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The interrelationship between equality and socio-economic rights under South Africa's transformative constitution
(South African Journal on Human Rights, 2007)
This article develops the interrelationship between the equality and socio-economic rights in the Bill of Rights to enhance the responsiveness of our jurisprudence to the mutually reinforcing patterns of poverty and ...
Needs, rights and transformation: adjudicating social rights
(Stellenbosch Law Review, 2006)
One of the most contested issues in South Africa’s burgeoning jurisprudence on social rights relates to how the courts should enforce the duties imposed by these rights. Debate has focused in particular on the extent to ...