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The incorporation of double taxation agreements into South African domestic law
There are different opinions as to the process whereby double taxation agreements (DTAs) are incorporated into South African law. This contribution aims to discuss some of the existing opinions and to offer a further ...
Public purpose or public interest and third party transfers
(North-West University, Faculty of Law, 2014)
In this article the difference between public purpose and public interest in section 25(2) of the 1996 Constitution is considered. It is generally accepted that public purpose is a narrower category than public interest ...
Die basiese-struktuur-leerstuk : 'n basis vir die toepassing in Suid-Afrika, of 'n skending van die skeiding van magte?
Die basiese-struktuur-leerstuk is in 1973 deur die hoogste hof van Indië ontwikkel in ’n poging om die misbruik van grondwetwysigings deur die dominante regerende party te voorkom. Die leerstuk bepaal dat, ten spyte daarvan ...
A right to the city for South Africa’s urban poor
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2017-03)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT : In South Africa, spatial injustice holds profound implications for the democratic transformation of society, the planning and development of inclusive towns and cities, and the realisation of the ...
Compensation for what? An analysis of the outcome in Arun Property Development (PTY) LTD v Cape Town City
(Academy of Science of South Africa, 2016)
In Arun Property Development (Pty) Ltd v Cape Town City the Constitutional Court awarded compensation for land that vested in the City of Cape Town in terms of a regulatory framework. The regulatory framework, sections 25 ...
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 ...