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An administrative law perspective on “bad building” evictions in the Johannesburg inner city
(ESR Review (Economic and Social Rights in South Africa)University of the Western Cape, Community Law Centre, 2007-05)
The recent judgment of the Supreme Court of Appeal in Rand Properties provides an opportunity to assess the use of administrative law arguments in advancing the realisation of socio-economic rights. The judgment itself is ...
Substantive reasoning in administrative-law adjudication
(Constitutional Court ReviewJuta Law, 2010)
One of the main characteristics of constitutional transformation in South Africa is what Etienne Mureinik calls the shift towards a culture of justification in which 'every exercise of power is expected to be justified'.1 ...
Narrowing the band : reasonableness review in administrative justice and socio-economic rights jurisprudence in South Africa
(Juta Law, 2011)
This contribution explores the standard of reasonableness review applied in both administrative justice and socio-economic rights jurisprudence in South Africa. The first part traces the development of reasonableness as a ...
Die reg se oenskynlike onvermoe om korrupsie in staatskontraktering in Suid-Afrika hok te slaan
Ten spyte van ’n aansienlike aantal afdwingbare regsreëls wat staatsverkryging in Suid-Afrika reguleer, word hierdie aspek van staatsadministrasie gekenmerk deur hoë vlakke van ongerymdhede. Veral korrupsie blyk hoogty te ...
Worse than losing a government tender : winning it
(Juta Law, 2008)
In Steenkamp NO v Provincial Tender Board, Eastern Cape 2007 3 SA 121 (CC) the Constitutional Court held that an organ of state was not liable in delict for a successful tenderer's out-of-pocket losses following the setting ...