Introduction to the Conflict Plaguing the Outsourced Worker’s Relationship Labour laws stand in prima facie conflict with the established triangular employment relationship between an employee and their two employers in relation to Temporary Employment Services. This has therefore resulted in utilising As a consequence of this triangular relationship, the utilisation of a TES has […]Read more "The Story of the Temporary Employment Service Worker"
By Clifford Smith Abstract This article will examine the problematical area of international criminals accused of serious crimes and avoiding arrest. In turn, it cast serious doubts about the effectiveness of the international criminal justice system. It proposes creating a UN Special Task Force that would operate globally to arrest international fugitives. The model […]Read more "Proposed UN Model for Arresting International Criminals"
By Allen West The formal validity of a marriage is determined by the law of the place where the marriage is solemnized, i.e. the lex loci celebrationis. This, however, does not imply that the law of the country where the marriage was solemnized, governs the legal and proprietary consequences of such marriage. In terms of South African […]Read more "Foreign Marriages in South Africa"
Leaving the European Union and its Implications By Rui Lopes An Introduction to the European Union The European Union (EU), founded on 1 November 1993, is a political and economic association of 28 member states within the European continent. At its core, the EU strives to provide a single market concept, attained through the standardisation of laws […]Read more "“Should I Stay or Should I Go Now”"
The Potential Legal Effects of Africa’s Withdrawal from the International Criminal Court as a Result of the Omar Al-Bashir Debacle The mass withdrawal of the Rome Statute by African states leaves most of them with little to no discretion on whether to prosecute jus cogens crimes envisaged in the courts jurisdiction due to the absence of the complementarity principle, the […]Read more "Omar Dis-Appear"
The Silencing of South Africa’s Public Protector The Public Protector, in theory, was designed and created to strengthen the constitutional democracy within South Africa along with the other Constitutional Institutions established under Chapter 9 of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. In order to strengthen this constitutional democracy, it is imperative that the Public […]Read more "Thula Madonsela!"
An Inconvenient Truth about South Africa’s Sugar Tax Introduction to South Africa’s Sugary Problem South African’s are too obese. That is unfortunately one of the very inconvenient truths plaguing the country at the moment, with South Africa possessing one of the highest death rates associated to sugary beverages in the world. This has prompted […]Read more "Milking the Honeypot"