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  1. The termination and revival of debt review in terms of the National Credit Act
    Hayward, Montenique, 2017-04-26T11:51:41Z, University of Pretoria
    The National Credit Act1 has brought about significant changes to the South African credit market. Amongst these changes are the provisions that introduced concepts such as ?over-indebtedness? and ?reckless credit?, as well as the provisions that implemented a new alternative debt relief measure int ...
  2. An analysis of the constitutionality of capped compensation for medical negligence in SA context
    Joubert, Johann Wilhelm, 2017-04-26T11:51:41Z, University of Pretoria
    Dignity is the fundamental concept so many South Africans fought for during the previous political dispensation. The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa declares that dignity is a core value and that everyone has inherent dignity and the right to have their dignity respected and protected. ...
  3. Legal aspects of distressed bank rescue : lessons for Uganda from South African and English experience
    Kayondo, Silver, 2017-04-26T11:51:41Z, University of Pretoria
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  4. Validation of the Mandatory Guidelines for the American Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs within the context of the South African Constitution
    Laurens, Johannes Bernardus, 2017-04-26T11:51:42Z, University of Pretoria
    This study assessed the USA Mandatory Guidelines for the American Federal Workplace Drug and Alcohol-free Workplace, as a proposed framework for drug and alcohol testing in the South African workplace. The use of mind-altering substances like cocaine and opium has been part of humankind for millenni ...
  5. The relationship between the political branches and the judiciary with reference to the principle of judicial independence
    Legoabe, Phetogo, 2017-04-26T11:51:42Z, University of Pretoria
    The concept of judicial independence arguably forms the basis of the relationship between the legislature, the executive and the judiciary. It is also an integral part of the functioning of the courts and therefore requires some protection. This paper looks at the relationship between the political ...
  6. Fiduciary duties of nominee directors
    Lekgau, Emmanuel Tladiametse, 2017-04-26T11:51:42Z, University of Pretoria
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  7. Penalties for impermissible tax avoidance in South Africa
    Lelope, Matome Rotley, 2017-04-26T11:51:43Z, University of Pretoria
    Tax avoidance is a complex concept that creates uncertainty in the South African tax law system and results in revenue loss. Tax avoidance is a broad concept that constitutes permissible tax avoidance and impermissible tax avoidance. The main difference between impermissible tax avoidance and permis ...
  8. Protection of agency workers in South Africa : an appraisal of compliance with ILO and EU Norms
    Aletter, Candice Joy, 2017-04-26T11:51:43Z, University of Pretoria
    This thesis is a policy-based study of the regulation of agency work in South Africa. It is set against the contextual background of a recent legislative overhaul and an increase in the number of precarious workers. The study aims to appraise the extent to which the South African regulatory framewor ...
  9. An analysis of the right to access health care services and reproductive rights
    Lubisi, Valled Edward, 2017-04-26T11:51:43Z, University of Pretoria
    In a world where rights play an important role in the welfare of people, mere knowledge of the rights is not necessary but a clear understanding and appreciation of the nature of rights is essential. One of the most important rights which people are oblivious about is the right to health care servic ...
  10. Impact of the Intestate succession on the interests of women and children
    Madinginye, Kwena Refilwe Desiree, 2017-04-26T11:51:43Z, University of Pretoria
    The African customary law,1 relating to the intestate succession has always been known to discriminate against women and specifically female children. We live in a developing country where the law is used as a tool to develop and transform the lives of the people. Legislation has previously failed t ...