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The role of questioning in writing tutorials: a critical approach to student-centered learning in peer tutorials in higher education
(Taylor & Francis, 2018)
Peer tutoring in higher education aims to enhance student learning, and confidence. In writing centres, peer writing tutors use critical questioning to make the tutorial sessions student-focused and productive. The nature ...
A missing link in the Traditional Courts Bill 2017
(ISS & the University of Cape Town, 2018)
The issue of admission of evidence obtained through human rights violations is central to a criminal justice system as a mechanism through which to prevent overzealous prosecution by the state and ensure protection of ...
Cryptocurrency: The new face of cyber money laundering
Virtual currencies are on the rise and so is money laundering. While there are efforts to combat money laundering through various intergovernmental bodies, many have expressed concern over the rise of virtual currencies. ...
Seychellois courts and the protection of the right to equal protection of the law
(SAGE Publications, 2018)
Unlike the constitutions of other African countries such as Uganda, South Africa, Kenya, Mauritius, Zimbabwe and Namibia which expressly provide for grounds on which a person may not be discriminated against, the Constitution ...
Is it cyberfraud or good ol’ offline fraud? A look at section 8 of the South African cybercrimes bill
This paper discusses section 8 of the South African Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill, a section which deals with the crime of cyberfraud. It argues that there are certain fraudulent acts which have been presented incorrectly ...
The admissibility of evidence obtained through human rights violations in Mauritius
(Juta Law Publishing, 2018)
The Constitution of Mauritius, unlike those of South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya, does not guide courts on the issue of the admissibility of evidence obtained through human rights. Jurisprudence from Mauritius shows courts ...