Open Access Catalogue

A select collection of OPEN ACCESS journals and articles free for you to read and download.

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Regspraak: Géén teenprestasie vir ’n serwituut van parkering oor eiendom van ’n aandeleblokskema – bedenklik – ook wat kompetensie betrefs

Author: JC Sonnekus

ISSN: 1996-2207
Affiliations: Universiteit van Johannesburg
Source: Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg, Issue 3, 2021, p. 571-602
https://doi.org/10.47348/TSAR/2021/i3a9

Time for Cinderella to go to the ball: Reflections on the right to freedom of scientific research

Author: Donrich W Thaldar & Michaela Steytler

ISSN: 1996-2177
Affiliations: School of Law, University of KwaZulu-Natal; School of Law, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Source: South African Law Journal, Volume 138 Issue 1, p. 260-288
https://doi.org/10.47348/SALJ/v138/i2a2

Assessment of the impact of electronic fiscal devices on compliance and VAT collection in Malawi

Authors: James Manuel Kenani (jkenani@mra.mw), Michael Masiya (mmasiya@ataftax.org), Mercy Samantha Njolomole (mnjolomole@mra.mw)

ISSN: 2709-8575
Affiliations: Manager-Tax Policy Analysis & Strategy, Policy Planning & Research Division, Malawi Revenue Authority; Researcher, Research Division, African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF); Manager-Research & Statistics, Policy Planning & Research Division, Malawi Revenue Authority
Source: African Multidisciplinary Tax Journal, 2021 Issue 1, p. 1-21
https://doi.org/10.47348/AMTJ/2021/i1a1

Analysis of the potential and fiscal effort of the countries of the West African Economic and Monetary Union

Authors: Larba Issa Kobyagda (kobiss13@yahoo.fr), Kouadio Yves Arnaud Binin (binin_yves@outlook.fr)

ISSN: 2709-8575
Affiliations: Economiste, ancien Secrétaire permament du Comité de politique fiscale du Burkina Faso; Economiste
Source: African Multidisciplinary Tax Journal, 2021 Issue 1, p. 22-41
https://doi.org/10.47348/AMTJ/2021/i1a2

Revisiting the role of the judiciary in enforcing the state’s duty to provide access to the minimum core content of socio-economic rights in South Africa and Kenya

Author: Justice Alfred Mavedzenge

ISSN: 2521-2605
Affiliations: Research Fellow at the Democratic Governance and Rights Unit of the University of Cape Town, and a Legal Advisor at the International Commission of Jurists
Source: Journal of Comparative Law in Africa, Volume 7 Issue 2, p. 60 – 89
https://doi.org/10.47348/JCLA/v7/i2a3

Practical implications for the electoral system: New Nation Movement NPC v President of the Republic of South Africa

Author: Loammi Wolf

ISSN: 1996-2177
Affiliations: Research Advisor, UFS Centre for Human Rights, University of the Free State
Source: South African Law Journal, Volume 138 Issue 1, p. 58-87
https://doi.org/10.47348/SALJ/v138/i1a4

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Editor/s N/A 

ISSN: 1821-8962
Affiliations: None

Journal of the African Union Commission on International Law (AUCIL)

Editor/s N/A 

ISSN: 1821-8962
Affiliations: None

Coronanomics

Author Mervyn E King

ISSN: 2519-7886
Affiliations: None
Source: The Corporate Report, Volume 10 Issue 1, 2020, p. 1 – 5

Levelling the playing field to promote technology transfer and innovation in African least developed countries

Author Fernando Dos Santos

ISSN: 2521-2591
Affiliations: Laurea (Trento), LLM (London), PhD (Wits)
Source: South African Intellectual Property Law Journal, 2020, p. 35 – 55

The Turquand Rule in South Africa Company Law: A(nother) Suggested Solution

Author Etienne Aubrey Olivier

ISSN: 2521-2575
Affiliations: LLD candidate, University of the Western Cape
Source: The Journal of Corporate and Commercial Law & Practice, Volume 5 Issue 2, 2019, p. 1 – 28

The Effect of Copyright Term Length on South African Book Markets (with Reference to the Google Book Project)

Author Paul J Heald

ISSN: 2521-2591
Affiliations: Richard W. & Marie L. Corman Research Professor, University of Illinois (USA) College of Law
Fellow (2018), Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study (STIAS), Stellenbosch University
Source: South African Intellectual Property Law Journal, 2019, p. 71 – 98

Oudekraal after Fifteen Years: The Second Act (or, A Reassessment of the Status and Force of Defective Administrative Decisions Pending Judicial Review)

Author DM Pretorius

ISSN: 1016-4359
Affiliations: BA (Hons) LLB LLM PhD PGCE; Partner: Bowmans, Johannesburg; Director: St Augustine College of South Africa
Source: Stellenbosch Law Review, Volume 31 Issue 1, 2020, p. 3 – 36