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The sui generis and intellectual property protection of expressions of folklore in Africa
(North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2015)
This thesis articulates an optimum framework for the protection of expressions of folklore in Africa using a number of African countries – South Africa, Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria as case studies. This thesis argues that ...
Protecting wetlands impacted by the Mpumalanga coal mining industry : a legal analysis
(North-West University (South Africa), Potchefstroom Campus, 2016)
Wetlands are seen as one of the most vulnerable ecosystems globally. The protection of wetlands has received increased focus in the South African environmental legal domain in reaction to the realisation that these ecological ...
The regulation of gas exploration, production and management : a life cycle analysis
Gas exploration and production at sea and on land is a recent phenomenon in South Africa. The reason for the sudden interest in gas exploration and production on land is that it may prove to be a solution to the need for ...
The doctrine of separability in respect of the arbitration clause of a contract : a comparative study of English law and South African law
Most jurisdictions have over the past two decades experienced reforms with regard to arbitration law. These include England, America, France, Germany and the Netherlands. These reforms were necessary as the trend in the ...
A legal framework for the promotion of renewable energy in South Africa through fiscal instruments
South Africa's current energy sector places undue reliance on fossil fuels to fulfil the country's energy requirements. The use of these non-renewable energy resources are unsustainable, as millions of tonnes of harmful ...
Environmental law perspectives on the regulation of ecotourism in South Africa's transition to a green economy
South Africa and the rest of the world currently face an exacerbating threat of environmental degradation, which can be partly ascribed to the fact that some parts of society still place economic growth as a priority over ...