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The evolution and implementation of democracy, good governance practices, human rights and socio-economic development are critical issues facing South Africa and Africa as a whole. Law interacts with this process in ways that may promote or inhibit it. Law, Democracy & Development addresses this interaction. Our aim is to create a forum in which critical aspects of the process can be debated by scholars, practitioners as well as those concerned with policy-making across the continent, thus contributing to the development of shared knowledge and cooperative effort. The focus is on:
* the way that the law regulates important aspects of the economic process such as trade and industry, labour, the environment, education, training and culture;
* the protection and extension of rights which drive and mould socio-economic development such as political rights, gender rights, children's rights, labour rights and other rights which enable the individual to participate in civil society;
* the influence of international and regional developments in the areas of policy and law on socio-economic development. Law, Democracy & Development is a peer-reviewed journal and has been accredited by the Department of Education for the publication of subsidised research outputs since 2001. Other websites related to this journal: http://www.ldd.org.za/

Vol 19, No 1 (2015)

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Articles

In the face of judicial deference: Taking the “minimum core” of socio-economic rights to the local government sphere EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O Fuo 1-28
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.1
Kenya’s implementation of the Smuggling Protocol in response to the irregular movement of migrants from Ethiopia and Somalia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Barasa, L Fernandez 29-64
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.2
Insufficient access to substance abuse treatment centres for illicit drug users and its potential effect on a foetus: a breach of the right to access health care services EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S Lutchman 65-78
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.3
Institutionalising a military judicial office and improving security of tenure of military judges in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AE Tshivhase 79-93
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.4
An overview analysis of selected challenges in the enforcement of the prohibition of insider trading and market manipulation in the European Union and South African regulatory frameworks EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H Chitimira 94-106
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.5
The unresolved ethnic question in Uganda’s District Councils EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DK Singiza, J de Visser 107-126
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.6
Revisiting legal harmonisation under the Southern African Development Community Treaty: The need to amend the Treaty EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tapiwa Shumba 127-147
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.7
The Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission: Prospects and challenges for the protection of human rights EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Chiduza 148-174
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.8
The Investor-State Dispute Resolution Forum under the SADC Protocol on Finance and Investment: Challenges and opportunities for effective harmonisation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lawrence Ngobeni, Babatunde Fagbayibo 175-192
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.9
Using courts of law to tackle poverty and social exclusion: The case of post-2010 Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Oloka-Onyango 193-210
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.10
An investigation into the causes of violent strikes in South Africa: Some lessons from foreign law and possible solutions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mlungisi Tenza 211-231
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.11
Refugees and asylum seekers: Barriers to accessing South Africa’s labour market EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Callixte Kavuro 232-260
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ldd.v19i1.12


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