Now showing items 1-3 of 3
Socio-economic rights and the process of privatizing basic municipal services
(Law, Democracy & Development, University of the Western Cape, 2004)
The socio-economic righ ts in the Bill of Rights bind all organs of state, including municipalities. These rights may also impose posicive obligations. Through the delivery of basic services. municipalities fu lfi l some ...
The functioning of ward committees: Challenges and prospects
(Dullah Omar Institute, 2007)
Ward committees were formally introduced in 2000, and many municipalities soon commenced the process of establishing them. The establishment rate of ward committees across the country now stands at over 90% and is growing, ...
Muddying the waters: the Supreme Court of Appeal’s judgment in the Mazibuko case
(ESR Review, 2009)
On 25 March 2009, the Supreme Court of Appeal handed down judgment in the Mazibuko case. The case was an appeal against the judgment of the Johannesburg High Court (now the South Gauteng High Court) of 30 April 2008, ...