Constitutional Court Review

Product Attributes

  • Soft Cover
  • CCRJ
  • Annual Periodical
  • Approx. 500 Pages/Annum

Authors

Woolman, S (Editor-in-Chief)
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Current Sub (1 issue)

R 290.00

About this Publication:

The Constitutional Court Review is an annual double-blind, peer-reviewed international journal of record that tracks the work of the Constitutional Court of South Africa. 

All volumes of the Constitutional Court Review can be read for free on an open access, dedicated website at www.constitutionalcourtreview.co.za. Print versions of Volume V, VI (and all forthcoming issues) can be purchased directly from Juta Law at www.jutalaw.co.za/products/constitutional-court-review.

Contents Include:

  • Local Government
    • Confronting the State of Local Government: The 2013 Constitutional Court Decisions - Jaap de Visser and Nico Steytler
    • Britannia Beach and Lagoonbay: The Constitutional Court in Muddy Waters? Some Comparative Reflections on the Benefits of an Active Judiciary - Henk Kummeling
    • Adding Injury to Insult: Intrusive Laws on Top of a Weak System - Phindile Ntliziywana
    • Playing With Power: The Competing Competencies of Provincial and Local Government - David Borgström and Uday Kiran Naidoo
  • Customary Law
    • Transformative Constitutionalism and Customary Law - Aninka Claassens and Geoff Budlender
    • Tradition and Modernity: Adjudicating a Constitutional Paradox - Kate O’Regan
    • The Exceptionalism and Identity of Customary Law under the Constitution - Wilmien Wicomb
    • Living Customary Law: A Truly Transformative Tool? - Rita Ozoemena
  • Education
    • Procedure or Principle: The Role of Adjudication in Achieving the Right to Education - Sandra Fredman
    • Executive Heavy Handedness and the Right to Basic Education - A reply to Sandra Fredman - Yana van Leeve
  • Case Comments
    • Domestic Enforcement of International Judicial Decisions against Foreign States in South Africa: Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe v Fick - Hannah Woolaver
    • Search and Seizure without Warrant - Alistair Price
    • AllPay Remedy: Dissecting the Constitutional Court’s Approach to Organs of State - Meghan Finn
    • Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development and Another v Masingili and Others - Anél du Toit
    • A False Start in the Development of Class Action Law? Mukaddam and Others v Pioneer Food (Pty) Ltd and Others - Georgina Jephson

Of Interest and Benefit to:

  • South African and international courts
  • South African and international academics and universities
  • Students
  • Legal professionals