25 Stellenbosch L. Rev. [i] (2014)

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LAW REVIEW
STELLENBOSSE
REGSTYDSKRIF
2014 1
CONTENTS / INHOUD
G uidelines  for  C ontributors  .....................................................................  1
O uteu rsinligtin g  .......................................................................................  2
Where is the Map to Guide Common-Law Development? by DMDavis ....     3
The Role of Law Faculties and Law Academics: Academic Education
or Qualification for Practice by Jonathan Campbell ...........................  15
Fracking in the Karoo: Approvals Required? by Jeannie van Wyk ..........  34
Sales in Execution of Immovable Property, The Rules of Court and
the Consumer Protection Act Regulations: Back to the Drawing
Board? by Charl Hugo & Elmien du Plessis ......................................  55
Does Method Really Matter? Reconsidering the Role of Common-
Law Remedies in the Eviction Paradigm by Zsa-Zsa Temmers
B ogg enp o el  ..........................................................................................  7 2
Bequest of a Business Concern with all its Assets and Liabilities:
Some Comments [Discussion of Gradus v Sport Helicopters also
known as Sport Aviation (19879/2008) 2012 ZAWCHC 365
(28 November 2012)] byAnton van der Linde ....................................  99
Addressing the Issue in Harvey v Umhlatuze Municipality in
L egislation  by  B V Slade .......................................................................  116
The Legal Recognition of Child-Headed Households: Is our Focus
where it should be? by Hanneretha Kruger .........................................  126
Tenure Security and Farmland: Will Recent Policy and Legislative
Developments Improve the Plight of Rural Dwellers?
by  P riviledge  D hliw ayo  .......................................................................  143
Defining the Limits of the Common-Law, South African and European
Privilege against Self-Incrimination by C Theophilopoulos ...............  160
Local Government Indigent Policies in the Pursuit of Social Justice in
South Africa through the lenses of Fraser by Oliver Fuo ...................  187
Beyond UNCITRAL: The Challenges of Procurement Reform
Implementation in Africa by Sope Williams-Elegbe ............................  209
B ook  R eview s / B oekresensies ................................................................  225

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