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Mnisi, S. and Claassens, A. 2012. Tensions between
vernacular values that prioritise basic needs and state
versions of customary law that contradict them: "we
love these fields that feed us, but not at the expense
of a person". In S. Liebenberg and G. Quinot (eds),
Law and Poverty. Perspectives from South Africa and
Beyond, pp. 381-402. Claremont, South Africa: Juta. ISBN
Nijzink, L. 2012. Accountability compromised: floor crossing
in Malawi and South Africa. In D.M. Chirwa and L. Nijzink
(eds), Accountable Government in Africa, pp. 178-199.
Cape Town, South Africa: UCT Press. ISBN 9781919895376.
Olugbuo, B. 2012. Thematic prosecution of international
sex crimes and stigmatisation of victims and survivors: two
sides of the same coin? In M. Bergsmo (ed.), Thematic
Prosecution of International Sex Crimes, pp. 109-136. 2012.
Beijing: TOAEP/Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher. ISBN
Oxtoby, C.C. and Powell, C. 2012. Terrorism and governance
in South Africa and eastern Africa. In V. Ramraj, M. Hor, K.
Roach and G. Williams (eds), Global Anti-Terrorism Law and
Policy, pp. 573-596. United States: Cambridge University
Press. ISBN 9781107014671.
Powell, C. 2012. The United Nations Security Council,
terrorism and the rule of law. In V. Ramraj, M. Hor, K. Roach
and G. Williams (eds), Global Anti-Terrorism Law and
Policy, pp. 19-43. 2nd edition. United States: Cambridge
University Press. ISBN 9781107014671.
Schwikkard, P.J. 2012. A constitutional revolution in South
African criminal procedure? In P. Roberts and J. Hunter
(eds), Criminal Evidence and Human Rights. Reimagining
Common Law Procedural Traditions, pp. 25-54. United
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Schwikkard, P.J. 2012. Evidence. In S. Woolman and M.
Bishop (eds), Constitutional Law of South Africa, pp. 52:1-
52:30. 2ndedition. SouthAfrica: Juta. ISBN97807021713080.
Stenning, P.C. and Shearing, C.D. 2011. The shifting
boundaries of policing globalisation and its possibilities. In
T. Newburn and J. Peay (eds), Policing, Politics, Culture and
Control. Essays in Honour of Robert Reiner, pp. 265-284.
United Kingdom: Hart Publishing. ISBN 9781849463003.
Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Bargueno, D.P. 2012. Cash for genocide? The politics of
memory in the Herero case for reparations. Holocaust and
Genocide Studies, 26(3): 394-424.
Barnard-Naude, A.J. and De Vos, P. 2012. Die politiek van
die estetiese in n postkoloniale konteks: menswaardigheid
en vryheid van uitdrukking in die debat rondom Brett Murray
se skildery The Spear. LitNet Akademies, 9(2): 176-201.
Bennett, T.W. 2012. An African doctrine of equity in South
African public law. Loyola Law Review, 57(2012): 709-726.
Bennett, T.W. and Jacobs, P.J. 2012. The spoor law: an
anachronism or constitutional misfit? South African Journal
of Criminal Justice, 25(2): 213-234.
Bennett, T.W. and Mostert, H. 2012. Access to property in
Africa: an introductory survey. Acta Juridica, 1(2011): 1-2.
Burchell, J., Phelps, K. and Smythe, D.L. 2012. Jurisdiction
spotlight: South Africa. Journal of Commonwealth Criminal
Law, 1: 125-156.
Calland, R. andNakhooda, N. 2012. Participatory democracy
meets the hard rock of energy policy: South Africa's
national integrated resource plan. Democratization, 19(5):
Cheadle, H.M. 2012. Reception of international labour
standards in common-law legal systems. Acta Juridica,
1(2012): 348-364.
Claassens, A.E. 2011. Contested power and apartheid
tribal boundaries: the implications of 'living customary law'
for indigenous accountability mechanisms. Acta Juridica,
1(2011): 174-209.
Concetta, L. 2012. Prison reforms in Mozambique fail to
touch the ground. Accessing the experience of pre-trial
detainees in Maputo. South African Crime Quarterly, 42:
Corder, H.M. 2012. 'Building a nation': the judicial role in
South Africa. Law in Context, 28(8): 60-75.
De Vos, P. 2012. Looking backward, looking forward: 'race',
corrective measures, and the South African constitutional
court. Transformation, 79(2012): 144-167.
De Vos, P. 2012. Proposed assessment of South Africa's
constitutional court: danger or opportunity? Public Law
Review, 23(2): 69-74.
De Vos, P. 2012. The past is unpredictable: race redress
and remembrance in the South African constitution. South
African Law Journal, 129(2012): 73-103.