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Research outputs: CONSTITUTIONAL COURT
Throughout his career, Edwin Cameron has been recognised for his brilliance, commitment to human rights and social justice, and his HIV-Aids...Download this report
Supporting a very energetic rendition of the constitutional state, this chapter addresses some of the issues mentioned above. Specifically, ...
This note provides descriptive statistics on the work of the Constitutional Court of South Africa in 2013, organised in a number of tables. ...
This note provides descriptive statistics on the work of the Constitutional Court of South Africa in 2011, organised in a number of tables. ...