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Research Outputs (Jurisprudence)

Research Outputs (Jurisprudence)

 

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  • Mnyongani, Freddy (The Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law University of South Africa, 2008)
    The tension between the right of a people to self-determination and the right of a state to its territorial integrity has claimed many lives in Africa. The raison d'être of international law is the regulation of affairs ...
  • Mnyongani, Freddy (JUTA, 2012)
    This article is about duties of a lawyer in a multicultural society like South Africa. South Africa is a multicultural society characterised by among others a constant competition of cultures, values, and norms. At the ...
  • Mnyongani, Freddy (Verloren van Themaatsentrum/Centre, 2009)
    At the core of the legal profession are legal professional ethics, which are concerned with 'questions of moral permissibility' of legal practitioners. The debate about the relationship between morality and the law is far ...
  • Mnyongani, Freddy (Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, 2010)
    The adoption in 1993 of the interim Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act (200 of 1993) as the supreme law of the Republic marked a watershed moment in the history of South Africa. It was a moment of transition ...
  • Mnyongani, Freddy (VerLoren Van Themaat Centre / UNISA Press, 2012)
    A relevant question here is whether there is a difference in the symbolisation of animals between cultures, for example, between indigenous traditions that regard animals as sacred and those that see animals as non-sacred ...
  • Abioye, Funmi (Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law, Unisa, 2011)
    The African continent has been besieged a by vast range of problems in modern times. These include abnormally high levels of poverty; incessant outbreaks of war; ineptitude of its leaders and their reluctance to relinquish ...
  • Mnyongani, Freddy (2011)
    Africa may have won the battle against colonialism, but the struggle towards constitutionalism and democracy is far from over.1 While constitutionalism is about the locus and limits of power, democracy is about formal ...
  • Mnyongani, Freddy; Slabbert, M.; Goolam N (2011)
    Currently any organ donation in South Africa, whether from a living or a dead donor, is donated altruistically, which means that it is the free choice of the donor or the family of the deceased to donate organs. There is ...
  • Van den Bergh, H. (Southern African Society of Legal Historians, 2009)
    In ancient Rome personal security was the most common form of security. This may be attributed to the large number of relationships based on fidelity. Most substantial transactions on credit were accompanied by such security. ...
  • Slabbert, Nothling Melodie (Southern African Society of Legal Historians, 2009)
  • Van niekerk, Gardiol J. (Southern African Society of Legal Historians, 2009)
    On 27 April 1994, South Africa inaugurated a new constitutional democracy which embraced the freedom and equality of all sectors of the South African society. The Preamble of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, ...
  • Jacobs, Annalize (Southern African Society of Legal Historians, 2009)
    It was the third century BC in early Rome - republican Rome. The city of Rome, which looked like a village though, was by now the largest city in Italy with more or less 100 000 inhabitants. Rome had been at warfare for ...