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    • A child's right to privacy, a parent's duty to care and social media 

      Chihwai, Yeukai Joyleen (North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      The expansion in the use of social media has resulted in children of a very young age engaging in the extensive use of social media platforms. In as much as social media are an effective and inexpensive medium of communication, ...
    • The criminal capacity of child offenders in South Africa revisited 

      Chisora, Sandra Nyaradzo (North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      Criminal capacity concerns the ability of individuals to understand the implications of their actions related to the commission of an offence. The consideration of criminal capacity for children, however, is determined by ...
    • The cultural practice of ukuthwala in South Africa 

      Machaka, B. J. (North-West University, 2019)
      It has been argued that the practice of ukuthwala is one of the forms of child marriage in South Africa. The practice is widely spread, especially in the Eastern Cape among the Xhosa Communities. The practice of ukuthwala ...
    • Die beperking van interstaatlike aanneming op die subsidiariteitsbeginsel. 

      Warren, S (North-West University, 2019)
      Regtens gereguleerde aanneming is vir die eerste keer in 1923 in Suid-Afrika geïmplementeer in die vorm van die Wet op Aannemings van 1923. Interstaatlike aanneming was uitdruklik deur hierdie wet verbied tot die Konstitusionele ...
    • Forced child marriages as a form of child trafficking in the South African context 

      Mnisi, N.S. (North-West University (South Africa), 2020)
      Child marriage is a clear violation of human rights. It is still practised around the world and affects the lives of young girls in particular. Such marriage takes place between two persons, where one of the spouses is ...
    • The impact of poverty alleviation on the eradication of child labour in South Africa 

      Rathebe, Bernice Sentle (North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
      The mini-dissertation will analyse how South Africa complies with international, regional and constitutional obligations to eradicate child labour through poverty alleviation. Poverty is still a problem in South Africa 20 ...
    • Ratification of inadequate surrogacy agreements and the best interest of the child : a critical analysis 

      Baase, Mathabo (North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2017)
      The use of surrogate motherhood agreements for reproductive purposes has increased recently. While an internationally binding instrument has yet to be produced, South Africa, among many other countries, has developed ...