PER: 2020 Volume 23
- Improving access to justice through law graduate post-study community service in South Africa / Holness, David
- Promoting constitutional democracy : regulating political parties in the Central African Republic and Senegal / Vohito-Anyanwu, Sonia
- The marketing of consumer and mortgage credit as a responsible lending tool : a comparison of South African, European and Belgian Law : Part 1 / Renke, Stéfan ; Steennot, Reinhard
- The marketing of consumer and mortgage credit as a responsible lending tool: a comparison of South African, European and Belgian Law : Part 2 / Renke, Stéfan ; Steennot, Reinhard
- Strikes in essential services in Kenya : the doctors, nurses and clinical officers' strikes revisited and lessons from South Africa / Gathongo, Johana K. ; Ndimurwimo, Leah A.
- Property rights of Nigerian women at divorce : a case for a redistribution order / Efe, Chinedu J. ; Eberechi, Oghenerioborue Esther
- Die status en beskerming van meerderjariges met beperkte handelingsbevoegdheid / Robinson, Robbie
- The South African Prosecutor in the face of adverse pre-trial publicity / Broughton, D.W.M.
- Exploring childhood statelessness in South Africa / Khan, Fatima
- Ensuring the reliability of fire-arm identification evidence / Mutsavi, Tanyarara ; Meintjes-van der Walt, Lirieka
- The dangers of convictions based on a single piece of forensic evidence / Olaborede, Adebola ; Meintjes-van der Walt, Lirieka
- Once more uBuntu : a reply to Radebe and Phooko / Kroeze, Irma J.
- Demystifying hate speech under the PEPUDA / Geldenhuys, Judith ; Kelly-Louw, Michelle
- Is the Dawn of the Robot Lawyer upon us? The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Future of Lawyers / Gravett, Willem
- Do the SALINI criteria apply to the definition of an investment provided in annex 1 of the 2006 and 2016 SADC protocol on finance and investment? An assessment / Ngobeni, Lawrence
- Legal implications relating to being "entitled to serve" as a director : a South African–Australian perspective / Kilian, Neels
- Hate speech and racial slurs in the South Afican context : where to start / Geldenhuys, Judith ; Kelly-Louw, Michelle
- A comparative analysis of the application of the 1951 refugee convention to victims of sexual violence in South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda / Eberechi, Oghenerioborue Esther
- Defining fairness in dismissals of unauthorised foreign nationals / Newaj, Kamalesh
- State use provisions for patent law, and expropriations : some comparative law guidelines for South Africa during the Covid-19 crisis and beyond / Du Bois, Mikhalien
- Appropriate internal appeal mechanisms for approval of building plans: exploring the gaps left by the Constitutional Court / Raboshakga, Ngwako ; Fuo, Oliver
- Consequences for non-payment of PAYE and VAT compared / Moosa, Fareed
- Thinking-of-the-Animal-Other with Emmanuel Levinas / De Villiers, Jan-Harm
- The origin of arbitration law in South Africa / Rantsane, Ditaba P.
- A Case for Transnational Law in Contemporary Times / Soyapi, Caiphas B.
- Towards designing a validated framework for improved clinical legal education : empirical research on student and alumni feedback / Van der Merwe, Stephan
- Double taxation treaty interpretation : lessons from a case down under / Du Plessis, Izelle
- Clinical legal education during a global pandemic - suggestions from the trenches : the perspective of the Nelson Mandela University / Welgemoed, Marc
- The in vitro embryo and the law : the ownership issue and a response to Robinson / Thaldar, Donrich W.
- A note on sentencing practices for the offence of the unlawful possession of semi-automatic firearms / Du Toit, Pieter G.
- Death of the breadwinner and the continuation of the duty of spousal support : discrepancies and inequalities for different categories of surviving partners / http://hdl.handle.net/10394/38482
- The powers of the office of the public protector and the South African Human Rights Commission: A Critical Analysis of SABC v DA and EFF v Speaker of the National Assembly 2016 3 SA 580 (CC) / Swanepoel, Paul ; Govender, Kathy
- 'n Leë Dop is soms beter as ? Halwe Eier Gounden v Master of the High Court  JOL 32896 (KZD) en Govender v Gounden 2019 2 SA 262 (KZN) / Gildenhuys, Anél
- Baleni v Minister of Mineral Resources 2019 2 SA 453 (GP) : paving the way for formal protection of Informal Land Rights / Meyer, Yolandi
- The changing identity on succession to chieftaincy in the institution of traditional leadership : Mphephu v Mphephu-Ramabulana (948/17)  ZASCA 58 / Ntlama, Nomthandazo
- Legal Standing of victims in criminal proceedings: Wickham v Magistrate, Stellenbosch 2017 1 BCLR 121 (CC) / Mhlongo, Lindelwa ; Dube, Angelo
- Jurisdictional and procedural technicalities in hate speech cases: South African Human Rights Commission v Khumalo 2019 1 SA 289 (GJ) / Geldenhuys, Judith ; Kelly-Louw, Michelle
- Poverty as a Ground of Indirect Discrimination in the Allocation of Police Resources – A Discussion of Social Justice Coalition v Minister of Police 2019 4 SA 82 (WCC) / Van der Linde, Delano
- Conflicting Levels of Engagement under the Interim Protection of Informal Land Rights Act and the Minerals and Petroleum Development Act: A Closer Look at the Xolobeni Community Dispute / Tlale, Mpho Tsepiso
- Marital Power Finally Obliterated: The History of the Abolition of the Marital Power in Civil Marriages in Eswatini / Mavundla, Simangele D. ; Strode, Ann ; Dlamini, Dumisani C
Special Edition: The universal declaration of human rights at 70
- EDITORIAL: Special Edition The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70 : African Perspectives on Progress and Prospects / Dube, Felix ; Agbor, Avitus A.
- 70 Years after the UDHR: A Provocative Reflection Shaped by African Experiences / Agbor, Avitus A.
- The Impact of Myths, Superstition and Harmful Cultural Beliefs against Albinism in Tanzania: A Human Rights Perspective / Kajiru, Ines ; Nyimbi, Isaack
- Neither Adopted nor Borrowed : A Critique of the Conception of the South African Bill of Rights / Dube, Felix
- Kuwali, D. and Viljoen, F. (eds).2017. By All Means Necessary: Protecting Civilians and Preventing Mass Atrocities in Africa (PULP Pretoria 2017) ISBN 978 1 920538 66 8 [Book review] / Laubscher, Michael
- Langer, L. 2014. Religious Offence and Human Rights: The Implications of Defamations of Religions (Cambridge University Press 2014) ISBN 9781139600460 [Book review] / Gabru, Naeema
- Bhuiyan, Md J.H. and Khan, B.U. (eds). 2019. Revisiting the Geneva Conventions: 1949-2019. (Brill Nijhoff Leiden ISBN 978 90 04 37553 6 (cased); 978 90 04 37554 3 (eBook) [Book review] / Rautenbach, Christa
- Bhuiyan, Md J.H. and Jensen D. (eds). 2020. Law and Religion in the Liberal State (Hart Publishing 2020) ISBN 978 1 50992 633 6 (cased); 978 1 50992 635 0 (eBook); ePub 978 1 50992 634 3 [Book review] / Rautenbach, Christa
Editor-in-Chief: Professor Christa Rautenbach
(PER/PELJ, 2020)Access to justice for all in South Africa, as most clearly set out in sections 34 and 35 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, is necessary to realise various other fundamental rights and to improve ...
Promoting constitutional democracy : regulating political parties in the Central African Republic and Senegal (PER/PELJ, 2020)Constitutions and other legal frameworks are expected to ensure the protection of the fundamental and collective rights of citizens. In this respect, the regulation of political parties is a global phenomenon, which ...
The marketing of consumer and mortgage credit as a responsible lending tool : a comparison of South African, European and Belgian Law : Part 1 (PER/PELJ, 2020)The vulnerability of prospective credit consumers to over-committing their resources and the inherent dangers posed by credit advertising in particular necessitate the proper regulation of credit marketing. It is therefore ...
The marketing of consumer and mortgage credit as a responsible lending tool: a comparison of South African, European and Belgian Law : Part 2 (PER/PELJ, 2020)The vulnerability of prospective credit consumers to over-committing their resources and the inherent dangers posed by credit advertising in particular necessitate the proper regulation of credit marketing. It is therefore ...
Strikes in essential services in Kenya : the doctors, nurses and clinical officers' strikes revisited and lessons from South Africa (PER/PELJ, 2020)The right to strike is one of the fundamental rights enshrined in the Kenyan Constitution, 2010. Any limitation to the right involves the danger of collective bargaining. The right to strike is derived from the Right to ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)In Nigeria, marriage is hardly conceived as a partnership of equals in relation to the property rights of spouses during marriage and at divorce. This is because the Nigerian courts do not redistribute property at divorce. ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)The Status and Protection of Majors with Impaired Capacity to Act In this contribution the focus falls on the capacity to act of majors who, due to mental or physical disabilities, lack the ability to make sound decisions ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)Pre-trial publicity regarding a pending criminal case, which publicity may be in the form of media coverage of the case or a prior decision given in parallel judicial proceedings arising from substantially the same facts ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees set a 10-year timeline in 2014 to prevent childhood statelessness and believes this is possible if the following four steps are taken. First, it urges all states to allow ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)Notwithstanding the acceptance of firearm identification by courts, the scientific community has been reluctant to recognise firearm identification as a reliable method of conclusively establishing a connection between a ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)The overall goal of the criminal justice system is to ensure that perpetrators of crimes are duly punished and that victims of crimes are duly exonerated. As part of the effort to achieve this goal, the forensic disciplines ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)This article is a critical engagement with the most recent contribution to the debate on the nature and content of ubuntu. The contribution (by Radebe and Phooko) attempts to provide the concept of ubuntu with substantive ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)The factual matrix that is considered in each hate speech case differs from that in the next. However, certain factors always remain key in the process of balancing the different constitutional rights at play: who the ...
Is the Dawn of the Robot Lawyer upon us? The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Future of Lawyers (PER/PELJ, 2020)The practice of law has been largely shielded from technological developments in the course of the past 50 years. While the ways in which legal professionals process and share information have evolved with new technologies ...
Do the SALINI criteria apply to the definition of an investment provided in annex 1 of the 2006 and 2016 SADC protocol on finance and investment? An assessment (PER/PELJ, 2020)An investment is the subject matter in an investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS or international arbitration) or litigation case. Therefore, there can be no such dispute if there is no investment to which the dispute ...
Legal implications relating to being "entitled to serve" as a director : a South African–Australian perspective (PER/PELJ, 2020)This article focusses on an Australian piece of legislation and interesting case law, as well as on how the Federal Court of Australia has applied Australia's Corporations Act, 2001 to characterise a person as a de facto ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)Protecting people against hate speech and racist slurs requires weighing up several fundamental rights. To maintain legitimacy in enforcing the legislative protection, a fine balance must be struck between the rights ...
A comparative analysis of the application of the 1951 refugee convention to victims of sexual violence in South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda (PER/PELJ, 2020)This article seeks to ascertain whether refugees who are victims of sexual violence in contracting states enjoy access to courts per Article 16 of the United Nations (UN) Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees ...
(PER/PELJ, 2020)It is trite that if a person's employment is prohibited by law it is not possible for such a person to perform his or her work lawfully. However, people are employed despite failing to comply with statutory requirements. ...
State use provisions for patent law, and expropriations : some comparative law guidelines for South Africa during the Covid-19 crisis and beyond (PER/PELJ, 2020)This article views section 4 of the Patents Act 57 of 1978 against section 25 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 and Article 31 of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property ...