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The regulations relating to foodstuffs for infants and young children (R 991) : a formula for the promotion of breastfeeding or censorship of commercial speech?
(North-West University, Faculty of Law, 2014)
The regulation of commercial speech in the interests of public health is an issue which recently has become the topic of numerous debates. Two examples of such governmental regulation are the subjects of discussion in this ...
The immeasurable wrongfulness of being : the denial of the claim for wrongful life
(Juta Law Publishing, 2010-02)
In Friedman v Glicksman 1996 1 SA 1134 (W) the claim for wrongful life was denied. Eleven years later the Cape High Court again denied the existence of the claim in Stewart v Botha 2007 6 SA 247 (C); 2007 9 BCLR 1012; 2007 ...
Certainty about surrogacy
(Juta Law Publishing, 2010-09)
Summary: With the recent coming into operation of Chapter 19 of the Children’s Act 38 of 2005 on 1 April 2010, the previous legal position relating to surrogacy has been completely altered. Prior to the commencement of ...
Failing children : the courts disregard of the best interests of the child in Le Roux v Dey
(Juta Law, 2014-01)
The concept of the best interests of the child is firmly entrenched in international law, the South African Constitution and South African legislation and jurisprudence. The Committee on the Rights of the Child has ...
Considering the best interests of the child when marketing food to children: an analysis of the South African regulatory framework
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2016-12)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT : This thesis seeks to establish whether the South African government fulfils its international and constitutional obligations by applying the standard of the best interests of the child when food-marketing ...