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Implications of the official designation of Muslim clergy as authorized civil marriage officers for Muslims polygynous interfaith and same sex marriage in South Africa
(University of Western Cape, 2017)
From 2014 to 2017 some 227 South African Muslim clergy, including three females, graduated as civil marriage officers in terms of the Marriage Act 25 of 1961. Although now vested with dual capacity to perform both Muslim ...
Ten years of the South African prevention of organised crime act (1999–2009)
(Open Society Foundation for South Africa, 2010)
Organised crime2 is one of the main challenges that governments and intergovernmental organisations3 are grappling with. Its history, consequences and different forms in South Africa are well documented4 and fall outside ...
An analysis of professor Lourens du Plessis’ early (pro-life) and later (prochoice) perspectives on abortion
(Nelson Mandela University, 2016)
Abortion, or termination of pregnancy, albeit in gradations from most to less restrictive to unrestricted, has always been legally allowed in South Africa. This questions the need for the introduction of new law. ...