P. de Vos, W. Freedman (editors)
D. Brand, C. Gevers, K. Govender, P. Lenaghan, D. Mailula, N. Ntlama, S. Sibanda, L. Stone (contributors)
February 2014 (Oxford University Press
South African Constitutional Law in Context offers a comprehensive, clear, and concise introduction to the study of South African constitutional law. Situated within a framework of historical, political, social and economic context, the text invites readers to discover the meaning, operation and effects of the South African Constitution, and to understand its critical importance and potential. The text balances an accurate description of the most authoritative interpretation of the constitutional text with a critical and enquiring approach, providing depth and diversity of perspective, and engaging readers in an interactive, topical and stimulating manner.
195 pages; Publisher: Kagiso Literer; 1. uitgawe edition (1994) Language: Afrikaans ISBN-10: 079863474X ISBN-13: 978-0798634748 Novel about a young Afrikaans man coming to terms (or not coming to terms) with his sexuality and with the fact that his father worked as a member of a Police death squad during the last decade of the apartheid regime.
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