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Implementing Spluma: A review of four ‘Post-Spluma’ provincial planning bills
(Dullah Omar Institute for Constitutional Law, Governance and Human Rights, 2017-10)
Between 2015 and 2017, municipalities across the country developed municipal planning bylaws. Many municipalities were assisted by national government and/or provincial governments. The involvement of both the national ...
Constitutional Court shows DFA the door
(Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, 2010)
In October 2009, the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) declared parts of the Development Facilitation Act (DFA) unconstitutional. The Gauteng Development Tribunal was making land use management decisions and bypassing municipal ...
Devolution by court injunction: The case of land use planning and management in South Africa
(Uganda Management Institute, 2016)
In South Africa, the legal and policy framework for land use planning and control underwent a significant transformation in which power over land use planning and control was shifted from provinces to local governments. ...
Legislative and judicial responses to informal settlements in South Africa : a silver bullet?
(Stellenbosch Law Review, 2012)
The growth of informal settlements or slums has been an issue of concern for many, with international initiatives increasingly focusing on informal settlements, particularly the need to improve the living conditions in ...
Grootboom: A paradigm of individual remedies versus reasonable programmes
(Southern African Public Law, 2011)
The decision of the Constitutional Court (the Court) in the case of Government of the Republic of South Africa versus Grootboom was received as ground breaking by human rights practitioners, scholars and advocates the world ...