Constitutional Court Review III

Elections
1. Liable Lies
Nicholas Stephanopoulos
1
2. Autonomy, Fairness, Pragmatism, and False Electoral Speech: An Analysis of Democratic Alliance v African National Congress
Geo Quinot & P J H Maree
23
3. My Vote Counts: The Basis and Limits of a Constitutional Requirement
of Political Disclosure
Graeme Orr
52
4. My Vote Counts, International Standards and Transparency of Political Party
Funding: Does the State Have a Duty to Provide for Continuous and
Systematic Disclosure?
Joo-Cheong Tham
74
5. Don’t Blame the Librarian if No One Has Written the Book:’ My Vote
Counts
and the Information Required to Exercise the Franchise
Toerien van Wyk
97
The Public Protector
6. A Politics of Accountability: How South Africa’s Judicial Recognition of
the Binding Legal Effect of the Public Protector’s Recommendations
Had a Catalysing Effect that Brought Down a President
Stu Woolman
155
7. ‘Coercing Virtue’ in the Constitutional Court: Neutral Principles,
Rationality and the Nkandla Problem
Michael Tsele
193
Commissions and Legal Aid
8. Reconceiving Commissions of Inquiry as Plural and Participatory
Institutions: A Critical Reflection on Magidiwana
Grant Hoole
221
9. The Right to Civil Legal Aid in South Africa: Legal Aid South Africa v
Magidiwana

Magidiwana
Jason Brickhill & Christine Grobler
256
Gender and the Judiciary
10. Ms. Elsie Klaase and the Constitutional Court’s Missing Women
Mateenah Hunter & Tim Fish Hodgson
283
11. Twenty-Three Years of Gender Transformation in the Constitutional
Court of South Africa: Progress or Regression
Moses Retselisitsoe Phooko & Sibusiso Blessing Radebe
306
Case Comment
12. South African Reserve Bank v Shuttleworth: A Constitutional Lawyer’s
Nightmare
Cora Hoexter
333