Volume 28 Part 2 (2014)

Speculum Juris Volume 28 Part 2 (2014)

  1. An Appraisal Of The Admissibility Of Internet- Print-Out Under The Nigerian Evidence Act 2011? - Supreme Court Decision In Kubor V. Dickson (2013) 4 Nwlr, Part 1345, 534 In Perspective by Joash Amupitan
  2. The South African Human Rights Commission’s Role In The Promotion, Protection And Monitoring The Right To Education In South Africa by Francis Khayundi
  3. Early Marriages And The Perpetuation Of Gender Inequality by Dr Karen Műller
  4. The Erosion Of The Principle Of Orality In South African Civil Procedure: Fact Or Fiction? - by Theo Broodryk
  5. The Power To Monitor Local Government Is Ancillary To The Duty To Support Local Government by M J Mathenjwa
  6. The Right To Health In Respect Of Terminally Ill Persons In South Africa by Ms Chesne Albertus
  7. Cooperation Disputes Between African States Parties And The International Criminal Court: Is The End Anywhere Near? by Phoebe Oyugi
  8. Adjudicating Insurance And Pension Products Under The South African Pension Funds Act 24 Of 1956 by Mtendeweka Mhango
  9. The WTO TRIPS Agreement And Access To Medicines In South Africa Twenty Years Into Democracy by Lonias Ndlovu
  10. Legal Theoretical Perspectives And Their Potential Ramifications For Proposals To Incorporate A Trade-Labour Linkage Into The Legal Framework Of The World Trade Organisation by Tapiwa V Warikandwa and Patrick C Osode
  11. Apprehension of Bias and the Spectacle of the Fair-Minded Observer: A Survey of Recent Commonwealth and South African Decisions on Prejudgment by C Okpaluba and Laurence Juma
  12. From The Crucible Of The Eastern Cape: New Legal Tools For The Poor by Professor Sandra Liebenberg