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Anniversary of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights on the Rights of Women in AfricaRead more about Call for Posts—Public Law Corner
From 2023, the Southern African Public Law Journal (SAPL) will be devoting a part of its issues to the publication of commentaries on public law development across the continent in indigenous African languages.Read more about Indigenous African Languages
In association with the Southern African Public Law Journal (SAPL), the Public Law Corner (PLC) is a contemporary space for legal practitioners, students, academics, and people beyond the legal sector to engage with relevant and current legal issues related to public law. Our main aim is to amplify all voices and issues in public law that are often excluded from formal publications. Contributions will be published in the Public Law Corner (PLC) as a section in SAPL.Read more about Public Law Corner
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to negatively impact the social, political and economic conditions of many African countries. This position has led to numerous, and varied, normative responses by African governments, African regional institutions and external actors. Some of these responses have curtailed fundamental rights, and in many cases, have been unable to effectively address the socio-economic challenges brought about by the pandemic.Read more about Call for Papers: The impact of Covid-19 on constitutionalism and the rule of law in Africa
SAPL Volume 35 (1) of 2020Read more about New Issue
2018-12-24Southern African Public Law, Vol 33(2) of 2018 Read more about New Issue