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Law, Democracy & Development (LDD) is the journal of the Faculty of Law at the University of the Western Cape. The first issue appeared in May 1997. The journal set out to build on the proud traditions established by UWC and the Law Faculty in the struggle for democracy, with many of our staff and alumni having gone on to serve as ministers of state, judges of the highest courts and in other key positions in the post-apartheid dispensation. Our focus is on legal and socio-legal issues relevant to the development challenges facing South Africa and Africa – it is, above all, on nurturing institutions of governance through the promotion of human rights.

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The Journal of Anti-Corruption Law is a project of the Department of Criminal Justice and Procedure in the Faculty of Law at the University of the Western Cape. It is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal which publishes articles, case notes and comments on any issue relevant to corruption in particular and to economic crimes in general. The editors welcome contributions which deal with these issues from a legal, jurisprudential, socio-legal and/or politico-legal perspective. Two numbers are published annually, one in June and another in December.

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Located in South Africa and rooted in Africa, we have a proud tradition of socially committed research and publication forged in the struggle against apartheid.

This portal highlights our continuing engagement with some of the most critical issues of our time. These range from climate threats and far-reaching changes to the employment landscape, to the plight of children in poverty and questions of legal integration and transnational criminal justice.

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Yearly Faculty Publications


Books

  • De Ville J (2017) Constitutional Theory: Schmitt after Derrida (Routledge)
  • Dube A (2017) Universal Jurisdiction in Respect of International Crimes: Theory and Practice in Africa (Galda Verlag)
  • Du Toit D (ed.) (2002-2017) Labour Law through the Cases, 30th issue (LexisNexis)
  • Du Toit D (ed.) (2017) Strikes and the Law (LexisNexis)
  • Mupangavanhu Y (2017) The Regional Integration of African Trade Mark Laws: Challenges and Possibilities (Galda Verlag)
  • Steytler N (ed.) Concurrency in Federal Systems: Meaning, Making, Managing (Brill Publishers)
  • Steytler N and De Visser J (2017) Local Government Law of South Africa, 10th update (LexisNexis
 

Chapters in books

 
  • Anthony A (2017) ‘Best practice in South African Construction Procurement Law’ in Thai KV (ed.) Global Procurement Theories and Practice (Springer) pp. 291-310
  • Chigwata TC (2017) ‘Fiscal Decentralisation: Constraint to Revenue-Raising by Local Government in Zimbabwe’ in Schoburgh E and Ryan R (eds.) Handbook of Research on Sub-National Governance and Development (IGI Global) pp. 193-217
  • De Visser J (2017) ‘Concurrent Powers in South Africa’ in Steytler, N (ed.) Concurrent Powers in Federal Systems: Meaning, Making and Managing (Brill/Nijhoff) pp. 222-240
  • Du Toit D (2017) ‘Towards Fairness in the “Sharing Economy”’ in Ahlberg K and Bruun N (eds.) New Foundations of Labour Law (Peter Lang) pp. 127-145
  • Du Toit D (2017) ‘Lock-outs’ in Du Toit (ed.) Strikes and the Law (LexisNexis) pp. 127-153
  • Florescu S and Sloth-Nielsen J (2017) ‘Visions on Surrogacy - From North to South: The Approach of the Netherlands and South Africa to the Issue of Surrogacy and the Child's Right to Know his Origin’ The International Survey of Family Law (LexisNexis) pp. 239-258
  • Mezmur BD (2017) ‘The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child’ in Boezaart CJ (ed.) Child Law in South Africa (Juta) pp. 401-423
  • Mezmur B (2017) ‘Happy 18th birthday to the African Children’s Rights Charter: Not counting its days but making its days count’ African Human Rights Yearbook 1 (PULP) pp. 125-149
  • Moosa N (2017) ‘South Africa’ in Yassari N, Möller, L-M and Gallala-Arndt, I (eds.) Parental care and the best interests of the child in Muslim countries (Springer) pp. 219-257
  • Moosa N and Abduroaf M (2017) ‘South Africa: Implications of the Official Designation of Muslim Clergy as Authorised Civil Marriage Officers for Muslim polygynous, interfaith and same-sex marriages in South Africa’ The International Survey of Family Law (LexisNexis) pp. 323-359
  • Mujuzi J (2016/2017) ‘The Mauritian Supreme Court Reliance on French and British Laws to Resolve Private International Law Disputes’ in Bonomi I and Romano GP (ed.) Yearbook of Private International Law, vol XVII (Verlag Dr Otto Schmidt) pp. 423-430
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘The right of prisoners to vote: Historical and contemporary concerns’ in Oloka-Onyanga J and Ahikire J (eds.) Controlling consent: Uganda’s 2016 elections (Africa World Press/The Red Sea Press) pp. 261-278
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘Mauritius: Marriage by foreign nationals to Mauritian citizens: A comment on Section 19A of the Civil Status Act of 1981’ The International Survey of Family Law (LexisNexis) pp. 225-238
  • Sloth-Nielsen J (2017) ‘Child Justice in South Africa’ in Boezaart CJ (ed.) Child Law in South Africa (Juta) pp. 677-725
  • Sloth-Nielsen J (2017), ‘African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child’ in Boezaart CJ (ed.) Child Law in South Africa (Juta) pp. 424-445
  • Steytler N (2017) ‘The currency of concurrent powers in federal systems’ in Steytler N (ed.) Concurrent powers in federal systems: Meaning, Making, Managing (Brill/Nijhoff) pp. 1-11
  • Steytler N (2017) ‘Concurrency of Powers in Deeply Divided Countries: The Case of Yemen’s Draft Constitution’ in Steytler N (ed.) Concurrent powers in federal systems: Meaning, Making, Managing (Brill/Nijhoff) pp. 279-299
  • Steytler N (2017) ‘Concurrency of Powers: The Zebra in the Room’ in Steytler N (ed.) Concurrent powers in federal systems: Meaning, Making, Managing (Brill/Nijhoff, 2017) pp. 300-350
  • Steytler N (2017) ‘The Constitutional Court: Reinforcing South Africa’s Hourglass System of Multilevel Government’ in Arony N and Kincaid J (eds.) Courts in Federal Countries: Federalists or Unitarists?’ (Toronto: University of Toronto Press) pp. 328-366
  • Wandrag R (2017) ‘Governance of state-owned companies’ in Loubser A (ed.) Company Secretarial Practice (Juta) pp. 29:1-29:16
 

​Journal articles

 
  • Albertus C (2017) ‘Remand detainees who are terminally ill: Does the law offer adequate opportunities for their release?’ South African Journal of Criminal Justice 30:2 pp. 145-161
  • Albertus C (2017) ‘A recipe for immunity or impunity? A commentary on Southern Africa Litigation Centre v The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and Others’ Namibia Law Journal 9:1 pp. 139-152
  • Ayele ZA and De Visser J (2017) ‘The (mis)management of ethno-linguistic diversity in Ethiopian cities’ Ethnopolitics 16:3 pp. 260-278
  • Basson Y (2017) ‘State obligations in international law related to the right to an adequate standard of living for persons with disabilities’ Law, Democracy and Development 21 pp. 68-83
  • Basson Y (2017) ‘Selected developments in South African labour legislation related to persons with disabilities’ Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 20:1 pp. 1-21
  • Chigwata T, Muchapondwa V and Visser J (2017) ‘Ministerial Directives to local government in Zimbabwe: Top-down governance in a decentralized Constitution’ Journal of African Law 61:1 pp.41-56
  • De Visser J and November J (2017) ‘Overseeing the overseers: Assessing compliance with municipal intervention rules in South Africa’ Hague Journal on the Rule of Law 9:1 pp. 109-133
  • Dube A and Machaya M (2017) ‘The Doctrine of Res Judicata Revisited: Molaudzi v the State’ Strategic Review for Southern Africa 39:2 pp. 78-93
  • Dube A and Nhlabatsi S (2017) ‘On amorphous terms, terrorism and a feeble judiciary: Analysing the dissenting judgment in Maseko v Prime Minister of Swaziland and Others (2016)’ International Journal of African Renaissance Studies - Multi-, Inter- and Transdisciplinarity 12:1 pp. 157-175
  • Durojaye E (2017) ‘The role of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights in developing norms and standards on HIV/AIDS and human rights’ Global Jurist 17:3 pp. 1-15
  • Durojaye E (2017) ‘Between rhetoric and reality: The relevance of the substantive equality approach to addressing gender inequality in Mozambique’ Afrika focus 30:1 pp. 31-52
  • Durojaye E. (2017) ‘A gendered analysis of section 48(2)(d) of the Zimbabwean Constitution of 2013’ Statute Law Review 38:2 pp. 240-251
  • Durojaye E (2017) ‘The WHO Tobacco Convention: A new dawn in the implementation of international health instrument? Comment on "The Legal Strength of International Health Instruments - What It Brings to Global Health Governance?"’ International Journal of Health Policy Management 7:2 pp. 189-191
  • Durojaye E and Owoeye Y (2017) ‘Equally unequal or unequally equal: Adopting a substantive equality approach to gender discrimination in Nigeria’ International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 17:2 pp. 70-85
  • Du Toit D (2017) ‘Freedom of association, majoritarianism, and the rights of minority unions’ International Labor Rights Case Law 3:3 pp. 297-301
  • Du Toit, F (2017) ‘Die ontheffing van trustees uit hul amp deur die Hooggeregshof en die Meester van die Hooggeregshof: onlangse verwikkelinge in Suid-Afrikaanse regspraak’ Tydskrif vir die Suid Afrikaanse Reg pp. 124-137
  • Du Toit F (2017) ‘Gender-exclusive charitable trusts: Re the Esther G. Castanera Scholarship Fund and recent South African judgments on discriminatory bursary trusts’ Manitoba Law Journal 40:1 pp. 141-171
  • Fessha YT (2017) ‘The original sin of Ethiopian federalism’ Ethnopolitics 16:3 pp. 232-245
  • Hamman A and Nortje W (2017) ‘Vergoedingsboetes in strafregtelike verrigtinge - ʼn Vars perspektief’ LitNet Akademies 14:1 pp. 281-303
  • Hamman A and Koen R (2017) ‘Pecunia Non Olet: Dirty money as legal fees’ Journal of Anti-Corruption Law 1:1 pp. 107-133
  • Hutchison A and Sibanda N (2017) ‘A living customary law of commercial contracting: Some law-related hypotheses’ South African Journal on Human Rights 33:3 pp. 380-405
  • Kondo T (2017) ‘Socio-economic rights in Zimbabwe: Trends and emerging jurisprudence’ African Human Rights Law Journal 17:1 pp. 163-193
  • Kondo T (2017) ‘A Comparison with analysis of the SADC FIP before and after its amendment’ Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 20:1 pp. 1-47
  • Mesfin S (2017) ‘Ethiopian ethnic federalism: Without a space for “Indigenous Peoples”?’ Journal on Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe 16:3 pp. 246-259
  • Moosa F (2017) ‘Taxation: Constitutionality of the Tax Administration Act 28 of 2011’ Stellenbosch Law Review 28:3 pp. 638-656
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘Public procurement, foreign convictions and the Canadian ineligibility and suspension policy of the integrity regime: Some of the issues to grapple with’ Public Procurement Law Review 26:3 pp. 81-85
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘The “Best interests of the child” as a factor in allowing Foreigners with criminal records to enter Canada and in staying the deportation of foreign national offenders from Canada’ Acta Universitatis Danubius Juridica 13:1 pp. 163-185
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘The African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and its promotion and protection of the right to freedom from discrimination’ International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 17:2 pp. 86-136
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘Private prosecutions in Mauritius: Clarifying locus standi and making the Director of Public Prosecutions more accountable’ African Journal of Legal Studies 10:1 pp. 1-34
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘Protecting animals from mistreatment through private prosecutions in South Africa: A comment on National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development 2016 1 SACR 308 (SCA)’ Journal of African Law 61:2 pp. 289-304
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘The Mauritian Piracy Act: A comment on the Director of Public Prosecutions v Ali Abeoulkader Mohamed Decision’ Ocean Development and International Law 48:1 pp. 69-78
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘Strengthening the right to institute a private prosecution in Uganda by amending Article 120(3) of the Constitution: A comment on Uganda v Inspector General Of Police, General Kale Kayihura and 7 Others (17 August 2016)’ African Journal of International and Comparative Law 25:4 pp. 589-606 
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘The transfer of offenders between European countries and remission of sentences: A comment on the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union’s Judgment in criminal proceedings against Atanas Ognyanov of 8 November 2016 dealing with Article 17 of Council Framework Decision 2008/909/JHA’ European Criminal Law Review 7:3 289-303
  • Mujuzi J (2017) ‘The African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights and its Protection of the Right to a Fair Trial’ The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals 16:2 pp. 187-223
  • Mupangavanhu B (2017) ‘Fiduciary duty and duty of care: Does South African law insist on the distinction between the two duties being kept separate?’ Stellenbosch Law Review 28:1 pp. 148-163
  • Mupangavanhu Y (2017) ‘The relationship between restraints of trade and garden leave’ Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 20:1 pp. 1-18
  • Mupangavanhu Y (2017) ‘The statutory regulation of timeshare agreements in light of the need for greater consumer protection’ Stellenbosch Law Review 28:3 pp. 657-678
  • Mupangavanhu Y (2017) ‘The protection of scent, taste and sound marks in South Africa: Threats and possibilities’ SA Intellectual Property Law Journal 5:1 pp. 16-33.
  • Mwambene L (2017) ‘The essence vindicated? Courts and customary marriages in South Africa’ African Human Rights Law Journal 17:1 pp. 35-54
  • Mwambene L (2017) ‘What is the future of polygyny (polygamy) in Africa?’ Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 20:1 pp. 1-33
  • Mwambene L and Kruuse H (2017) ‘The thin edge of the wedge: ukuthwaka, alienation and consent’ South African Journal on Human Rights 33:1 pp. 25-45
  • Mwambene L and Mawodza O (2017) ‘Children’s rights standards and child marriage in Malawi’ African Studies Quarterly 17:3 pp. 21-44
  • Nanima R (2017) ‘An evaluation of Kenya's parallel legal regime on refugees, and the courts' guarantee of their rights’ Law, Democracy and Development 21:1 pp. 42-67
  • Nanima R (2017) ‘The need for a review of plea bargaining in Uganda: A reflection on the experiences under common law and in South Africa’ Journal of Comparative Law in Africa / Revue de Droit Compare en Afrique 4:1 pp. 24-44
  • Nanima R (2017) ‘The drafting history of the Uganda Penal code (amendment) Act and challenges to its implementation’ Statute Law Review 38:2 pp. 226-239
  • Nanima R (2017) ‘Barnard v Minister of Justice: the minister’s verdict: Deciding on parole for offenders serving life sentences’ South African Crime Quarterly 59 pp. 19-26
  • Nortje W and Du Toit P (2017) ‘A fresh perspective on historical sexual abuse: The Case of Hewitt v S 2017 1 SACR 309 (SCA)’ Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 20:4 pp. 1-20
  • Nortje W (2017) ‘Victim or villain: Exploring the possible bases of a defence in the Ongwen Case at the International Criminal Court’ International Criminal Law Review 17:1 pp. 186-207
  • Potberg C and Chetty R (2017) ‘”Voices” of school dropouts about the use of illicit drugs on the Cape Flats, Western Cape’ Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology 30:3 pp. 135-148
  • Scholtz W (2017) ‘Killing them softly: Animal welfare and the inhumanity of whaling’ Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 20:1 pp. 18-37
  • Scholtz W (2017) ‘Injecting compassion into international wildlife law via a welfare-centric ethic: From compassion to conservation?’ Transnational Environmental Law 6:3 pp. 463-483
  • Van Niekerk C (2017) ‘Assisted reproductive technologies and the right to reproduce under South African Law’ Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 20:1 pp. 1-31
  • Van Niekerk C (2017) ‘When a relationship has reached its expiration date, does the same apply to the embryos under South African law?’ Obiter 38:1 pp. 165-180
  • Van Niekerk C (2017) ‘Strange (and incompatible) bedfellows: The relationship between the National Health Act and the regulations relating to artificial fertilisation of persons, and its impact on individuals engaged in assisted reproduction’ South African Journal of Bioethics and Law 10:1 pp. 32-35
  • Wrensch JJ and Koornhof PGJ (2017) ‘Video game modification in South Africa’ South African Intellectual Property Law Journal 5:1 pp. 75-88

Books

  • Chigwata, T. Provincial and Local Government Reform in Zimbabwe: An analysis of the Law, Policy and Practice (Cape Town: Juta, 2018) 532 pp.
  • Du Toit D. et al Labour Law through the Cases (LexisNexis, 2002-2018) loose-leaf
  • French D. and Kotzé L. (eds.) Sustainable Development Goals: Law, Theory and Implementation (Edward Elgar, 2018) 331 pp.
  • Ruiz Abou-Nigm V., McCall-Smith H and French D. (eds.) Linkages and Boundaries in Private and Public International Law (Hart, 2018) 272 pp.
  • Hamman A. The Impact of Anti-Money Laundering Legislation on the Legal Profession in South Africa (Galda Verlag, 2018) 262 pp.
  • Maris C.W. Tolerance: Experiments with Freedom in the Netherlands (Springer, 2018) 410 pp.
  • Ndlovu, P. Competition Law in South Africa (Wolters Kluwer, 2018) 368 pp.
  • Steytler, N. (ed.) The BRICS Partnership: Challenges and Prospects for Multilevel Government (Cape Town: Juta, 2018) 176 pp.
  • Steytler N.C. and De Visser J. Local Government Law of South Africa (LexisNexis, 2012-2018) loose-leaf
  • Tessema, M.T. Persecution of Politicide in Ethiopia: The Red Terror Trials (Springer, 2018) 303 pp.
  • Van Reenen S. and De Ville, J. Translation of Jacques Derrida Before the Law: The Complete text of Préjugés (University of Minnesota Press, 2018) 78 pp.

Chapters in books

  • Bodenstein J. (ed.) Law Clinics and the Clinical Law Movement in South Africa (Juta, 2018) (contributors include: Adams, D., Rippenaar, S. Pillay, G., and Jassiem, S.)
  • Cooper N. and French D. ‘Partnerships for the Goals - Cooperation within the Context of a Voluntarist Framework’ in French D. and Kotze L. (eds.) Sustainable development Goals: Law, Theory and Implementation, pp. 271-304 (Edward Elgar, 2018)
  • De Visser J. and Steytler N. ‘“!ke e:/xarra //ke”: Old Diversities and New Responses in the Quest for Unity in South Africa’, in Gagnon A-G. and Burgess M. (eds.) Revisiting Unity and Diversity in Federal Countries: Changing Concepts, Reform Proposals and New Institutional Realities, pp. 5-26 (Brill, 2018)
  • Diala A. ‘Legal Pluralism and Social Change: Insights from Matrimonial Property Rights in Nigeria’ in Rautenbach, C. (ed.) In the Shade of an African Baobab: Tom Bennett's Legacy, pp. 155-174 (Juta, 2018)
  • Durojaye E. ‘The General Comments of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights: A source of Norms and Standard setting on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights’ in Shyllon O. (ed.) Model Law on Access to Information for Africa and other Regional Instruments: Soft Law and Human Rights in Africa, pp. 216-233 (Pretoria University Law Press, 2018)
  • Du Toit D. ‘From “Platform Capitalism” towards a “Sharing Economy”, in Deinert O. et al (eds.) Demokratisierung der Wirtschaft durch Arbeitsrecht: Festschrift für Thomas Klebe, pp. 381-387 (Frankfurt am Main: Bund, 2018)
  • Du Toit F. ‘Not-for-profit organizations and equality law’ in Harding M. (ed.) Research Handbook on Not-For-Profit Law, pp. 231-251 (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018)
  • Du Toit F. ‘The Core Elements of the South African Trust and the Remedies of Trust Beneficiaries’ in Barrière F. (ed.) La Fiducie: Assise Théorique et Applications Pratiques / Trusts in Civil Law Jurisdictions: Operational and Practical Perspectives, pp. 35–56 (LexisNexis, 2018)
  • Fessha Y. ‘Empowerment and Exclusion: The Story of Two African Federations’, in Gagnon, A.-G. and  Burgess, M. (eds.) Revisiting unity and diversity in federal countries: Changing concepts, reform proposals and new institutional realities, pp. 57-78 (Brill, 2018)
  • French D. and Scott K. ‘International Environmental Law’ in Bowman M.J. and Kritsiot D. (eds.) Conceptual and Contextual Approaches on the Modern Law of Treaties, pp. 677-709 (Cambridge University Press, 2018)
  • French D. and Ruiz Abou-Nigm V. ‘Jurisdiction: betwixt Unilateralism and Global Coordination’ in Ruiz Abou-Nigm V., McCall-Smith K. and French D. Linkages and boundaries in private and public international law, pp. 75-104 (Hart, 2018) 
  • Govender R., Potberg C. and Verster, J. ‘Engaging further Education and Training Mathematics Student Teachers’ Knowledge’ in Sayed, Y. et al (eds.) Learning to Teach in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Student Teachers' Encounters with Initial Teacher Education, 189-200 (African Sun Media, 2018)
  • Le Roux, W. ‘Immigration Detention’ in Khan F. (ed.) Immigration Law in South Africa, pp. 195-221 (Juta, 2018)
  • Moosa N. ‘South Africa: The Implications of Varying Statutory Minimum Age Thresholds for Child Consent in Respect of Minors Granted Majority Status Through Civil Marriage in South Africa’, in Brinig M. (ed.), International Survey of Family Law, pp. 493-525  (Intersentia, 2018)
  • Moosa N., Amien W. and Rautenbach C. Chapter 4: Religious, Personal and Family Law Systems in South Africa, in Rautenbach C. (ed.) Introduction to Legal Pluralism in South Africa 5th Edition, pp. 61-76 (LexisNexis, 2018)
  • Moosa N., Amien W. and Rautenbach C. (2018). ‘Chapter 14: Muslim Personal Law’, in Rautenbach C. (ed.) Introduction to Legal Pluralism in South Africa 5th Edition, pp. 345-382 (LexisNexis, 2018)
  • Mujuzi J. ‘The Law and the Protection of the Family in Sentencing Primary Caregivers of Children: Practice from a Few African Countries’ in Brinig M. (ed.) International Survey of Family Law, pp. 23–49 (Intersentia, 2018)
  • Muntingh L. and Larner S. ‘Juveniles in Transition: The Situation in South Africa’, in O'Neill, S. (ed.) Incarcerated Youth transitioning back to the Community, pp. 237-253 (Springer, 2018)
  • Nanima R.D. (2018) ‘From Kampala to Harare: The Need to Revisit the Kelsenian Theory on the Adoption of a New Legal Order’, in Amutabi M.N. (ed.) Governance and Economic Development in Africa, pp. 170-178 (Centre for Democracy, Research and Development, 2018)
  • Ogunfolu A., Assim U.M.   & Adejumo O. (2018) ‘Boko Haram: On the Road to Algiers?’ in Iyi J.M. And Strydom H. (eds.) Boko Haram and International Law, pp. 179-204 (Springer, 2018)
  • Scholtz W. and Barnard M. (2018) ‘Global Goals and the Environment: We are on a Road to Nowhere’ in French D. and Kotze L. (eds.) Sustainable development Goals: Law, Theory and Implementation, pp. 222-249 (Edward Elgar, 2018)
  • Sloth-Nielsen J. ‘Southern African Perspectives on Banning Corporal Punishment – a Comparison of Namibia, Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe’, in Saunders B., Leviner P. and Naylor B. (eds.) Corporal Punish​ment of Children: Comparative Legal and Social Development towards Prohibition and Beyond, pp. 245-266 (Brill, 2018)
  • Sloth-Nielsen J. ‘Africa: Children and Informal Justice Systems in Africa’, in Brinig M. (ed.) International Survey on Family Law, pp. 1-19 (Intersentia, 2018)
  • Steytler N. (2018) ‘Theme Committee 2: Getting the Basic Governance Structures Right’, in Celebrating 20 years of the Constitution and the National Council of Provinces, pp.100-112 (Parliament of the Republic of South Africa, 2018)
  • Steytler N. ‘The BRICS Partnership’s Domestic Agenda in the Context of Multilevel Government in Member Countries’, in Steytler N. (ed.) The BRICS Partnership: Challenges and Prospects for Multilevel Government, pp. 1-9 (Juta, 2018)
  • Steytler N. ‘Multilevel Government in South Africa and the BRICS Partnership’, in Steytler N. (ed.) The BRICS Partnership: Challenges and Prospects for Multilevel Government, pp. 52-63 (Juta, 2018)
  • Steytler N. “The Multilevel Government Dimension of the BRICS Partnership” in Steytler N. (ed.) The BRICS Partnership: Challenges and Prospects for Multilevel Government, 168-176 (Juta, 2018)
  • Steytler N. ‘Federal Practice in Africa: Are there Lessons for Ethiopia?’ in Fiseha A. (ed.) Emerging Issues in Federalism and Governance in Ethiopia pp. 25-54 (Addis Ababa University Business Enterprise Printing House, 2018)
  • Steytler N. and Ayele Z.A. ‘Local Governments in African Federal and Devolved Systems of Government: The Struggle for a Balance between Financial and Fiscal Autonomy and Discipline’, in Valdesalici A. and Palermo F. (eds.) Comparing Fiscal Federalism, pp. 299-327 (Brill, 2018)
  • Wandrag R. ‘Chapter 29: Governance of State-Owned Companies’, in M.K. Havenga (Man. ed.) Company Secretarial Practice, pp. 29-1 to 29-22 (Juta, Update 2018)

Journal articles

  • Aisosa J.I. and Durojaye E. ‘The Child’s Right to Basic Education in Nigeria: A commentary on the decision in SERAP v Nigeria (2018) 26:4 African Journal of International and Comparative Law pp. 639–648
  • Anthony A. ‘The Use of E-procurement in South African Public Procurement Law: Challenges and Prospects’ (2018) 22 Law, Democracy and Development, pp. 39-47
  • Chigwata T.C. and Ziswa M. ‘Entrenching Decentralisation in Africa: A Review of the African Charter on the Values and Principles of Decentralisation, Local Governance and Local Development’ (2018) 10:2 Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, pp. 295–316
  • Diala A. ‘A critique of the Judicial Attitude towards Matrimonial Property Rights under Customary Law in Nigeria’s Southern States’ (2018) 18:1 African Human Rights Law Journal, pp. 100-122
  • Diala A. ‘The Shadow of Legal Pluralism in Matrimonial Property Division outside the Courts in Southern Nigeria’ (2018) 18:2 African Human Rights Law Journal, pp. 706-731
  • Durojaye E. ‘The Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Women in Africa (SRRWA) 2007-2015’ (2018) 16:1 Gender & Behaviour, pp. 10700–10709
  • Durojaye E. and Agaba D.K. ‘Contribution of the Health Ombud to Accountability: The Life Esidimeni Tragedy in South Africa’ (2018) 20:2 Health and Human Rights Journal, pp. 161-168
  • Du Toit D., Jacobs M. and Ronnie R. ‘Revisiting Strikes in Essential Services’ (2018) 39 Industrial Law Journal, pp. 2131-2147
  • Du Toit D. ‘Should Precarious Work be the Focus of Labour Law?’ (2018) 39 Industrial Law Journal, pp. 2089-2106
  • Du Toit F. 'Trusts in Mixed Jurisdictions - Aspects of the Louisiana and South African Trusts Compared' (2018) 33 The Tulane European and Civil Law Forum, pp. 1-40
  • Fernandez L. ‘A Survey of Corruption and Anti-Corruption Initiatives in Africa’ (2018) 2:1 JACL, 31-57
  • Godfrey S., Du Toit D. and Jacobs, M. ‘The New Labour Bills: An Overview and Analysis’ (2018) 39 Industrial Law Journal, pp. 2161-2189
  • Grove, W. ‘Living Labs and Designed Serendipity: Collaboratively Discovering the UDUBSit & Mfunzi Emerging Platforms’ (2018) 31:1 Afrika focus, pp. 91-113
  • Huysamen E. ‘The Future of Legislated Minimum Wages in South Africa: Legal and Economic Insights’ (2018) 51:2 De Jure, pp. 271-297
  • Joy P.A. and Uphoff R.J. ‘Sentencing Reform: Fixing Root Problems’ (2018) 87:1 UMKC Law Review, pp. 97-112
  • Mabunda S. ‘Is it Cyberfraud or Good ol’ Offline Fraud? A Look at section 8 of the South African Cybercrimes Bill’ (2018) 2 Journal of Anti-Corruption Law pp. 58-70
  • Mabunda S. ‘Cyberlaundering and the Future of Corruption in Africa’ (2018) 2 Journal of Anti-Corruption Law, pp. 214-233
  • Malan F.R., Nagel C.J, and Pretorius J.T. ‘Operational Aspects of the National Payment System Act 78 of 1998’ (2018) 81:1 THRHR, pp. 1-14
  • Malherbe K. ‘Somewhere Under the Rainbow: Seeking New Ways of Regulating New Forms of Work in South Africa’ (2018) 4 Revue de Droit Compare du Travail et de la Securite Sociale, pp. 215-219
  • Manie L. ‘A note on the Misinterpretation of Section 13 of the Trust Property Control Act: A Proposed Solution’ (2018) 39: 3 Obiter, pp. 803-813
  • Marumahoko S., Chigwata C.T., and Nhede N.T. ‘Participatory Budgeting in the City of Kwekwe (Zimbabwe): A perspective on the Issues, Trends and Options’ (2018) 10:4 African Journal of Public Affairs, pp. 196-221
  • Mezmur B.D. ‘A Step to Zero Attacks: Reflections on the Rights of the Persons with Albinism through the Lens of X v United Republic of Tanzania’ (2018) 6 African Disability Rights Yearbook, pp. 251-262
  • Mezmur B.D. and Kahbila M.U. ‘Follow-up as a “Choice-less Choice”: Towards Improving the Implementation of Decisions on Communications of the African Children’s Committee’ (2018) 2 African Human Rights Yearbook, pp. 200-222
  • Mezmur B.D. ‘”Don’t Try this at Home!”: Reasonable or Moderate Chastisement, and the Rights of the Child in South Africa with YG v S in Perspective’ (2018) 32:2 Speculum Juris, pp. 75-92
  • Moosa F. ‘Tax Administration Act: Fulfilling Human Rights through Efficient and Effective Tax Administration’ (2018) 51:1 De Jure pp. 1-16
  • Moosa F. ‘A Comparison between the Modalities of Interpreting Tax Legislation applied in South Africa and Australia’ (2018) 25:1 Revenue Law Journal, pp. 1-25
  • Moosa F.  ‘Understanding the “Spirit, Purport and Objects” of South Africa’s Bill of Rights’ (2018) 4:1 HSOA Journal of Forensic, Legal and Investigative Sciences, pp. 1-12
  • Moosa F. ‘Tax Administration: To Seize or not to Seize Taxpayers' Property’ (2018) 33:1 Insurance & Tax Journal, pp. 32-44
  • Moosa F. ‘Constitutional Issues Impacting the Disclosure of Taxpayer eDNA Information’ (2018) 33:3 Insurance & Tax Journal, pp. 13-22
  • Moosa F. ‘Value-conscious Interpretation of Taxing Provisions using Ubuntu: An Appropriate Decolonised Interpretive Approach?’ (2018) 30:1 SA Mercantile Law Journal, pp. 71-90.
  • Moosa F. ‘Are Trusts Holders of Fundamental Rights during Tax Administration by SARS?’ (2018) 29:3 Stellenbosch Law Review, pp. 453-470
  • Mujuzi J. ‘Misapplying Section 252A of the Criminal Procedure Act — The Questionable Admissibility of Evidence obtained through Traps and Undercover Operations in Employment Matters’ (2018) 39 Industrial Law Journal, pp. 749-770               
  • Mujuzi J. ‘The Supreme Court of Mauritius and its Reliance on International Treaties to Interpret Legislation: Reconciling the Tension between International Law and Domestic Law’ (2018) 39:2 Statute Law Review, pp. 118–133 
  • Mujuzi J. ‘Seychellois Courts and the Protection of the Right to Equal Protection of the Law’ (2018) 18:4 International Journal of Discrimination and the Law, pp. 237–258
  • Mujuzi J. ‘The Admissibility of Evidence Obtained through Human Rights Violations in Mauritius’ (2018) 31:2 South African Journal of Criminal Justice, pp. 260–281
  • Muntingh L. ‘Modest Beginnings, High Hopes. The Western Cape Police Ombudsman’ (2018) 64 South African Crime Quarterly, pp. 17-27
  • Muntingh L. and Redpath J. ‘The Socio-Economic Impact of Pre-trial Detention in Kenya, Mozambique and Zambia’ (2018) 10:1 Hague Journal on the Rule of Law, pp. 139–164
  • Mupangavanhu Y. ‘The Protection of Intellectual Property Rights within the Continental Free Trade Area in Africa: Is a Balance between Trade and Innovation Possible?’ (2018) 15:4 International Journal of Business, Economics and Law, pp. 14-22          
  • Mwambene L. and Kruuse H. ‘Marital Rape and Cultural Defence in South Africa’ (2018) 29:1 Stellenbosch Law Review, pp. 25-47
  • Mwambene L. ‘Recent Legal Responses to Child Marriage in Southern Africa: The Case of Zimbabwe, South Africa and Malawi’ (2018) 18:2 African Human Rights Law Journal, pp. 527-550
  • Nam N.H.T. and Fessha Y ‘Revisiting the Place and Use of Territorial Autonomy under International Law’ (2018) 25:4 International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, pp. 530-560
  • Munje P.W., Nanima R.D. and Clarence S. ‘The Role of Questioning in Writing Tutorials: A Critical Approach to Student-Centered Learning in Peer Tutorials in Higher Education’ (2018) 26:3 Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, pp. 336-353
  • Nanima R.D. ‘A Missing Link in the Traditional Courts Bill 2017: Evidence Obtained through Human Rights Violations’ (2018) 65 South African Crime Quarterly, pp. 23-31
  • Nanima RD ‘Abusing the Accused? Unpacking the Use of Entrapments in Uganda's Fight against Corruption’ (2018) 2 Journal of Anti-Corruption Law, pp. 109-131
  • Nanima R.D. ‘Revisiting the Normative Framework of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights in the Context of Evidence obtained through Human Rights Violations: Has it Served its Purpose?’ (2018) 18:1 African Human Rights Law Journal, pp.1-26
  • Ngozi, C., Iyioha I., Durojaye E.T. ‘The Violence against Persons Prohibition Act, the Maputo Protocol and the Rights of Women in Nigeria’ (2018) 39:3 Statute Law Review, pp. 337–347
  • Nortje W. ‘Section 9B of the Protected Disclosures Amendment Act 5 of 2017: Discouraging Whistleblowing in South Africa?’ (2018) 2 Journal of Anti-Corruption Law, pp. 196-213
  • Prinsloo M. and Huysamen E. 'Cultural and Religious Diversity: Are they Effectively Accommodated in the South African Workplace?' (2018) 22 Law, Democracy and Development, pp. 26-38
  • Sloth-Nielsen J. ‘Child Justice – Recent cases’ (2018) 31:1 South African Journal of Criminal Justice, pp. 172-187 

Shorter publications

  • De Ville J. ‘África do Sul: Expropriando Terras sem Indenização’ (2018) 2 Maisdeum, pp. 29-34
  • Kondo T. ‘Socio-Economic Rights in Post-Mugabe Zimbabwe’ (2018) 19:2 ESR Review pp. 2-5
  • Manie L. "Trust Law in South Africa, by Walter G Geach" (book review) (2018) TSAR 960-963
  • Moosa F. ‘Renunciation of Benefits from a Will: Who is a “spouse”?’ (February 2018) De Rebus, pp. 28-29
  • Nanima R.D. ‘Mainstreaming the “Abortion Question” into the Right to Health in Uganda’ (2018) 19:2 ESR Review, pp. 6-11

Conference Proceedings

  • ‘Grove, W. ‘Knowledge Management Design, Planetary-scale Computation and Emergent Organizational Post-Humanism’ (2018) Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Management & Organisational Learning, pp. 1-7
  • Van den Audenhove, L., Marien, L. Craffert, L., and Grove, W. ‘South Africa’s e-Skills Policy.  From e-Skills to Media Literacy?’ IST-Africa 2018 Conference Proceedings, pp. 1-11​

 

Books

  • Burns, Yvonne and Radley Henrico Administrative Law 5th ed. (LexisNexis, 2020) 746pp.
  • Chigwata, Tinashe, Jaap de Visser, and Lungelwa Kaywood (eds.) The Journey to Transform Local Government   (Juta, 2019) 271pp.

  • Du Toit, Francois, Bradley Smith, and Anton van der Linde Fundamentals of South African Trust Law (LexisNexis,   2019) 259pp.
  •  ​Durojaye, Ebenezer and Gladys Mirugi-Mukundi (eds.) Exploring the Link between Poverty and Human Rights in Africa (PULP, 2020) 297pp.

  • Fessha, Yonatan T and Karl Kössler (eds.) Federalism and Courts in Africa: Design and Impact in Comparative   Perspective (Routledge, 2020) 168pp. 


  •  Fombad, Charles and Nico Steytler (eds.) Decentralisation and Constitutionalism in Africa (Oxford University   Press, 2019) 620pp.​
  • Fombad, Charles M and Nico Steytler (eds.) Corruption and Constitutionalism in Africa (Oxford University Press,2020) 560pp.


  • Lawson, David, Adam Dubin, and Lea Mwambene (eds.) Gender, Poverty and Access to Justice: Policy   Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa (Routledge, 2020) 216pp.
  •  Moosa, Najma and Suleman Dangor (eds.) Muslim Personal Law in South Africa: Evolution and Future Status   (Juta, 2019) 484pp.
  • Nortje, Windell, and Noëlle Quénivet Child Soldiers and the Defence of Duress under International Criminal Law (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020) 160pp.
  • Pieth, Mark Goldwäsche: Die schmutzigen Geheimnisse des Goldhandels (translated as: Gold Laundering: The   dirty secrets of the gold trade - and how to clean up) (Salis Verlag, 2019) 304pp.
  • Scholtz, Werner (ed.) Animal Welfare and International Environmental Law: From Conservation to Compassion   (Edward Elgar, 2019) 336pp.

Chapters in Books

  • Assim, Usang M. ‘Civil Rights and Freedoms of the Child’ in Ursula Kilkelly and Ton Liefaard (eds.) International Human Rights of Children (Springer, 2019) pp. 389-417
  • Buddenbaum, Marit and Julia Sloth-Nielsen ‘The Rights of Minor Siblings in Migration: Why Migration Policies should Stop Systematically Separating Siblings’ in Mark Klaassen, Stephanie Rap, Peter Rodrigues, Ton Liefaard (eds.) Safeguarding Children’s Rights in Immigration Law (Intersentia, 2020) pp. 67-84
  • Chigwata, Tinashe ‘Decentralization and Constitutionalism in Zimbabwe: Can the Leviathan be Tamed?’ in Charles Fombad and Nico Steytler (eds.) Decentralisation and Constitutionalism in Africa (Oxford University Press, 2019) pp. 302-325
  • Davis, Dennis M. ‘Authoritarian Constitutionalism: The South African Experience’ in Helena Alviar Garcia and Gunter Frankenberg (eds.) Authoritarian Constitutionalism: Comparative Analysis and Critique (Edward Elgar, 2019) pp. 57-75
  • Davis, Dennis and Karl Klare ‘Critical Legal Realism in a Nutshell’ in Emilios Christodoulidis, Ruth Dukes and Marco Goldoni (eds.) Research Handbook on Critical Legal Theory (Edward Elgar, 2019) pp. 27-43
  • De Visser, Jaap ‘Constitutionalisation of Local and Regional Government in South Africa, Uganda, and Lesotho’ in Charles Fombad and Nico Steytler (eds.) Decentralisation and Constitutionalism in Africa (Oxford University Press, 2019) pp. 257-281
  • De Visser, Jaap ‘City Regions in pursuit of SDG 11: Institutionalising Multilevel Cooperation in Gauteng, South Africa’ in Helmut Aust and Anél du Plessis (eds.) The Globalisation of Urban Governance – Legal Perspectives on Sustainable Development Goal 11 (Routledge, 2019) pp. 186-207
  • Diala, Anthony C ‘Courts and Transformative Constitutionalism: Insights from South Africa’ in Susan M Sterett and Lee D. Walker (eds.) Research Handbook on Law and Courts (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019) pp. 95-104
  • Durojaye Ebenezer ‘Advancing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights of Adolescents in Africa: The Role of the Courts’ in Niamm Reilly (ed.) International Human Rights of Women (Springer, 2019) pp. 247-265
  • Durojaye, Ebenezer and Adetoun Adebanjo ‘The South African Constitutional Court’s Decision in Nkandla: Lessons in Accountability for Nigeria' in Romola Adeola and Ademola Jegede (eds.) Governance in Nigeria post-1999: Revisiting the Democratic ‘New Dawn’ of the Fourth Republic (PULP, 2019) 285-304
  • Durojaye, Ebenezer and Gladys Mirugi-Mukundi ‘General Introduction to Poverty and Human Rights in Africa’ in Ebenezer Durojaye and Gladys Mirugi-Mukundi (eds.) Exploring the Link between Poverty and Human Rights in Africa (PULP, 2020) pp. 1-14
  • Du Toit, Darcy and Mariam Sirkhotte ‘Human Rights in the Evolution of South African Labour Law’ in Janice R. Bellace and Beryl ter Haar (eds.) Research Handbook on Labour, Business and Human Rights Law (Edward Elgar, 2019) pp. 170-189
  • Fernandez, Lovell ‘South Africa’ in William H. Byrnes and Robert J. Munro (eds.) Money Laundering, Asset Forfeiture and Recovery, and Compliance — A Global Guide (Matthew Bender, 2020) (online publication without page numbers)
  • Fessha, Yonatan ‘A Federation without Federal Credentials: The Story of Federalism in a Dominant Party State’ in Charles Fombad and Nico Steytler (eds.) Decentralisation and Constitutionalism in Africa (Oxford University Press, 2019) pp. 133-150
  • Fessha, Yonatan ‘Federation among Unequals’ in Patricia Popelier and Maja Sahadzic (eds.) Constitutional Asymmetry in Multinational Federalism: Managing Multinationalism in Multi-tiered Systems (Brill, 2019) pp. 137-162
  • Fessha, Yonatan ‘Bicameralism’ in Rainer Grote, Frauke Lachenmann and Rüdiger Wolfrum (eds.) Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (Oxford University Press, 2019) pp 1-18
  • Fessha, Yonatan ‘Introduction’ in Yonatan Fessha and Karl Kössler (eds.) Federalism and Courts in Africa: Design and Impact in Comparative Perspective (Routledge, 2020) pp. 1-15
  • Fessha, Yonatan ‘Comparative Observations’ in Yonatan Fessha and Karl Kössler (eds.) Federalism and Courts in Africa: Design and Impact in Comparative Perspective (Routledge, 2020) pp. 145-161
  • Fessha, Yonatan and Beza Dessalegn ‘Mobility and Ethnic Federalism in Ethiopia’ in Adem Kasie Abebe and Amen Taye (eds.) Ethiopian Constitutional and Public Law Series Vol. 10: Reimagining Ethiopian Federalism (Addis Ababa University Press, 2019) pp. 85-105
  • Fessha, Yonatan and Beza Dessalegn ‘Internal Migration, Ethnic Federalism and Differentiated Citizenship in an African Federation: The Case of Ethiopia’ in Alain-G Gagnon and Arjun Tremblay (eds.) Federalism and National Diversity in the 21st Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020) pp. 269-288
  • Fessha, Yonatan and Zemelak Ayele ‘Giving “Shape and Texture” to a Federal System? Ethiopia’s Courts and its Unusual Umpire in Yonatan Fessha and Karl Kössler Federalism and Courts in Africa: Design and Impact in Comparative Perspective (Routledge, 2020) pp. 47-68
  • Henrico, Radley ‘The Limits of Transformative Constitutionalism and Transformative Legal Education with Reference to the Doctrine of Separation of Powers’ in Aifheli E. Tshivhase, Letlhokwa G. Mpedi, and Managay Reddi (eds.) Decolonisation and Africanisation of Legal Education (Juta, 2019) pp. 17-29
  • Henrico, Radley ‘Beyond Mere Rules and Regulatory Frameworks: A Reply to M. Benecke, “Discrimination in working life and anti-discrimination law – experiments and experiences in Germany and beyond”’ in Charl Hugo and Thomas MJ Möllers (eds.) Legality and Limitation of Powers (Nomos, 2019) pp. 119-130
  • Kelly-Louw, Michelle and Jopie T. Pretorius ‘Unlimited Suretyships and the National Credit Act’ in Jacolien Barnard and Monray M. Botha (eds.) De Serie Legenda: Developments in Commercial Law vol I (LexisNexis, 2019) pp. 95-119
  • Khazova, Olga A. and Benyam D. Mezmur ‘UN Committee on the Rights of the Child: Reflections on Family Law Issues in the Jurisprudence of the CRC Committee: The Convention on the Rights of the Child @30’ in Margaret Brinig (ed.) International Survey of Family Law (Intersentia, 2019) pp. 305-328
  • Lawack, Vivienne A. and Lynette Visagie-Swart ‘The Legal and Regulatory Framework Pertaining to Mutual Banks in South Africa and the Corporate Soap Opera of VBS Mutual Bank’ in Jacolien Barnard and Monray M. Botha (eds.) De Serie Legenda: Developments in Commercial Law vol III (LexisNexis, 2019) pp. 125-149
  • Lawson, David, Adam Dubin, Lea Mwambene, and Bisrat Woldemichael, ‘Engendering Access to Justice for the Poorest and Most Vulnerable in Sub-Saharan Africa’ in David Lawson, Adam Dubin, and Lea Mwambene (eds.) Gender, Poverty, and Access to Justice: Policy Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa (Routledge, 2020) pp. 3-14
  • Malherbe, Kitty ‘Alleviating Poverty through Retirement Reforms’ in Ebenezer Durojaye and Gladys Mirugi-Mukundi (eds.) Exploring the Link between Poverty and Human Rights in Africa (PULP, 2020) pp. 143-162
  • Moosa, Najma and Suleman Dangor ‘An Introduction to Muslim Personal Law in South Africa: Past to present’ in Najma Moosa and Suleman Dangor (eds.) Muslim Personal Law in South Africa: Evolution and Future Status (Juta, 2019) pp. 1-25
  • Moosa, Najma and Muneer Abduroaf ‘Faskh (divorce) and Intestate Succession in Islamic and South African law: Impact of the Watershed judgment in Hassam v Jacobs and the Muslim Marriages Bill’ in Najma Moosa and Suleman Dangor (eds.) Muslim Personal Law in South Africa: Evolution and Future Status (Juta, 2019) pp. 190-227
  • Moosa, Najma and Muneer Abduroaf ‘Implications of the Official Designation of Muslim Clergy as Authorised Civil Marriage Officers for Muslim Polygynous, Interfaith and Same-sex Marriages in South Africa’ in Najma Moosa and Suleman Dangor (eds.) Muslim Personal Law in South Africa: Evolution and Future Status (Juta, 2019) pp. 329-359
  • Moosa, Najma and Suleman Dangor ‘Conclusion’  in Najma Moosa and Suleman Dangor (eds.) Muslim Personal Law in South Africa: Evolution and Future Status (Juta, 2019) pp. 405-417
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘The Seychelles: The Seychellois Family Tribunal and its Implementation of the Family Violence (Protection of Victims) Act 2000’ in Margaret Brinig (ed.) International Survey of Family Law (Intersentia, 2019) pp. 281-304
  • Mwambene, Lea and Robert D. Nanima ‘Access to Justice, Gender and Customary Marriage Laws in Malawi’ in Lawson, David, Adam Dubin, and Lea Mwambene (eds.) Gender, Poverty and Access to Justice Policy Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa (Routledge, 2020) pp. 91-101
  • Mwambene, Lea, David Lawson and Adam Dubin, ‘Gendered Justice Policies on Realizing the Most Vulnerable and Extreme Poor in Sub-Saharan Africa’ in Lawson, David, Adam Dubin, and Lea Mwambene (eds.) Gender, Poverty, and Access to Justice: Policy Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa (Routledge, 2020) pp. 190-194
  • Nanima, Robert D. ‘The Enjoyment of the Right to Health beyond Areas of Armed Conflict: An Evaluation of Kenya’s Practice and Jurisprudence on Refugee Children’ in Maurice N. Amutabi (ed.) Africa's New Deal (CEDRED, 2019) pp. 257-268
  • Scholtz, Werner ‘Introduction’ in Werner Scholtz (ed.) Animal Welfare and International Environmental Law: From Conservation to Compassion (Edward Elgar, 2019) pp. 1-7
  • Scholtz, Werner ‘Trading Rhinoceros Horn for the sake of Conservation: Dehorning the Dilemma through a Legal Analysis of the Emergence of Animal Welfare’ in Werner Scholtz (ed.) Animal Welfare and International Environmental Law: From Conservation to Compassion (Edward Elgar, 2019) pp. 235-268
  • Sloth-Nielsen, Julia ‘Access to Justice for Children in Zimbabwe’ in Lawson, David, Adam Dubin, and Lea Mwambene (eds.) Gender, Poverty and Access to Justice: Policy Implementation in Sub-Saharan Africa (Routledge, 2020) pp. 15-33
  • Sloth-Nielsen, Julia ‘Monitoring and Implementation of Children’s Rights’ in Ursula Kilkelly and Ton Liefaard (eds.) International Human Rights of Children (Springer, 2019) pp. 31-64
  • Sloth-Nielsen, Julia ‘Namibia: Towards a new juvenile justice system in Namibia’ in Margaret Brinig (ed.) International Survey of Family Law (Intersentia, 2019) pp. 205-218
  • Sloth-Nielsen, Julia ‘Surrogacy in South Africa’ in Jens M. Scherpe, Claire Fenton-Glynn, and Terry Kaan (eds.) Eastern and Western Perspectives on Surrogacy (Intersentia, 2019) pp. 185-202
  • Sloth-Nielsen, Julia ‘Section 54: Obligation to Report Commission of Sexual Offences against Children or Persons who are Mentally Disabled’ in Dee Smythe and Bronwyn Pithey (eds.) Sexual Offices Commentary: Act 32 of 2007 Revision 2 (Juta, 2019) pp. 18-1 to 18-11
  • Sloth-Nielsen, Julia ‘The Role of Social Work in Juvenile Justice Development in South Africa’ in The Role of Social Work in Juvenile Justice: International Experiences (Raoul Wallenberg Institute, 2020) pp. 117-132
  • Sloth-Nielsen, Julia and Katrien Klep ‘Independent Children’ in Jonathan Todres and Shani M. King (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Children's Rights Law (Oxford University Press, 2020) pp. 615-630
  • Steytler, Nico ‘The Withering Away of Politically Salient Territorial Cleavages in South Africa and the Emergence of Watermark Ethnic Federalism’ in George Anderson and Sujit Choudhry (eds.) Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions (Oxford University Press, 2019) pp. 219-236
  • Steytler, Nico ‘Non-centralism in Africa: In Search of the Federal Idea’ in John Kincaid (ed.) Research Agenda for Federalism Studies (Edward Elgar, 2019) pp. 175-186
  • Steytler, Nico ‘The Relationship between Decentralisation and Constitutionalism in Africa: Concepts, Conflicts, and Hypotheses’ in Charles Fombad and Nico Steytler (eds.) Decentralisation and Constitutionalism in Africa (Oxford University Press, 2019) pp. 25-52
  • Steytler, Nico ‘The Dynamic Relationship between Devolution and Constitutionalism in South Africa’ in Charles Fombad and Nico Steytler (eds.) Decentralisation and Constitutionalism in Africa (Oxford University Press, 2019) pp. 151-182
  • Steytler, Nico ‘The Symbiotic Relationship between Decentralisation and Constitutionalism in Africa’ in Charles Fombad and Nico Steytler (eds.) Decentralisation and Constitutionalism in Africa (Oxford University Press, 2019) pp. 543-599
  • Steytler, Nico and Lukas Muntingh ‘South Africa’ in Christian Leuprecht, Mario Kölling and Todd Hataley (eds.) Public Securities in Federal Polities (University of Toronto Press, 2019) pp. 146-169
  • Weiss, Manfred ‘Fundamental rights and German labor law’ in Janice R. Bellace and Beryl ter Haar (eds.) Research Handbook on Labour, Business and Human Rights Law (Edward Elgar 2019) pp. 17-33
  • Weiss, Manfred ‘Labor Law’ in: Joachim Zekoll and Gerhard Wagner Introduction to German Law 3d ed. (Wolters Kluwer, 2019) pp. 375-418
 

 Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  • Abduroaf, Muneer ‘A Constitutional Analysis of an Islamic Will within the South African Context’ 2019 De Jure 52(1) pp. 257-266
  • Abduroaf, Muneer ‘The Impact of the South African Law of Succession and Administration of Estates on South African Muslims’ 2019 Jurnul Syariah 7(2) pp. 321-366
  • Abduroaf, Muneer ‘An Analysis of Renunciation in terms of s 2(C)(1) of the Wills Act 7 of 1953 in light of the Moosa NO and Others v Harnaker and Others judgment’ 2019 Electronic Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 7 pp. 15-21
  • Abduroaf M ‘An Analysis of the Rationale behind the Distribution of Shares in terms of the Islamic Law of Intestate Succession’ 2020 De Jure 53 pp. 115-122
  • Akech, Joseph G, Usang M Assim, Susan C Mutambasere, Thabang Ramakhula, Chaan K Tutlam ‘Africa’s Democratic Deficit: The role of the Diaspora in Bridging the Gap between Citizens and Government’ (2019) Global Campus Human Rights Journal 3(1) pp. 19-42
  • Albertus, Chesne, Robert Nanima, and Abraham Hamman ‘Voice Evidence in Criminal Trials: Reflections on the Court’s Application of Section 37(1)(c) of the CPA in S v Mahlangu 2018 (2) SACR 64 (GP)’ 2019 South African Journal of Criminal Justice 32(1) pp. 76-85
  • Basson, Yvette ‘The Right to an Adequate Standard of Living in the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Africa’ 2019 African Disability Rights Yearbook 7 pp. 258-267
  • Booley, Ashraf ‘Progressive Realisation of Muslim Family Law: The Case of Tunisia’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-28
  • Booley, Ashraf ‘The State, Family Law and Women in the Middle Eastern and North African Region (Mena Region): A Comparative Survey of the Current Reforms in Morocco and Tunisia’ 2019 Jurnal Syariah 27(3) pp. 505-546
  • Benjamin, Paul and Halton Cheadle ‘South African Labour Law: Mapping the Changes – Part 1: The History of Labour Law and its Institutions’ 2019 Industrial Law Journal 40 pp. 2189–2218
  • Benjamin, Paul and Halton Cheadle ‘South African Labour Law: Mapping the Changes – Part 2: The History of Labour Law and its Institutions’ 2020 Industrial Law Journal 41 pp. 1–47
  • Chigwata. Tinashe, Sylvester Marumahoko and Alois Madhekeni ‘Supervision of Local Government in Zimbabwe: The Travails of Mayors’ 2019 Law, Democracy and Development 23 pp. 44-67
  • Davis, Dennis ‘The Pigeonhole dictated by Logos: Behind the Text in Volks v. Robinson’ 2019 African Yearbook of Rhetoric 9 pp. 73-85
  • Davis, Dennis ‘Taxation and Equality: The Implications for Redressing Inequality and the Promotion of Human Rights’ 2019 Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development 10(3) pp. 465-478
  • De Ville, Jacques ‘Perpetual Peace: Derrida Reading Kant’ 2019 International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 32(2) pp. 335-357
  • De Ville, Jacques ‘The moral law: Derrida reading Kant 2019 Derrida Today 12(1) pp. 1-19
  • De Visser, Jaap and Xavia Siyabonga Poswa ‘Municipal Law Making under SPLUMA: A Survey of Fifteen “First Generation” Municipal Planning By-Laws’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-28
  • Diala, Anthony C. ‘Curriculum Decolonisation and Revisionist Pedagogy of African Customary Law’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-37
  • Diala, Anthony C and Bethsheba Kangwa ‘Rethinking the Interface between Customary Law and Constitutionalism in Sub-Saharan Africa’ 2019 De Jure 52 pp. 189-206
  • Diala, Anthony C ‘A Butterfly that thinks itself a Bird: The Identity of Customary Courts in Nigeria’ 2019 Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 51(3) pp. 381-405
  • Diala, Anthony C and Silvia Bagni ‘Introduction to Special Issue – The Role of Customary Law in the Shaping of New Models of Pluralistic States’ 2019 Revista General de Derecho Público Comparado 26 pp. 1-5
  • Diala, Anthony ‘Our Laws are better than Yours: The Future of Legal Pluralism in South Africa’ 2019 Revista General de Derecho Público Comparado 26 pp. 1-23
  • Diala, Anthony C. ‘Peacebuilding and the Interface of State Law and Indigenous Market Laws in Southern Nigeria’ 2020 Journal of African Law 64(1) pp. 1-26
  • Draga, Lisa, and Sarah Fick ‘Fischer v Unlawful Occupiers: Could the Court have Interpreted the ‘may’ in Section 9(3)(a) of the Housing Act as a ‘must’ under the Circumstances of the Case?’ 2019 SAJHR 35(4) pp. 404-428
  • Durojaye, Ebenezer and Mariam Wallet Med Aboubakrine ‘Adopting a Rights-based Approach to Non-communicable Diseases among Indigenous Peoples in Africa’ 2019 International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 26(1) pp. 138–155
  • Durojaye, Ebenezer and S Nabaneh ‘Human Rights and Access to Healthcare for Persons with Albinism in Africa’ 2019 African Disability Rights Yearbook 7 pp. 35-58
  • Du Toit, Darcy ‘Platform Work and Social Justice’ 2019 Industrial Law Journal 40(1) pp. 1-11
  • Du Toit, Darcy ‘Independent Contractors have Rights too’ 2019 Industrial Law Journal 40 pp. 2165-2188
  • Du Toit, Francois ‘The proposed Dispensing Power regarding Formally-irregular Wills: Lessons from the South African Experience with Testamentary Rescue’ 2020 Law Quarterly Review 136 pp 191-195
  • Fick, Sarah ‘Fischer v Unlawful Occupiers & Others (WCC): Difficulties in Seeking Damages for a Failure by the Police to prevent Unlawful Occupation 2019 SALJ 136(4) pp. 676-716
  • Fredman, Sandra, and Darcy Du Toit ‘One Small Step towards Decent Work: Uber v Aslam in the Court of Appeal’ 2019 Industrial Law Journal (UK) 48(2) pp. 260-277
  • French, Duncan and Louis J. Kotzé ‘Towards a Global Pact for the Environment: International Environmental Law's Factual, Technical and (unmentionable) Normative Gaps’ 2019 RECIEL 28 pp. 25–32
  • Hamman, Abraham and Raymond Koen ‘Caveat Jurisconsultus: Warrantless Access to the Client Records of Legal Practitioners’ 2019 Obiter 40(3) pp. 48-64
  • Hamman, Abraham and Raymond Koen ‘Carpe Pecuniam: Criminal Forfeiture of Tainted Legal Fees’ 2020 De Jure 53 pp. 19-35
  • Henrico, Radley ‘Proselytising the Regulation of Religious Bodies in South Africa: Suppressing Religious Freedom?’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-27
  • Henrico, Radley and Sarah Fick ‘The State of Emergency under the South African Apartheid System of Government: Reflections and Criticisms’ 2019(2) Zeitschrif fὒr Menschenrechte/Journal for Human Rights pp. 71-96
  • Huysamen, E ‘An Overview of Fixed-term Contracts of Employment as a form of A-typical Employment in South Africa’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-42
  • Klebe, Thomas and Manfred Weiss ‘Workers’ Participation 4.0 – Digital and Global?’ 2019 Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal 40(2) pp. 263-284
  • Le Roux, Wessel ‘Editorial: Special Edition: Legal Interpretation after Endumeni: Clarification, Contestation, Application’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-9
  • Mabunda, Sagwadi ‘Cyber Extortion, Ransomware and the South African Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill’ 2019 Statute Law Review 40(2) pp. 143–154
  • Malberbe, Kitty, Kgomotso Mokoena and Darcy du Toit 'Le Droit du Travail et la “Révolution Technologique” en Afrique du Sud' 2019 (2) Revue de Droit Compare du Travail et de la Securite Sociale pp. 90-97 (also published as: ‘“Revolutionary Change in Technology” must be translated into Labour Law’ 2019 (4) Revue de Droit Compare du Travail et de la Securite Sociale pp. 182-190
  • Mezmur, Benyam D. ‘No Second Chance for First Impressions: The First Amicable Settlement under the African Children’s Charter’ 2019 African Human Rights Law Journal 19(1) pp. 62-84
  • Mezmur, Benyam D. ‘The Convention on the Rights of the Child, Migration, and Australia: Repositioning the Convention from being a “Wish List” to a “To do List: The 2018 Australian Human Rights Institute Annual Lecture”’ 2019 Australian Journal of Human Rights 25(2) pp. 177-199
  • Mezmur, Benyam D. (2019) ‘Every “i” Dotted, and Every “t” Crossed?: Reflections on the Joint General Comments on the Rights of Children in the Context of International Migration, with a Focus on its Relevance for the Horn of Africa’ 2019 Ethiopian Journal of Human Rights 4 pp. 1-32
  • Mezmur, Benyam D. and Ann Skelton ‘Technology Changing @ a Dizzying Pace: Reflections on Selected Jurisprudence of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child and Technology’ 2019 Peace Human Rights Governance 3(3) pp. 275-305
  • Moosa, Fareed ‘Cryptocurrencies: Do they Qualify as “Gross Income”?’ 2019 Journal for Juridical Science 44(1) pp. 10-34
  • Moosa Fareed ‘Taxpayer Insolvent Estates: Constitutional Juristic Persons?’ 2019 SA Law Journal 136(2) pp. 361-380
  • Moosa, Fareed ‘Analysing and Comparing Warrantless Tax Inspections and Searches’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-33
  • Moosa, Fareed ‘Value-conscious Tax Administration by SARS’ 2019 Business Tax and Company Law Quarterly 10(1) pp. 1-10
  • Moosa, Fareed ‘Warrantless Inspections by SARS: A Limitation of Taxpayers’ Privacy?’ 2019 SA Mercantile Law Journal 30(3) pp. 477-497
  • Moosa, Fareed ‘Taxation of Partnerships: Section 24H of the Income Tax Act Analysed’ 2019 Insurance & Tax Journal 34(1) pp. 15-22
  • Moosa, Fareed ‘SARS’s Application of the Additional Medical Scheme Fees Tax Credit: A Rule of Law Violation?’ (2019) Journal of Corporate and Commercial Law & Practice 5(2) pp. 57-78
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘Private Prosecution as a Local Remedy before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights’ 2019 African Human Rights Law Journal 19(1) pp. 26-42
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘Mauritian Courts and the Protection of the Rights of Asylum Seekers in the Absence of Dedicated Legislation’ 2019 International Journal of Refugee Law 31(2-3) pp. 321–342
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘Private Prosecution in Nigeria under the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015’ 2019 Journal of African Law 63(2) pp. 225-250
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘Protecting the Right to Freedom from Discrimination in Zambia: Understanding the Constitutional and Legislative Grounds’ 2019 International Journal of Discrimination and the Law 19(3-4) pp. 155-177
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘Relying on Foreign Convictions from Non-European Economic Area States to Investigate Unexplained Wealth for the Purpose of Combating Money Laundering in the United Kingdom: A Comment on National Crime Agency v Hajiyeva (Rev 1) [2018] EWHC 2534 (Admin 3 October 2018)’ 2019 European Criminal Law Review 9(1) pp. 120-132
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘The Admissibility of Confessional and Real Evidence Obtained in Violation of Human Rights in Criminal Trials in European Countries: Analysing the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights’ 2019 European Criminal Law Review 9(3) pp. 335-355
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘The Admissibility of Evidence Obtained through Human Rights Violations in Ghana: Analysing Cubagee v Asare and Others (NO. J6/04/2017) [2018] GHASC 14 (28 February 2018) 2019 African Journal of Legal Studies 12 pp. 81–105
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘The Admissibility of Evidence Obtained through Human Rights Violations in Seychelles’ 2019 South African Journal of Criminal Justice 32(1) pp. 1-28
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘The Admissibility of Evidence obtained through Human Rights Violations in Zambia: Revisiting Liswaniso v The People (1976) Zambia Law Reports 277’ 2019 The International Journal of Evidence and Proof 23(3) pp. 316–329
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘The Right to Compensation for Wrongful Conviction/Miscarriage of Justice in International Law’ 2019 International Human Rights Law Review 8 pp. 215–244
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘The Right to Equality at the Dissolution of a Marriage in Uganda’ 2019 International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 33(2) pp. 204–227
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘Victim Participation in Parole Proceedings in South Africa’ 2019 Southern African Public Law 34(1) pp. 1-18
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘The History and Nature of the Right to Institute a Private Prosecution in South Africa’ 2019 Fundamina: A Journal of Legal History 25(1) pp. 131-169
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘Private Prosecution of Intellectual Property Rights Infringements in Singapore’ 2019 Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property 9(4) pp. 484-489
  • Mujuzi, Jamil D. ‘Compensation for Wrongful Conviction in Ghana’ 2019 Commonwealth Law Bulletin 45(2) pp. 257-276
  • Mupangavanhu, Brighton M. ‘Impact of the Constitution’s Normative Framework on the Interpretation of Provisions of the Companies Act 71 of 2008’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-24
  • Mupangavanhu Brighton M. ‘”Diminution” in Share Value and Third-Party Claims for Pure Economic Loss: The Question of Director Liability to Shareholders’ 2019 SA Mercantile Law 31(1) pp. 107-128
  • Mupangavanhu Brighton M. ‘Standard of Conduct or Standard of Review? Examination of an African Business Judgment Rule under South Africa’s Companies Act 71 of 2008’ 2019 Journal of African Law 63(1) pp. 127-150
  • Nanima, Robert D. ‘The Prevention of Organised Crime Act 1998: The Need for Extraterritorial Jurisdiction to Prosecute the Higher Echelons of those Involved in Rhino Poaching’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-46
  • Nanima, Robert D. and Ebenezer Durojaye ‘Four Years Following South Africa’s Declaration upon the Ratification of the ICESCR and Jurisprudence on the Right to Basic Education: A Step in the Right Direction?’ 2019 Law, Democracy and Development 23 pp. 270-298
  • Nanima, Robert D. ‘The (Non) Enforcement of the Right to a Fair Trial with regard to the Admissibility of Evidence Obtained through Human Rights Violations: A Comment on Uganda's Human Rights (Enforcement) Act 2019’ 2019 African Journal of International and Comparative Law 27(4) pp. 654-661
  • Nanima, Robert D. ‘From Physical to Online Spaces in the Age of the #FeesMustFall Protests: A Critical Interpretative Synthesis of Writing Centres in Emergency Situations’ 2019 Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus 57 pp. 99-116
  • Nortje, Windell ‘Vonnisbespreking: Die Beskerming van die Identiteit van Minderjariges by Volwassenheid’ 2019 LitNet Akademies 16(2) pp. 623-641
  • Nortje, Windell, Abraham Hamman, and Chesne Albertus ‘Deciphering Dangerousness: A Critical Analysis of Section 286A and B of the Criminal Procedure Act 51 of 1977’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-25
  • Perumalsamy, Kessler ‘The Life and Times of Textualism in South Africa’ 2019 Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 22 pp. 1-28
  • Pizzarossa, Lucía Berro and Ebenezer Durojaye ‘International Human Rights Norms and the South African Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Act: An Argument for Vigilance and Modernisation’ 2019 South African Journal on Human Rights 35(1) pp. 50-69
  • Pretorius, Jopie T. ‘Interpretation of Suretyships and the Constitution’ 2019 Acta Juridica pp. 127-140
  • Reddy, Eveshnie and Vivienne Lawack ‘An Overview of the Regulatory Developments in South Africa regarding the Use of Cryptocurrencies’ 2019 SA Mercantile Law Journal 32(1) pp. 1-28
  • Sibanda, Nkanyiso ‘Amending Section 25 of the South African Constitution to Allow for Expropriation of Land without Compensation: Some Theoretical Considerations of the Social-obligation Norm of Ownership’ 2019 South African Journal on Human Rights 35(2) pp. 129-146
  • Sloth-Nielsen, Julia ‘KOS v Minister of Home Affairs and its Relevance to the Law of Marriage in South Africa’ 2019 South African Journal on Human Rights 35(3) pp. 298-310
  • Sloth-Nielsen, Julia ‘Children’s Constitutional Rights Jurisprudence in South Africa – A 20 Year Retrospective’ 2019 De Jure Special Issue pp. 501-520
  • Welgemoed, Bernice and Elsabe Huysamen ‘Workplace Protection of Employees Suffering from Depression: A South African Perspective’ 2019 Industrial Law Journal 40(1) pp. 41-59
 

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  • Graham, Mark, Jamie Woodcock, Richard Heeks, Sandra Fredman, Darcy du Toit, Jean-Paul van Belle, Paul Mungai, Abigail Osiki ‘The Fairwork Foundation: Strategies for Improving Platform Work’ Proceedings of the Weizenbaum Conference: Challenges of Digital Inequality - Digital Education, Digital Work, Digital Life (Berlin, 2019) https://www.ssoar.info/ssoar/handle/document/64085

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