Recent articles and research

April 1st, 2023
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Abbreviation Title Publisher Volume/issue
ILJ Industrial Law Journal Juta

(2022) 43

(2023) 44

JLSD Journal of Law, Society and Development University of South Africa Press (2021) 8
LDD Law, Democracy and Development University of the Western Cape, Faculty of Law (2022) 26

 

Climate justice

Nkrumah, BK ‘Ecojustice: Reframing climate justice as racial justice’ (2021) 8 JLSD.

Constitutional law

Ntsoane, L and Manthwa, A ‘Succession to kingship in the Bapedi Ethnic Group – cultural intricacies of post-conquest South Africa and the impact of the Constitution’ (2021) 8 JLSD.

COVID-19 pandemic

Du Plessis, W; Pienaar, JM, Koraan, R and Stoffels, M2020 Measures to address violence and unrest in a time of COVID-19’ (2021) 8 JLSD.
Lurie, L and Begas, RS ‘Access to the labour courts in Israel during the COVID-19 crisis’ (2023) 44 ILJ 51.
Mokofe, WMFrom precarity to pandemic: How the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated poverty, unemployment, and inequality in South Africa’ (2022) 26 LDD 395.
Phillips, J; Makuwa, A and Gaibie, S ‘COVID-19 mandatory vaccinations in the workplace: A developing jurisprudence’ (2022) 43 ILJ 2163.
Tenza, M ‘Investigating the possibility of dismissing an employee on account of breach of COVID-19 regulations’ (2021) 8 JLSD.

Criminal law

Phooko, MR ‘Existential threats to the International Criminal Court: Making sense of the convergence of disparate geo-political interests and ideological positions’ (2021) 8 JLSD.

Customary law

Hassan, E ‘African customary dispute resolution vs alternative dispute resolution for juvenile crime in Ghana’ (2021) 8 JLSD.

Employment Equity Amendment Bill

Collier, D ‘The Employment Equity Amendment Bill B14B – 2020: Innovating towards equity or kicking the can down the road?’ (2023) 44 ILJ 1.

Fiscal incentives

Oluyeju, O and Rotich, NCFiscal incentives in Kenya’s free zones: To what extent are they consistent with the WTO rules on subsidies?’ (2022) 26 LDD 219.

International law

Bello, M and Snyman-Van Deventer, EReconceptualising sovereign debt in international law’ (2022) 26 LDD 250.

Judiciary

Bidie, S; Ntlama-Makhanya, N and Phela, A ‘The role of the judiciary to construct a concise and balanced judgment on the right to life vis-à-vis economic life of persons: Some thoughts on Mohamed v President of the Republic of South Africa 2020 (7) BCLR 865 (GP) and De Beer v Minister of Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs 2020 (11) BCLR 1349 (GP)’ (2021) 8 JLSD.

Labour law – discrimination

Van Staden, M and Boniface, A ‘Pregnancy and marital status discrimination’ (2022) 43 ILJ 1473.

Labour law – dismissals

Newaj, K ‘The use of contractual recourse in dismissal disputes: Settling the dilemma’ (2022) 43 ILJ 2189.

Labour law – equal pay

Coleman, TE and Mpedi, LG ‘Towards the practical realisation of the concept of equal pay for equal work in Ghana: Some comparative lessons from South Africa and the United Kingdom’ (2023) 44 ILJ 28.

Labour law

Smit, DM and Stopforth, GAn overview of categories of vulnerability among on-demand workers in the gig economy (Part 1)’ (2022) 26 LDD 364.

Property tax regimes

Botes, M Aantekening: Denkbeeldige insetbelasting op tweedehandse vaste eiendom: Te goed om waar te wees, of nie goed genoeg nie?’ (2022) 19(2) LitNet 492.
Van Zyl, F and Fritz, CDifferent cities, different property-tax-rate regimes: Is it fair in an open and democratic society?’ (2022) 26 LDD 311.

Public procurement

Vinti, CAn evaluation of the “designation” of products, sectors and industry for local production and content under the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 5 of 2000’ (2021) 8 JLSD.

Refugee law

Nyakabawu, SLegal violence: Waiting for Zimbabwe Exemption Permit in South Africa’ (2021) 8 JLSD.

SADC Tribunal

Shumba, TRising from its ruins? The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Tribunal’ (2022) 26 LDD 287.

Socio-economic rights

Majiedt, SForum contribution: “Dreams and aspirations deferred?”: The Constitutional Court’s approach to the fulfilment of socio-economic rights in the Constitution’ (2022) 26 LDD 1.

Transitional justice – Africa

Teshome, MZConfronting past atrocities: A critical analysis of the defunct Ethiopian Reconciliation Commission’ (2022) 26 LDD 342.

Kathleen Kriel BTech (Journ) is the Production Editor at De Rebus.
This article was first published in De Rebus in 2023 (April) DR 36.

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