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Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad

PELJ/PER publishes contributions relevant to the Research Unit Development in the South African Constitutional State. This means that most contributions will concern some aspect of constitutionalism or the law relating to development. The fact that the South African constitutional state is the focus, however 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. While constitutionalism and development needs are constantly kept in mind as the main themes, contributions on any aspect or discipline of the law are welcomed, as long as the main themes are addressed. The journal publishes in English, Afrikaans, German and Dutch.

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Vol 18, No 4 (2015)

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Articles

The life and times of a learned jackal for justice EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Du Plessis 775-781
Lessons for the SADC from the Indian case of Novartis Ag v Union of India EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Ndlovu 783-815
The independence of South African judges: a constitutional and legislative perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Siyo, JC Mubangizi 817-846
Rethinking violence, reconciliation and reconstruction in Burundi EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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LA Ndimurwimo, MLM Mbao 848-900
A contextual analysis of the hate speech provisions of the equality act EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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ME Marais, JL Pretorius 902-942
Public participation and water use rights EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P King, C Reddell 944-968
Legislation as a critical tool in addressing social change in South Africa: lessons from Mayelane v Ngwenyama EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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RN Ozoemena 970-992
Public-private partnerships in local disaster management: a panacea to all local disaster management ills? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A van der Berg 994-1033
The constitutional mandate for social welfare – systemic differences and links between property, land rights and housing rights EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AJ van der Walt, S Viljoen 1035-1090
The consumer protection act 68 of 2008 and procedural fairness in consumer contracts EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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PN Stoop 1092-1124
Judicial "translation" and contextualisation of values: rethinking the development of customary law in Mayelane EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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L Lewis 1126-1160
Avoiding Mazibuko: water security and constitutional rights in Southern African case law EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ed Couzens 1162-1186
The incorporation of double taxation agreements into South African domestic law EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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I du Plessis 1188-1204
Deliberating the rule of law and constitutional supremacy from the perspective of the factual dimension of law EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K Malan 1206-1250
Book Review EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JA Robinson 1252-1254


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