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The constitutionally bound dead hand? The impact of constitutional rights and principles on freedom of testation in South African law
This article analyses critically the impact of constitutionalism on freedom of testation and its limitation in South African law. It proposes the judicial utilisation of a 'constitutionally-founded boni mores criterion' ...
When does affirmative action in favour of certain employees become unfair discrimination against others
(Sage Publications, 2001)
The paper is concerned with the practical question of the circumstances under which measures which might otherwise have amounted to unfair discrimination will amount to affirmative action and will therefore be lawful. It ...
Federal arrangements as a peacemaking device during South Africa's transition to democracy
(Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 2001-01-01)
This article examines how federal arrangements were used during South Africa's transition to democracy to deal with the conflict posed by two important ethnic-based groupings: right-wing Afrikaners and Zulu nationalists. ...
The emerging role of metropolitan cities in federations
(Forum of Federations, 2001)
City-regions or large metropolitan cities are a rapidly growing phenomenon in developing countries. They are also seen as a key mechanism to the development and growth trajectories of those countries, particularly in the ...
Roles and responsibilities of the municipal manager
(Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, 2001)
renaming and transformation of local government structures. Coping with the new designation is probably the least important of the changes for the municipal manager. One of the key challenges in this respect is defining ...