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Back Book Title Acta Juridica 2017

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Acta Juridica 2017
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- Andrews, P (Editor) ; Davis, D (Editor) ; Masengu, T (Editor)
- South Africa
- Juta & Company, South Africa
- 2018
- 300p.
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• Foreword – Edwin Cameron • Editors’ Introduction – Penelope Andrews, Dennis Davis and Tabeth Masengu • Section A: Justice Moseneke, judicial engagement and the separation of powers • o Institutional integrity and the promise of constitutionalism: Justice Moseneke, judicial authority and the separation of powers – Heinz Klug • o From parliamentary to judicial supremacy: Reflections on the constitutionalism of Justice Moseneke – Peter Danchin • o Law as justification: Glenister, separation of powers and the rule of law – Cathleen Powell • o Deputy Chief Justice Moseneke’s approach to the separation of powers in South Africa – Mtendeweka Mhango andNtombizozuko Dyani-Mhango • Section B: Justice Moseneke, transformation, equality and indigeneity • o The Constitutional Court of Justice Moseneke and the decolonisation of law: Revisiting the relationships between indigenous law and common law – Chuma Himonga • o Reimagining power relations: Hierarchies of disadvantage and affirmative action – Sandra Fredman • o Restitutionary measures properly understood and the extension of the quota ban – Locating SARIPA in the s 9(2) Van Heerden framework – Lauren Kohn and Raisa Cachalia • o Transformative vision in liberal rights jurisprudence on racial equality: A lesson from Justice Moseneke – Tendayi Achiume • Section C: Justice Moseneke and economic justice • o Moseneke and economic justice – Fayeeza Kathree-Setiloane • o Imagining equity and inclusion: South Africa’s international economic politics and reflections on the writings of Justice Dikgang Moseneke – Erika George • o Justice Moseneke and the emergence of a new master-signifier in the South African law of contract – Jaco Barnard-Naude • Section D: Personal reflections • o A tribute to Justice Dikgang Moseneke – Kate O’Regan • o Moseneke—Patriot—More than a Deputy Chief Justice – Mohamed Navsa • o A tribute to Justice Dikgang Moseneke – Sindiso Mnisi • o A tribute to Justice Dikgang Moseneke – Albie Sachs

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