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  • The death penalty in the Cape Provincial Division: 1986-1988 

    Julia, Sloth-Nielsen; Christina, Murray (South African Journal on Human Rights, 1989)
    This article presents the data that we collected in four tables. These are explained in the first section below. The second part of the article examines three issues that emerge from the data. First, we note the disparity ...
  • Democratising the employment relationship: a conceptual approach to labour law reform and its socio-economic implications 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 1993)
    Introduction: The constitutional debate in South Africa has place the related issues of democracy and increase production and redistribution of wealth centrally on the agenda. Democratisation of the employment relationship, ...
  • Statutory collective bargaining: a duty of fair representation? 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 1993)
    Introduction:An issue that has received little attention in our law is the nature of a union's duty vis-à-vis its membership in the course of collective bargaining and the consequences of breach of such duty. This is, in ...
  • The small business sector: deregulation or collective bargaining? 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 1993)
    Introduction:'Abraham Adamson, owner of A&A Motor Spares in Athlone, Cape Town, was dealing with a client in June 1991 when the sheriff of the court walked in and seized 21 gearboxes and various other movable assets. His ...
  • The scientific career of the zoologist Max Wilhelm Carl Weber (1852—1937) 

    Pieter, Florence F.J.M.; de Visser, Jaap (Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde, 1993)
    It is shown that the pinnacle of Max Weber’s scientific career was the organization and leadership of the Siboga Expedition to the former Netherlands East Indies (now Indonesia)in the years 1899—1900. Before that time, as ...
  • An ill contractual wind blowing collective good? Collective representation in non-statutory bargaining and the limits of union authority 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 1994)
    Induction:In the statutory arena one facet at least, the interaction between union and employer parties at industrial council level, is defined by the Labour Relations Act 28 of 1956 (LRA). The other crucial nexus, that ...
  • Workers in small business: the forgotten people 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 1994)
    Introduction:The present-day concentration by government, private sector organizations and academics on the small and informal business sectors is undoubtedly a sign of the times. Until some 20 years ago small business ...
  • Arbeidsreg in 'n maatskaplike verband 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 1995)
    Introduction: 'n Regsteksboek is nie bloot 'n uiteensetting van regs reels nie. Dit is, in die eerste plek, 'n seleksie van bespreekingspunte en, terselfdetyd, 'n evaluasie van die selekteerde gegewens wat uitgaan van 'n ...
  • Corporatism and collective bargaining in a democratic South Africa 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 1995)
    Introduction:The theme of 'emerging models of worker participation and representation' is uniquely appropriate in relation to South Africa today. In February 1995 a draft labour statute, designed to replace the existing ...
  • Muslim Personal Law - to be or not to be? 

    Moosa, Najma (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 ...
  • Small enterprises, Industrial Relations and the RDP 

    Du Toit, Darcy (Juta Law, 1995)
    Introduction: The small, medium and micro enterprise (SMME) sector spans an immense sweep of economic activity, from entirely non-regulated to entirely regulated businesses, 'from the survivalist activities of informal ...
  • Juvenile justice review 1994-1995 

    Julia, Sloth-Nielsen (South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 1995)
    This review of the state of juvenile justice in South Africa introduces a new section to this journal in which annual developments relating to law and policy in the field of juvenile justice will be examined. Juvenile ...
  • Juvenile justice review 1996 

    Julia, Sloth-Nielsen (South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 1996)
    This review follows the 1995 review, the first in this journal, and similarly reviews the period until 30 September 1996. In the year presently under review the principle focus of juvenile justice concern was yet again the ...
  • Muslim Personal Laws affecting children: diversity, practice and implications for a new children's code for South Africa 

    Moosa, Najma (Juta Law, 1998)
    Introduction: Marriage is seen as an institution for, among various objects, the procreation of children. Children in Islam are ideally seen as the fruits of marriage-for mothers as homemakers to love and nurture and for ...
  • The interim and final constitutions and Muslim Personal Law: implications for South African Muslim women 

    Moosa, Najma (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 ...
  • Human rights in Islam 

    Moosa, Najma (Juta Law, 1998)
    Introduction: Conflicts between human rights and religion do exist. Is this true of Islam? The answer is not as simple as 'yes' or 'no'. Although an examination of human rights in an Islamic context will reveal its theocentric ...
  • Prosecutorial attitudes towards diversion 

    Lukas, Muntingh (NICRO National Office, 1998)
    This report investigates a number of issues relating to diversion in an effort to make certain recommendations with regard to the running and management of diversion with a particular emphasis on the discretionary powers ...
  • Juvenile justice review 1997 

    Julia, Sloth-Nielsen (South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 1998)
    The 1997 juvenile justice review charts developments in juvenile justice law in South Africa from November 1996 until October 1997. The most significant development during 1997 was the release of the issue paper on Juvenile ...
  • Social Citizenship: A Precondition for Meaningful Democracy 

    Sandra, Liebenberg (Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity, 1999)
    In 1959, the scholar, TH Marshall, analysed the historical development of those features that were vital to effective 'citizenship'. He viewed democratisation as a progression, spanning three centuries. Civil rights were ...
  • Juvenile justice review 1998 

    Julia, Sloth-Nielsen; Lukas, Muntingh (South African Journal of Criminal Justice, 1999)
    The 1998 Juvenile Justice Review charts developments in juvenile justice law and practice in South Africa from October 1997 until October 1998. However, the release of the South African Law Commission discussion paper on ...