Constitutional Court Review X

EDITORIAL
1. Constitutional Court Review Beyond the Global
Pandemic
David Bilchitz
III
LEAD ESSAYS
2. The Constitutional Court’s 2018 Term: Lawfare or Window on the Struggle for Democratic Social Transformation?
Theunis Roux, University of New South Wales
1
3. Judicial Appointments in India: From Pillar to Post
Arghya Sengupta, Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy,
& Jay Vinayak Ojha, Independent
43
SYMPOSIUM: REFUGEE LAW
4. Access to Effective Refugee Protection in South
Africa: Legislative Commitment, Policy Realities,
Judicial Rectifications?
Ruvi Ziegler, University of Reading
65
5. No Return to Persecution or Danger: Judicial
Application of the Principle of Non-Refoulement in
Refugee Law in South Africa and Malawi
Redson Edward Kapindu, High Court of Malawi
107
SYMPOSIUM: INTERNATIONAL LAW
6. The Constitutional Court’s Judgment in the SADC Tribunal Case: International Law Continues to Befuddle
Dire Tladi, University of Pretoria
129
7. We Are All International Lawyers; Now What? Taking Seriously the Constitutional Injunction to Integrate International Law Obligations into South African Law
Andreas Coutsoudis & Max du Plessis, University of KwaZulu-Natal
155
8. International Law, Access to Courts and Non-Retrogression: Law Society v President of the Republic of South Africa
Sanya Samtani, University of Oxford
197
ARTICLES
9. South Africa’s Doctrinal Decline on the Right to Protest: Notification Requirements and the Shift from Fundamental Right to National Security Threat
Jane Duncan, University of Johannesburg
227
10. What’s So Wrong with Quotas? An Argument for the Permissibility of Quotas under s 9(2) of the South African Constitution
Nomfundo Ramalekana, University of Oxford
251
11. Sexual Harassment and Disciplinary Procedures: Never the Twain Shall Meet
Bonita Meyersfeld, University of the Witwatersrand
301
12. The Constitutional Court on the Rights of Minority Trade Unions in a Majoritarian Collective Bargaining System
Stefan van Eck & Kamalesh Newaj, University
of Pretoria
331
13. ‘Swartman’: Racial Descriptor or Racial Slur? Rustenburg Platinum Mine v SAEWA obo Bester [2018] ZACC 13; 2018 (5) SA 78 (CC)
Joanna Botha, Nelson Mandela University
353
14. Where Is Property? Some Thoughts on the Theoretical Implications of Daniels v Scribante
Zsa-Zsa Boggenpoel & Bradley Slade, Stellenbosch University
379
15. The Problems with Prince: A Critical Analysis of Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development v Prince
Nabeelah Mia, South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional, Public, Human Rights
and International Law
401