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PELJ/PER publishes contributions relevant to development in the South African constitutional state. This means that most contributions will concern some aspect of constitutionalism or legal development. The fact that the South African constitutional state is the focus, does not limit the content of PELJ/PER to the South African legal system, since development law and constitutionalism are excellent themes for comparative work. Contributions on any aspect or discipline of the law are welcomed, as long as the main themes are addressed.

The Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad PELJ/PER can now be found at http://journals.assaf.org.za/per/index


Vol 19, No 1 (2016)

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Articles

Remedial principles and meaningful engagement in education rights disputes EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sandra Liebenberg
Constitutional values, therapeutic jurisprudence and legal education in South Africa: Shaping our legal order EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Elmarie Fourie
Investigating the reasons behind the increase in medical negligence claims EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Letitia Pienaar
Recent developments in sexual offences against children – A Constitutional perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Philip Stevens
Understanding the limitations to the right to strike in essential and public services in the SADC region EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Rochelle le Roux, Tamara Cohen
Protection of the African lion: A critical analysis of the current international legal regime EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Samantha Watts
The reinstatement and compensation conundrum in South African Labour Law EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Judith Geldenhuys
Unaccompanied and separated foreign children in the care system in the Western Cape – A socio-legal study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Julia Sloth-Nielsen, Marilize Ackermann
The Commission as a party before the Court – Reflections on the complementarity arrangement EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Annika Rudman
An evaluation of the self-regulation of promotional competitions in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DP Strachan
Strengthening locus standi in human rights litigation in Zimbabwe: An analysis of the provisions in the new Zimbabwean constitution EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lovemore Chiduza, Paterson Nkosemntu Makiwane
Legal ethics, rules of conduct and the moral compass – Considerations from a law student's perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Christoffel H. van Zyl IV, Jo-Mari Visser
Concern regarding the "debt" created by rule 14.10.9 of the government employees' pension fund rules EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Motseotsile Clement Marumoagae
Publisiteitsbevele as vonnisopsie vir regspersone - publicity orders as sentencing option for juristic persons EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Pieter du Toit
Compensation for What? An Analysis of the Outcome in Arun Property Development (PTY) LTD v Cape Town City EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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BV Slade
Planning and Arun's (not so straight and narrow) roads EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jeannie van Wyk
Step-parent adoption gone wrong: GT v CT [2015] 3 ALL SA 631 (GJ) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Themba Skosana, Sandra Ferreira
The impact of minority status in the application of affirmative action: NAIDOO v MINISTER of SAFETY and SECURITY 2013 5 BLLR 490 (LC) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Helen Papacostantis, Muriel Mushariwa


Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroom Elektroniese Regstydskrif.   ISSN: 1727-3781
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