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  1. The implications of Lagoon Beach Hotel (Pty) v Lehane 2016 (3) SA 143 (SCA) for the South African cross-border insolvency dispensation
    Moolman, Shirande, 2017-04-26T11:51:45Z, University of Pretoria
    This mini-dissertation explores the implications of Lagoon Beach Hotel (Pty) Limited v Lehane 2016 (3) SA 143 (SCA) for the South African cross-border insolvency dispensation, as this case deals with the various problems that arise in cross-border insolvency. As a result of these problems and a cert ...
  2. The right to freedom of expression and its role in political transformation in Kenya
    Morusoi, Eric Kibet, 2017-04-26T11:51:46Z, University of Pretoria
    Enacted after a protracted review process characterised by many false starts, tensions and at times violence, the Constitution of Kenya 2010 envisions a radical break from a politically repressive past. It envisages extensive political transformation; a momentous shift in the political configuration ...
  3. A comparative study of the criminalisation of the violation of a corpse in context of traditional medicine in subequatorial Africa including consideration of customary law
    Mullinder, Louis, 2017-04-26T11:51:46Z, University of Pretoria
    This discourse is a comparative study of the criminalisation of the violation of a corpse in context of traditional medicine in subequatorial Africa, including consideration of customary law and seeks specifically to examine whether the use of body parts for medicine falls within the paradigm of tra ...
  4. Regulation of asset-backed securities in Kenya : a comparative analysis
    Mutegi, James Mutugi, 2017-04-26T11:51:46Z, University of Pretoria
    Kenya has had a substantive legal framework for asset-backed securities (ABS) since 2007 but is yet to see its first ABS issuance to date. The Capital Markets Act, Chapter 485A, Laws of Kenya, as well as the Capital Markets (Asset-backed Securities) Regulations, 2007 have been decried as being inade ...
  5. Exploring community based social mobilisation strategies for the advancement of the right to legal capacity for people with psychosocial disabilities in Zambia
    Mwanyisa, Fungisayi Patricia, 2017-04-26T11:51:46Z, University of Pretoria
    The aim of this study is to explore the importance of community based social mobilisation strategies in advancing human rights, in particular, strategies that could be used advance exercise of the right to legal capacity for persons with psychosocial disabilities in the face of societal barriers in ...
  6. The South African Criminal Law"s response to the crimes of fraud and corruption within local government
    Naidoo, Stephanie, 2017-04-26T11:51:47Z, University of Pretoria
    The crime of fraud and corruption is rife within South African municipalities. This negatively impacts on the efficient and effective service delivery through wasteful and uneconomic expenditure incurred by Municipalities through the perpetration of the aforementioned crimes. The writer envisages re ...
  7. The position of creditors during business rescue
    Ngobeni, Mbavhalelo, 2017-04-26T11:51:47Z, University of Pretoria
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  8. The socio-political and medico legal and socio political practice of medicine in South Africa post 1994
    Nkwanyana, Thabani Silomo, 2017-04-26T11:51:48Z, University of Pretoria
    Africa?s socio-political and medico-legal landscapes have dramatically changed since 1994 with the dawn of democracy and peaceful transition from apartheid South Africa to a Constitutional democracy, and the birth of the democratic South Africa. Considerable social progress has been made towards rev ...