Southern African Public Law

Southern African Public Law is an accredited journal and is published bi-annually. It aims to stimulate debate about public law issues and provides a forum for discussion and critical reflection on a variety of public law issues, from the theory and practice of human rights, to constitutional and administrative law, environmental law, regional government and land reforms. It publishes contributions in the fields of constitutional and administrative law, human rights, constitutional and statutory interpretation, public international law, legal and constitutional theory, environmental law, local government law and closely related fields. Southern African Public Law (SAPL) intends to provide space for deliberation to academics and intellectuals from the Southern African Development Community in the field of public law.


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Vol 32, No 1&2 (2017): Twenty-first Century Constitutional Jurisprudence of South Africa: The Contribution of Former Chief Justice S. Sandile Ngcobo

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