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Extending the frontiers of employment regulation: the case of domestic employment in South Africa
(Faculty of Law, University of the Western Cape, 2010)
Domestic workers form one of the most vulnerable and exploited sectors of the workforce in the world economy. In 2002 South Africa became one of relatively few countries to promulgate special legislation aimed at extending ...
The role of constitution making and institution building in furthering peace, justice and development: South Africa’s democratic transition
(Oxford University Press, 2010)
The international community accepts that peace, justice and development are indivisible properties of human freedom and thus wants a more coordinated approach to post conflict recovery. Today, transitions to democracy are ...
Engaging meaningfully with government on socio-economic rights : A focus on the right to housing
(Community Law Centre, University of the Western Cape, 2010)
To make sure that service delivery is effective and has a positive impact on people’s quality of life, it is important to have meaningful engagement between communities and the government. South Africa’s Constitution makes ...