CURRENT VOLUME

SPECULUM JURIS |  Vol 36, Number 2 (2022)

Editorial

Special Issue on Confronting the Effects of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Corporate Governance, Corporate Insolvency and Financial Education Measures in Practice – by Howard Chitimira (4 pages @ 229-232)
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Articles

A Perspective on Post-Pandemic Implications of Criminal Abuse and Money Laundering on Mobile Financial Services – by Edwin AA Tongoi (23 pages @ 233-255)
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Addressing Social Inequality through The Lens of Corporate Social Responsibility in South Africa – by Kiyasha Thambi (18 pages @ 256-273)
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An Overview Analysis of Corporate Rescue Proceedings in Zimbabwe during the COVID-19 Pandemic – by Howard Chitimira, Friedrich Hamadziripi and Tinashe Wazvaremhaka (19 pages @ 274-292)
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Impeachable Transactions and Available Defences to those who Transacted with Companies Before Liquidation – by Motseotsile Clement Marumoagae (16 pages @ 293-308)
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Building Financial Resilience through Financial Education to Withstand a Pandemic by Gerda van Niekerk (16 pages @ 309-324)
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Vis Major and its Relevance to Radius Clauses in Insurance Contracts – by N Kilian (14 pages @ 325=338)
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Probing the Classical Theory of the Role of the Firm in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic – by Herbert Kawadza (8 pages @ 339-346)
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Quest for a Legislative Reform of the Status, Duties and Liabilities of Insurance Intermediaries in Nigeria – by Kehinde Anifalaje (24 pages @ 347-370)
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The Role of Financial Education in the Promotion of Protection for Poor Consumers of Digital Financial Services in Zimbabwe – by Howard Chitimira and Elfas Torerai (16 pages @ 371-386)
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Sustaining Access to Finance for Africa’s Small and Medium Enterprises During and Post COVID-19 Crisis: Factoring to the Rescue – by Albert C Puja (23 pages @ 410-425)
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Corporate Governance – Less is More – by Werner Schoeman (16 pages @ 410-425)
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The COVID-19 Pandemic and Corporate Governance Challenges in Nigeria and South Africa: A Human Rights Perspective – by John Funsho Olorunfemi and Chidiebere Udeokechukwu (16 pages @ 426-441)
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