Judiciary in South Africa, The (eBook)


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    Edition: 1st Edition
  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9781485107859
  • Extent: 470 Pages
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  • Category: International Law, Private and Public, Constitutional Law

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While there have been various studies of the South African courts and their performance, The Judiciary in South Africa is the first publication to provide a general survey of the judiciary as an institution. This book offers a detailed and expert account of all the most important aspects of the judiciary in this country, both now and in the past. Also available in hard cover and soft cover format.

  • Foreword
  • Editorial note
  • List of contributors
  • Table of contents
  • Table of cases
  • Introduction - Cora Hoexter and Morné Olivier
  • The structure of the courts - Cora Hoexter
  • The judiciary under apartheid - Christopher Forsyth 
  • Transformation and the judiciary - Mtendeweka Mhango
  • Governance and administration of the judicial system - Hassen Ebrahim
  • The selection and appointment of judges - Morné Olivier
  • The Judicial Service Commission - Morné Olivier and Cora Hoexter
  • Judicial accountability - Hugh Corder
  • Judicial diversity - Catherine Albertyn
  • Non-judicial functions and activities - Cora Hoexter
  • The magistracy - Morné Olivier
  • The Constitutional Court - Hugh Corder and Jason Brickhill
  • The Constitutional Court: a judge’s perspective - Kate O’Regan
  • Index

  • Judges and magistrates
  • Academics
  • Politicians
  • Legal practitioners
  • Law school libraries

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While there have been various studies of the South African courts and their performance, The Judiciary in South Africa is the first publication to provide a general survey of the judiciary as an institution. This book offers a detailed and expert account of all the most important aspects of the judiciary in this country, both now and in the past. Also available in hard cover and soft cover format.

  • Foreword
  • Editorial note
  • List of contributors
  • Table of contents
  • Table of cases
  • Introduction - Cora Hoexter and Morné Olivier
  • The structure of the courts - Cora Hoexter
  • The judiciary under apartheid - Christopher Forsyth 
  • Transformation and the judiciary - Mtendeweka Mhango
  • Governance and administration of the judicial system - Hassen Ebrahim
  • The selection and appointment of judges - Morné Olivier
  • The Judicial Service Commission - Morné Olivier and Cora Hoexter
  • Judicial accountability - Hugh Corder
  • Judicial diversity - Catherine Albertyn
  • Non-judicial functions and activities - Cora Hoexter
  • The magistracy - Morné Olivier
  • The Constitutional Court - Hugh Corder and Jason Brickhill
  • The Constitutional Court: a judge’s perspective - Kate O’Regan
  • Index

  • Judges and magistrates
  • Academics
  • Politicians
  • Legal practitioners
  • Law school libraries

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