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The interim and final constitutions and Muslim Personal Law: implications for South African Muslim women
(Juta Law, 1998)
Introduction: All women face similar status problems in the private and public spheres of life but it is alleged that, as members of a religious community, Muslim women experience another inequality. This double inequality ...
Muslim Personal Law - to be or not to be?
(Juta Law, 1995)
Introduction: The first Muslims had arrived at the Cape from the Dutch colonies in the East Indies (now Indonesia) and the coastal regions of Southern India from anywhere around 1652-1658. Despite having been granted the ...