Journal of Law, Society and Development

JLSD seeks to address various socio-economic, legal and political research issues, such as democracy and society, to find its proper niche and its feet in order to help the community it serves to understand these issues. It also aims to forge a path towards inclusive epistemological discussions and debate in South Africa and the world at large. Therefore, articles that resort in the social sciences, the natural sciences, the exact sciences or political science and which are relevent to the theme of law, society and development are invited for inclusion.

Vol 3, No 1 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
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Articles

OIL IN THE GULF OF GUINEA STATES AND SOUTH AFRICA IN THE MATRIX OF OVERLAPPING MEMBERSHIP OF AFRICAN REGIONAL COMMUNITIES: AN IMPEDIMENT TO REGIONAL INTEGRATION? PDF
Zingisile Ntozintle Jobodwana 6-30
FORCE MAJEURE, CHANGE OF CIRCUMSTANCES AND TERMINATION OF CONTRACT PDF
Shiyuan Han 31-44
AN EVALUATION OF THE CONSOLIDATED NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY BILL FOR LESOTHO: PART I PDF
Kananelo Mosito 45-66
THE UNCITRAL MODEL LAW ON INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION: INTERPRETATION, GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND ARBITRABILITY PDF
Pilar Perales Viscasillas 67-84
REGIONAL HARMONISATION OF CONTRACT LAW – IS IT FEASIBLE PDF
Bruno Zeller 85-98
THE ATTITUDE OF OHADA LAW COUNTRIES TOWARDS THE CISG PDF
Aristide Kahindo Nguru 99-114
THE ROLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN STRENGTHENING DEMOCRACY PDF
Mbuzeni Mathenjwa 115-131
THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE USE OF ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS IN INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS AT TEN: PRACTICAL RELEVANCE AND LESSONS LEARNED PDF
Luca G Castellani 132-152