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African Human Rights Law Journal

versão On-line ISSN 1996-2096
versão impressa ISSN 1609-073X

Afr. hum. rights law j. vol.8 no.2 Pretoria  2008

 

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Law, religion and human rights in Africa: Introduction

 

 

Johan D van der Vyver; M Christian Green

Center for the Study of Law and Religion, Emory University School of Law, Atlanta, USA

 

 

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1 MEC for Education: KwaZulu-Natal & Others v Pillay & Others 2008 1 SA 474 (CC); 2008 2 BCLR 99 (CC) paras 47 & 53.
2 Prince v President, Cape Law Society 2002 2 SA 794 (CC); 2002 3 BCLR 231 (CC).
3 Sheehamba v The State (unreported).
4 In re Chikweche 1995 4 SA 284 (ZSC).
5 Dzvova v Minister of Education, Sports and Culture & Others SC Case 26/07 (2007) ZNSC.
6 Pillay (n 1 above).
7 Tenteah v Republic of Liberia 7 LLR 63 (1940), holding that the sassywood method violated the rule against self-incrimination.
8 2006 1 SA 524; 2006 3 BCLR 355 (CC) para 93.
9 2000 4 SA 757; 2000 10 BCLR 1051 (CC) para 36.
10 Constitution of the Republic of South Africa Act 108 of 1996, sec 7(2).
11 Ex Parte Speaker of the Western Cape Provincial Legislature 1997 4 SA 795 (CC); 1997 9 BCLR 1167 (CC).
12 See the US Department of State Report of 2002, cited by Emmanuel Kwabena Quansah, Botswana representative at the Durban Conference.
13 Ch C20 of the Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.tion Board v Erna Elizabeth Frank & Another 2001 NR 107 (SC).
14 See, eg, the Shop Hours (Extended Hours) Order of 1990, as amended.
15 Association sans but lucrative Les Témoins de Jehovah v La République du Zaïre, Judgment RA 266 of 8 January 1993.
16 S v Smith & Others 1997 1 BCLR 70 (Nm).
17 Chairperson of the Immigration Selec
18 Civil Union Act 17 of 2006.
19 Medical and Dental Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal v Okonkwo [2001] FWLR (Pt 44) 542.
20 See eg Hay v B & Others 2003 3 SA 492 (W).
21 State v Motlogelwa Case KN17/1990 (unreported) confirmed by the High Court in Review Case 155/1990 (unreported).
22 Kamanakao 1 & Others v Attorney-General & Another [2001] 2 BLR 654.
23 Constitution (Amendment) Act 2005.
24 Constitution of the Republic of Nigeria (1999), art 15(3)(c).
25 Art 15(3)(d).
26 Art 15(2).
27 Art III(ii) of the Constitution of Republic of Uganda (1992).
28 Art III(iii).
29 Art 6(2) of the Constitution of Sierra Leone (1991).
30 Sesane & Others v Attorney-General [2006] 2 BLR 633.
31 Ryland v Edros 1997 2 SA 690 (CC); 1997 1 BCLR 77 (CC); S v Lawrence; S v Negal; S v Solberg 1997 4 SA 1176 (CC); 1997 10 BCLR 1348 (CC); Amod v Multilateral Motor Vehicle Accident Fund 1999 4 SA 1319 (SCA).

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