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Reviewing the Speaker's decision : a brief synopsis of UDM v Speaker of the National Assembly 2017 5 SA 300 (CC)
In United Democratic Movement v Speaker of the National Assembly 2017 5 SA 300 (CC), the Constitutional Court set out certain factors that the Speaker of the National Assembly must consider when deciding the manner in ...
The potential of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the pursuit of sustainable development goal 11 in Zimbabwe
The international community has recognised cities as important drivers of development and poverty reduction by including SDG 11 in the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. Even though the Sustainable Development ...
Jurisdictional and procedural technicalities in hate speech cases: South African Human Rights Commission v Khumalo 2019 1 SA 289 (GJ)
The jurisdiction or competence of the Equality Court to hear a dispute concerning alleged hate speech is affected by various jurisdictional factors. The decision in South African Human Rights Commission v Khumalo 2019 1 ...
Mainstreaming black women into managerial positions in the South African Corporate Sector in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)
The active participation of Black South African women in the corporate sector is essential for the achievement of equity and diversity. Since 1994 the sector has failed to promote black women into managerial positions ...
Integrated drought monitoring framework for Eswatini applying standardised precipitation index and normalised difference vegetation index
In the last decade, Eswatini has been affected by moderate to severe droughts, leading to huge impacts on the economic, environmental and societal sectors. The frequency and magnitude of drought have also increased, ...
Phillips, H. 2019. UCT under Apartheid, Part 1: From onset to sit-in 1948-1968 [Book review]
(School for Basic Sciences, North-West University, Vanderbijlpark Campus, 2022)
Entrepreneurship and women’s economic empowerment in Zimbabwe: Research themes and future research perspectives
This article explores women’s entrepreneurship research conducted in Zimbabwe. For this purpose, a literature review approach was adopted where all journal articles published between 1990 and 2018 that addressed the ...
Understanding vulnerability and resilience in Somalia
In the recent years, Somalia witnessed a heightened frequency of droughts and conflicts. This article explores the experiences of Somalis during the 2011 and 2016 crises, examining the link between vulnerability and ...
Automated facial recognition in law enforcement : the Queen (on application of Edward Bridges) v The Chief Constable of South Wales Police
The use of automated facial recognition in law enforcement is still a novel practice and as a result the legislative framework for this technology is ill-defined. The judgement of The Queen (on application of Edward ...