In this visionary book, Cormac Cullinan explains how, if the community of life on Earth is to survive, a new understanding of nature and a new concept of legal systems are needed. Cullinan proposes a new approach or "e;Earth Jurisprudence"e; and gives practical guidance on how to begin moving towards it. He shows that this philosophy could help develop new legal systems that would foster human connections to nature. It would encourage personal and social practices that ensure our planet remains liveable.Wild Law is an inspiring and stimulating book, which fuses politics, legal theory, ancient wisdom and personal experiences into a fascinating and eminently readable story.
This title incorporates the changes introduced by the latest amendments to the Labour Relations Amendment Act and the Basic Conditions of Employment Amendment Act. It consolidates the law of unfair dismissal into an accessible resource for both employers
This book is not merely a new edition, but a complete and significantly expanded rewrite. It comprises over 900 pages of expert and in-depth exposition of this complex subject that has become so important in the modern global economy. Already established over four previous editions as the pre-eminent work on the subject it is a 'must-own book' for all students and practitioners of tax, whether from a legal, business or accounting perspective. Professor Lynette Olivier and Michael Honiball are without peer in their understanding and clarity in this highly specialised field. Five new chapters have been added on: Taxation of individuals; Taxation of Companies and Dividends; Taxation of Partnerships; Cross-border VAT; and Interpretation of Statutes.
Corporate Governance (Fourth Edition) continues to inform on all aspects of corporate governance, while keeping readers up to date with the latest developments. It is now established as the leading South African work on the subject. The past five years since publication of the third edition has seen a number of changes in the application of corporate governance in South Africa and beyond. Locally, we have seen the application of the 2008 Companies Act, and in the United Kingdom, a new Corporate Governance Code has been introduced. Significant developments have taken place in the area of corporate reporting, via the appearance of an International Integrated Reporting Framework, widening the s...
From 1 May 2011 company law in South Africa was dramatically altered: the 1973 Act which had governed companies for the life-times of most business people and lawyers in South Africa was replaced by the Companies Act of 2008, as amended in March 2011. A new era of company law dawned, and with it a host of new concepts, rights, remedies, obligations, procedures and sanctions were introduced. These fundamentally affect the way that every business operates and the advice and practice of every lawyer, accountant or other professional adviser. This book, the first to cover the new Act and the new regulations, provides the hand-holding, the insight, and the understanding that business and their advisers require in order not to be wrong-footed by the new regime.
A timely collection of essays, Contested Intimacies offers five unique analyses of the ways that sexuality, gender, and the law interact in eastern and southern African countries, primarily Uganda and South Africa. The authors argue strenuously for social critiques of the law that attend to the intricate intersections between different aspects of identity, whether class, race, national identity, within national, continental, and global debates about the status of gender and sexual minorities. Contested Intimacies creates a critical space in which feminists and LGBTI communities, along with their allies, can forge new strategies in the effort to create a more just world, whether at the level of immediate locality, nation, or the continent. Siber Ink Publishers are proud to have collaborated with The International Academic Programmes Office (IAPO) and The Centre for African Studies (CAS), both at UCT, to make this publication possible.
The book contains listings of well over 40 different publishers. There are useful resources for writers and publishers. The back of the catalogue contains articles and short essays about the publishing scene in mostly, but not only Anglophone Africa. There are also items and innovations that are of interest to writers, booksellers, publishers, librarians, and all of those who are interested in the world of African publishing and book development.
International Economic Law and African Development discusses international perspectives on African law and economic development in the light of broader globalisation imperatives. It is the third in what can loosely be described as a series on Africa and gobalisation by the Mandela Institute, the first two being Globalisation and Governance and International Economic Law - Voices of Africa.