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The legal framework of illicit enrichment in Ethiopian anti-corruption law.
(University of the Western Cape, 2012)
Corrupt practices such as bribery and other abuses of public functions for private gain have been criminalised in almost all legal systems. Criminalisation of acts of corruption constitutes one of the major dimensions of ...
Uganda's response to the phenomenon of enforced disappearances and the transitional justice response in Uganda
(University of the Western Cape, 2017)
Enforced disappearances are a heinous violation of numerous human rights enshrined in many international conventions. However, they have not been adequately addressed in many jurisdictions. This crime is very common ...
The right to remain married : positioning homosexual-transsexual marriages under the South African Marriage Act 25 of 1961
(University of the Western Cape., 2015)
For many, the human rights which South Africa has been able to secure for LGBTI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex) people has been very progressive. However, with the conflation of sexual orientation and ...