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  1. The war againts organised crime: a critical assessment of South African asset forfeiture law and its impact on redress for victims of crime
    Ndzengu, Nkululeko Christopher, 2009, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    This research will be undertaken in the field of both criminal and civil law with particular focus on international interventions in the fight against organized criminal activities, assets forfeitsure in South Africa in general and its treatment of victims of the underlying forfeitsure crimes ("the ...
  2. The war crimes trial against german industrialis riedrich flick et al - a legal analysis and critical evaluation
    Kuner, Janosch O. A., 2014-07-03T10:21:34Z
    This research paper is an analysis of the case United States v Flick et al which took place in 1947 in Nuremberg, Germany. Friedrich Flick, a powerful German industrialist, and several high ranking officials of his firm were tried by a United States military tribunal for war crimes and crimes agains ...
  3. The war crimes trial against German Industrialist Friedrich Flick et al - a legal analysis and critical evaluation
    Kuner, Janosch O. A., 2010
    This research paper is an analysis of the case United States v Flick et al which took place in 1947 in Nuremberg, Germany. Friedrich Flick, a powerful German industrialist, and several high ranking officials of his firm were tried by a United States military tribunal for war crimes and crimes agains ...
  4. The war crimes trial against German Industrialist Friedrich Flick et al - a legal analysis and critical evaluation
    Kuner, Janosch O. A., 2014-03-28T09:15:33Z, University of the Western Cape
    Magister Legum - LLM ...
  5. The war of Ngcayecibi, 1877-8
    Spicer, Michael Wolseley, 1978, Rhodes University
    This work makes no pretence at being a comprehensive account of the War of Ngcayecibi and its context in Cape and Imperial History. It omits all but passing reference to Imperial Policy, Frere"s Federation plans, the Constitutional Crisis and the dismissal of the Molteno Ministry, all of which have ...
  6. War on terror or war on human rights? Implications of the "war on terror" for human rights in Kenya.
    Wahome, Patrick Mutahi, 2006-11-15T12:08:27Z
    Student Number : 0415941F - MA research report - School of Social Sciences - Faculty of Humanities ...
  7. War, memory and salvation : the Bulhoek massacre and the construction of a contextual soteriology.
    Mandew, Martin de Porres Archibald., 2012-07-17T12:27:43Z
    South Africa is in many ways a traumatised society and the Bulhoek Massacre of 24 May 1921 in which about two hundred people were killed in a matter of minutes was one such traumatising experience. What makes this massacre special is that the victims were a clearly identi~able christian grouping who ...
  8. Ward committee challenges in South Africa’s Local Municipalities: functions and dysfunctions
    Sekgala, M. P., 2017-06-26T08:11:22Z, Journal of Public Administration and Development Alternatives (JPADA)
    Journal article ...
  9. Ward committee functionaries as participants for improving service delivery at Mafube Local Municipality / John Sipho Mkhwanazi
    Mkhwanazi, John Sipho, 2014-06-09T13:08:18Z, North-West University
    The concept public participation as the bedrock of participatory democracy has the advantages of empowering civil society in decision-making skills and in legitimizing execution of programmes and projects. The vehicle driving public participation is the system of Ward Committees. legislations such a ...
  10. Ward committee systems as an effective public participation process
    Ndabeni, LL, 2012-05-30
    Gauteng Provincial Speakers’ Forum Strategic Session ...