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The protection of an accused's right to freedom from torture
(University of the Western Cape, 2014)
The question to be addressed in this study is whether the government of South Africa is doing enough to protect the rights of the accused from torture. This study will seek to analyse South Africa’s constitution and its ...
Realising the right of children with disabilities to early childhood development in South Africa
(University of Western Cape, 2014)
This study sets out to establish what is required of the South African government to comply with international human rights treaties and Constitutional obligations with respect to early childhood development (ECD) for ...
‘When is dismissal an appropriate sanction for misconduct? and who has the last say?’
In this mini-thesis, I will present a historical development of the manner in which South African courts have tested the fairness of dismissals, for misconduct. South African Labour history has been marred by confusion and ...
Decentralisation and constitutionalism in Africa: A comparative analysis of South Africa and Zimbabwe
(University of the Western Cape, 2020)
Since the early 1990s, the move towards decentralisation has been given prominence in African constitutions. Countries that embarked on ambitious decentralisation processes had to make the necessary constitutional reforms. ...