Previous Volumes of the Constitutional Court Review

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Lead essays/responses
1. Lead Essay: Frank I Michelman (Harvard): On the uses of Interpretive Charity: Some Notes on Application, Avoidance, Equality and Objective Unconstitutionality from the 2007 term of the Constitutional Court of South Africa
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2. Reply: Tshepo Madlingozi (Pretoria): The Constitutional Court, Court Watchers and the Commons: A Reply to Professor Michelman on Constitutional Dialogue, ‘Interpretive Charity’ and the Citizenry as Sangomas
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3. Lead Essay: AJ van der Walt (Stellenbosch): Normative Pluralism and Anarchy: Reflections on the 2007 Term
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4. Reply: Karl Klare (Northeastern): Legal Subsidiarity and Constitutional Rights: A Reply to AJ van der Walt
129
Articles
5. Jaco Barnard-Naudé (Cape Town): ‘Oh, What a Tangled Web we
Weave …’ Hegemony, Freedom of Contract, Good Faith and Transformation – Towards a Politics of Friendship in the Politics of Contract
155
6. Cora Hoexter (Witwatersrand): Clearing the Intersection? Administrative Law and Labour Law in the Constitutional Court
209
Comments and Replies
7. Loretta Feris (Cape Town): Sustainable Development in Practice: Fuel Retailers Association of Southern Africa v Director- General Environmental Management, Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Environment, Mpumalanga Province 235
8. Dire Tladi (United Nations): Fuel Retailers, Sustainable Development & Integration: A Response to Feris 255
9. Patrick Lenta (KwaZulu Natal): Cultural and Religious Accommodations to School Uniform Regulations 259
10. Iain T Benson (Advocate/Canadian Bar): The Case for Religious Inclusivism and the Judicial Recognition of Religious Associational Rights: A Response to Lenta 295
Comments
11. Glenn Penfold & Dario Milo (Attorneys/Webber Wentzel): Media Freedom and the Law of Privacy: NM & Others v Smith & Others (Freedom of Expression Institute as Amicus Curiae) 311
12. Sanele Sibanda (Witwatersrand): Wanted: A Principled Approach to the Balancing of Policy Considerations Steenkamp NO v Provincial Tender Board, Eastern Cape 335
13. Ann Skelton (Pretoria): Severing the Umbilical Cord: A Subtle Jurisprudential Shift Regarding Children and their Primary Caregivers 351

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Lead essays/responses
1. Lead Essay: Sujit Choudhry (NYU/Berkeley): ‘He had a Mandate’: The South African Constitutional Court and the African National Congress in a Dominant Party Democracy 1
2. Reply: Jonathan Klaaren (Witwatersrand): Dominant Democracy in South Africa? A Response to Choudhry 87
3. Lead Essay: Stephen Ellmann (New York): Marking the Path of the Law 97
4. Reply: Christopher Mbazira (Makerere): The Role of Transboundary Dialogue: A Response to Stephen Ellmann
145
Articles
5. Catherine Albertyn (Witwatersrand): ‘The Stubborn Persistence of Patriarchy’? Gender
Equality and Cultural Diversity in South Africa
165
6. Martin Brassey (Advocate/Johannesburg Bar): Back Off But Back Up! Administrative Law Rightly Yields to Labour Law 209
7. Hugh Corder (Cape Town): Principled Calm Amidst a Shameless Storm: Testing the Limits of the Judicial Regulation of Legislative and Executive Power
239
8. Frank Snyckers (Advocate/Johannesburg Bar): The Flight from Rights: Rule Aversion in
Dealing with the Criminal Process Molimi, Zuma, Thint (Holdings), Shaik and Zealand
269
Comments
9. Michael Bishop (Cape Town): Vampire or Prince? The Listening Constitution and Merafong Demarcation Forum & Others v President of the Republic of South Africa & Others 313
10. Lilian Chenwi (Witwatersrand): A New Approach to Remedies in Socio-Economic Rights Adjudication: Occupiers of 51 Olivia Road and Others v City of Johannesburg and Others 371
11. Drucilla Cornell (Rutgers/London): The Significance of the Living Customary Law for an Understanding of Law: Does Custom Allow for a Woman to be Hosi? 395
12. Pierre De Vos (Cape Town): Between Moral Authority and Formalism: Nyathi v Member of Executive Council for Dept of Health, Gauteng 409
13. Nico Steytler (Western Cape): The Decision in Wary Holdings (Pty) Ltd v Stalwo (Pty) Ltd and Another 2009 (1) SA 337 (CC): Be Wary of these Holdings 429

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Lead essays/responses
1. Lead Essay: Heinz Klug (Wisconsin): Finding the Constitutional Court’s Place in South Africa’s Democracy: the interaction of principle and institutional pragmatism in the Court’s decision making
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2. Reply: Conrado Hübner Mendes (Sao Paolo): Fighting for their Place: Constitutional Courts as Political Actors: A Reply to Heinz Klug 33
Articles
3. David Bilchitz (Johannesburg): Citizenship and Community: Exploring the Right to Receive Basic Municipal Services in Joseph
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4. Jason Brickhil (Legal Resources Centre): Precedent and the Constitutional Court
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5. Geo Quinot (Stellenbosch): Substantive Reasoning in Administrative-Law Adjudication 111
6. Lucy A Williams (Columbia): The Role of Courts in the Quantitative-Implementation of Social and Economic Rights: A Comparative Study
141
Comments
7. Redson Edward Kapindu (SAIFAC/Johannesburg): The Desperate Left in Desperation: A court in Retreat — Nokotyana v Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality revisited
201
8. Kirsty McLean (Witwatersrand/Advocate, JHB Bar): Meaningful Engagement: One Step Forward or Two Back? Some Thoughts on Joe Slovo
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Articles
9. Thaddeus Metz (Johannesburg): The Reach of Amnesty for Political Crimes: Which Burdens on the Guilty does National Reconciliation Permit?
243
10. Bonita Meyersfeld (Witwatersrand): If You can See, Look: Domestic Partnerships and the Law 271
11. Denise Meyerson (Melbourne): Who’s In and Who’s Out? Inclusion and Exclusion in the Family Law Jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court of South Africa 295
Comments
12. Daria Roithmayr (Southern California): Lessons from Mazibuko: Persistent Inequality and the Commons 317
13. Karin van Marle (Pretoria): Reflections on Post-Apartheid Being and Becoming in the Aftermath of Amnesty: Du Toit v Minister of Safety and Security
347