Constitutions in transition
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Constitutions in transition

References

Barnett, H. Constitutional & Administrative Law, 2011, Oxon, Routledge-Cavendish.
Blackstone. W (Sir), Commentaries on the Laws of England (1765–69), 2011 edn, Morrison, W. (ed), London, Cavendish Publishing.
Cantwell, J. and Mitchell, E. (2003) ‘The coming of age of the Charter’, University of New Brunswick Law Journal, vol. 52, pp. 181–2.
Chitty, J, Law of the Prerogatives of the Crown, 1820, London, Butterworths.
De Vos, P. (2001) ‘Grootboom, the right of access to housing and substantive equality as constitutional fairness’, South African Journal on Human Rights, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 258–76.
Dicey, A.V. (1885) Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution [Online], Indianapolis, LibertyClassics. Available at http://files.libertyfund.org/files/1714/0125_Bk.pdf (Accessed 30 April 2015).
Himonga, C., Taylor, M. and Pope, A. (2013) ‘Reflections on judicial views of ubuntu’, Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, vol. 16, no. 5, pp. 369–427.
Klare, K. (1998) ‘Legal culture and transformative constitutionalism’, South African Journal on Human Rights, vol. 14, pp. 146–88.
Loveland, I. (2015) Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, and Human Rights: A Critical Introduction, 7th edn, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Madlingozi, T. (2007) ‘Good victim, bad victim: Apartheid’s beneficiaries, victims, and the struggle for social justice’, in Le Roux, W. and van Marle, K. (eds) Law, Memory and the Legacy of Apartheid, Pretoria, Pretoria University Press, pp. 107–26.
Sossin, L. (2003) ‘The supremacy of God, human dignity and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms’, University of New Brunswick Law Journal, vol. 52, pp. 227–42.
Wilson, R.A. (2000) ‘Reconciliation and revenge in post-apartheid South Africa’, Current Anthropology, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 75−98.
Cases
Attorney-General of Manitoba v Attorney-General of Canada [1981]1 SCR 753
Attorney-General of Ontario v Attorney-General of Canada [1947] AC 127 (PC)
Government of the Republic of South Africa v Grootboom 2001 (1) SA 46
Mayelane v Ngwenyama [2013] ZACC 14
Reference re Secession of Quebec (1998) 161 DLR 385
Soobramoney v Minister of Health, KwaZulu-Natal 1998 (1) SA 765
State v Makwanyane [1995] ZACC 3
Thoburn v Sunderland CC [2002] EWHC 195 (Admin), [2003] QB 151
Legislation
Basic Law (Grundgesetz)
British North America (Constitution) Act 1867
Canada Act 1982
Constitution Act 1982
Constitution of the Republic of South Africa (Interim) [No 200 of 1993]
Constitution of the Republic of South Africa [No 108 of 1996]
Criminal Procedure Act [No 51 of 1977]
European Communities Act 1972 c 68
Human Rights Act 1998 c 42
Statute of Westminster 1931
Weights and Measures Act 1985 c 72
International instruments
European Convention on Human Rights
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Other sources
Bingham, T. (2010) The Rule of Law [Lecture at the RSA], 10 March.
Hicks, B. (2010) ‘A modest proposal: turn all Aboriginal lands into the 11th province’, This Magazine, 19 January [Online]. Available at http://this.org/magazine/2010/01/19/aboriginal-province/ (Accessed 20 July 2015).
Maer, L. and Gay, O. (2009) The Royal Prerogative, House of Commons Briefing Paper SN/PC03861; last updated 30 December 2009. Available at http://www.parliament.uk/briefing-papers/SN03861.pdf (Accessed 30 April 2015).
Mogoeng, M. (2013) ‘The rule of law in South Africa: measuring judicial performance and meeting standards’ speech given at Chatham House [Online]. Available at http://www.chathamhouse.org/sites/files/chathamhouse/public/Meetings/Meeting%20Transcripts/250613Mogoeng.pdf (Accessed 23 June 2015).
The Open University (1998) ‘Rousseau in Africa: democracy in the making’ [Video], 22 January.
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