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Business restructuring and operational requirements dismissals: Algorax and beyond
(Juta Law, 2005)
Introduction:This article revisits a vexed and much-debated question: when is it 'fair' for an employer, in the course of restructuring its business, to dismiss an employee for declining to accept changes in her or his ...
Policy and practice in South African prisons: an update
(University of the Western Cape, 2005)
Julia Sloth-Nielsen points to challenges in the correctional system that South Africa's new constitutional democracy was faced with, including the deep-rooted militaristic tradition that needed to be replaced and the ...
Assessing the impact: Mandatory and minimum sentences in South Africa
(Institute for Security Studies (ISS), 2005)
The legislation passed in 1997 that provides for mandatory minimum sentences for serious crimes was recently extended for another two years. At the time, the aim was to reduce serious and violent crime, achieve consistency ...
Of newborns and nubiles: some critical challenges to children's rights in Africa in the era of HIV/AIDS
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2005)
The international legal framework within which HIV/Aids issues should be addressed Both the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) and the regional charter for the protection and promotion of children's rights, ...