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The post-apartheid constitutions : perspectives on South Africa's basic law

Author: Penelope Andrews; Stephen Ellmann
Publisher: Johannesburg : Witwatersrand University Press ; Athens : Ohio University Press, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Offers a range of perspectives on the development of South Africa's Interim and final Constitutions, scholars, practising lawyers, members of the judiciary and the Human Rights Commission, and  Read more...

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Post-apartheid constitutions.
Johannesburg : Witwatersrand University Press ; Athens : Ohio University Press, 2001
(OCoLC)606624990
Online version:
Post-apartheid constitutions.
Johannesburg : Witwatersrand University Press ; Athens : Ohio University Press, 2001
(OCoLC)608573672
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Penelope Andrews; Stephen Ellmann
ISBN: 1868143457 9781868143450 0821414003 9780821414002
OCLC Number: 45873741
Description: x, 606 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: End of an era / Leon Wessels --
From parliamentary sovereignty to constitutionality / Roelf Meyer as told to Hennie Marais --
Negotiating a new nation / Cyril Ramaphosa --
Making of the South African constitution / Hassen Ebrahim --
Negotiating beyond deadlock / Christina Murray --
Participating in the design / Heinz Klug --
Negotiating South Africa's new constitution / Katharine Savage --
Deconstructing and reconstructing the argument for a Bill of Rights within the context of South African nationalism / Dennis Davis --
Certification of the constitution of South Africa / Carmel Rickard --
Contested citizenship in South Africa / Jonathan Klaaren --
Stepchild of national liberation / Penelope Andrews --
Constitutionalism and belonging / Firoz Cachalia --
Violations of socio-economic rights / Sandra Liebenberg --
Constitutional confluence / Stephen Ellmann --
Constructing constitutional contempt of court doctorines / Stuart Woolman and Bongani Majola --
Federal features of the final constitution / Nicholas Haysom --
History and role of the constitutional court in South Africa / Patric Mzolisi Mtshaulana --
Democratisation of criminal justice in South Africa / Diana R. Gordon --
South African human rights commission / Karthy Govender.
Responsibility: edited by Penelope Andrews and Stephen Ellmann ; foreword by Nelson Mandela.
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"The themes canvassed in this volume provide the reader with a rich array of perspectives that will resonate beyond the borders of South Africa."-- Yvonne Mokgoro

 
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