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The application of socio-economic rights to private law
(Journal of South African Law, 2008)
The constitution is explicitly committed to redressing and transforming socio-economic exclusion and marginalisation. This is manifest, amongst other constitutional provisions, in the entrenchment of a comprehensive range ...
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 ...