimed at improving the protection of workers in non-standard employment relationships. It is an undisputed fact that prior to the ...