This study explores and critiques law and law making in the nascent constitutional democracy in the new South Africa, with a focus on the complex roles of the executive, parliament, political parties, the media and civil society. The capacity and potential in the judiciary and the legal profession in promoting and protecting values and rights of equality and non-discrimination is examined. Substantive equality and non-discrimination law in theory and in practice is considered critically, from a broad historical and social context that highlights areas of race, gender, disability, harassment and hate speech, socio-economic rights, and legal services. International human rights law and comparative law aspects are skillfully interwoven in this pioneering scholarly work.City of Cape Town v AD Outpost (Pty) Ltd and Another 2000 (2) SA 733 (Single judge presiding) Municipal by-law ... Peens v Minister of Safety and Security and Others 2000 (4) SA 727 (T) (Single judge presiding) Challenge to section 57 of the South African Police Service Act, 68 of ... the appelant (Woolworths) had argued that it was an inherent requirement of the job that whoever was appointed had toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Equality and Non-discrimination in South Africa|
|Publisher||:||New Africa Books - 2001|