Community Development: Breaking the cycle of poverty

Community Development: Breaking the cycle of poverty

Community development is both a collective effort and an achievement driven by individual facilitators with the aim of lifting a community out of poverty. The sixth edition of Community Development: Breaking the cycle of poverty continues to be a definitive guide for...

Legislating Life – SA’s Battle for Marine Preservation

Legislating Life – SA’s Battle for Marine Preservation

Life rose from our oceans. Covering some 72 per cent of the Earth's surface and 225 million square kilometres, the ocean has always been an important source of food and oxygen for the life it helped generate. But from the earliest recorded human history, it has also...

Author Profile – Annamagriet De Wet

Author Profile – Annamagriet De Wet

Even though there are ample laws that protect learners and other role-players from exclusion, marginalisation and discrimination in schools, litigation and research have shown that education departments, school governing bodies (SGBs), managers, teachers and even...

Past, present and future: navigating the new world of work

Past, present and future: navigating the new world of work

Past, present and future: navigating the new world of work Botha, T. & Vrba, MJ. (eds). 2021. Contemporary Management Principles 2nd ed. Cape Town: Juta and Company (Pty) Ltd. South Africans recognise and celebrate the rich heritage of our diverse cultures during...

Author Profile – Anel du Plessis

Author Profile – Anel du Plessis

Environmental Law and Local Government in South Africa is the only work of its kind to extensively analyse South African environmental law and policy for local government. The second edition offers a novel collection of theoretical scholarship and real-life examples...

Author Profile  – Marda Horn, Ina Knobel and Mitzi Wiese

Author Profile – Marda Horn, Ina Knobel and Mitzi Wiese

The 8th edition of Introduction to the Law of Property provides a first introduction for an undergraduate student in property  law. The contents are restricted to what the authors regard as essential for these students. Under the new authorship, the Introduction still...

What it means to be a woman in South Africa today

What it means to be a woman in South Africa today

Celebrating Women’s Month is a mixed blessing - while legally the rights for women in South Africa are the best they have ever been, there is a lot of action waiting to be enforced to realise that into effective and sustainable outcomes. We spoke to some of our...

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