- published: 18 Mar 2016
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This video summarises the lawmaking process in South Africa from policy making to the enactment of legislation.
May 30 - Legal professionals are sounding alarm bells over the standard of candidates graduating from South African law schools. They say graduates are entering the workplace with very few of the skills they need in order to be effective.
Africa has some of the dumbest laws in the world. Here are some of the most bizarre laws around Africa. Here are 110 Crazy Laws in Africa You Won't Believe Exist Source: 1. https://omgvoice.com/news/crazy-laws-african-countries/?geoip&country=GH 2. http://www.africaranking.com/most-bizarre-laws-in-africa/ Music: 1.http://www.bensound.com 2. http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free Have an idea for an African top 10 video? Leave them in the comment section below. Subscribe for more videos -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- For Ads Placement & Sponsorship, email us :email@example.com You can also support us on PayPal here: https://goo.gl/AeR6Dt -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
A Kenyan law lecturer, Professor Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba, has challenged Africans to embrace who they are in order to achieve economic growth and total liberation from the Western world. According to him, the myriad of challenges facing the African continent is as a result of the continuous reliance for assistance from “our former colonial masters”. He said it is about time African’s recognised that they are Africans and begin to behave as such and break the artificial boundaries that have been left behind by their colonial masters. Speaking on Citi FM ahead of the P.A.V Ansah Memorial Foundation Forum, Friday, Prof. Lumumba noted that, “Africa can only realise her potential if we only recognise that the boundaries bequeathed to us by the colonialists are artificial. And the sooner we ...
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/south-africa-gender-inequality-womens-rights-sexual-assault-violence The women living in Ulundi face a wide range of problems from being denied legal rights to being subjected to patriarchal violence and an overall lack of opportunity. Despite such adversity, these women remain hopeful and constantly fight for a better future. This report is part of the Pulitzer Center sponsored project: "Closing the Gender Gap in South Africa" (http://bit.ly/Qdr4rV)
In South Africa, land is a key issue ahead of the ruling party's national conference in December. The African National Congress is proposing that land expropriation without compensation should be allowed where “necessary and unavoidable”. Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa reports from Reivilo, South Africa. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Steph reports on breaking news. Dagga / Marijuana now legal in South Africa after Western Cape High Court ruling. Also, enter Steph's GoPro GiveAway, subscribe here then follow this link to like StephTV's Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/StephTV. For the Studio GiveAway send Steph a video reply stating why he should pick you. Simply upload to your own channel and share the link in the comments. Good luck everybody! Steph is making the GoPro GiveAway even sweeter, if he get's 750 Subscribers before the end of April 2017 his throwing in a GoDome as well, what!!? And as if that's not sweet enough he's even willing to up the stakes for 200 subscribers for this Sunday 2nd April 2017 by raising the ante with two 16 Gb SD Cards!!! That's insane! But if not he'll have to sell it on 2nd Ha...
Roosevelt House welcomes Edwin Cameron, Justice of the Constitutional Court, South Africa's highest court. He is one of South Africa's most prominent judicial figures and has a long history of activism, especially with regards to the fight against HIV and AIDS. Justice Cameron was the first, and remains the only, senior South African official to state publicly that he is living with HIV/AIDS. His latest book, Justice: A Personal Account, was published in February 2014. Cameron practiced at the Johannesburg Bar from 1983 to 1994. From 1986 he was a human rights lawyer based at the University of the Witwatersrand's Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS), where he was awarded a personal professorship in law. His practice included labor and employment law; defense of ANC fighters charged wit...
On 10 May 2012 the Faculty of Law at the University of Cape Town hosted Afropolitan Through Fabric, an event that threw the spotlight on some of Africa's cultural riches - from traditional homebrew and wear to a fashion show featuring designers from South Africa, Mali and Nigeria, among other nations. The event was part of UCT's campus-wide Africa Month celebrations.
Neo is from South Africa and he is studying a double degree in law and international studies at Flinders University. To find out more information about opportunities for international students visit: http://www.flinders.edu.au/international
So big news in South Africa today - the Western Cape High Court handed down judgement which stated that it is"an infringement to ban the use of dagga by adults in private homes." Check the News 24 article here: http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/dagga-can-be-used-in-the-home-western-cape-high-court-rules-20170331 Thank you all for watching! Disclaimer: I do not endorse smoking marijuana anywhere besides your own home, as this is still a grey area, and you will most likely get in trouble if you smoke in public. Be safe!
Is Transnational Organised Crime becoming part of the remit of International Crime Units across Africa? This panel addressed the challenges in the collection, sharing and use of evidence in the prosecution of international and transnational crimes, the evolving nature of organised crime in Africa and its policy responses, and the difference between transnational crimes and core international crimes and how a transnational crime could “become” a Rome Statute crime. Moderator • Mark Kersten Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto; Research Director, Wayamo Foundation Panellists • Philipp Ambach Special Assistant of the President, International Criminal Court • Charles Goredema Centre of Criminology, University of Cape Town • Jemima Njeri Kariri Senior Researcher, Transn...
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Gage Hansen participated in a human rights law internship in Cape Town, South Africa with the VACorps internship program. Gage discusses his experience in this video. Would you like an internship like this? To learn more, visit www.vacorps.com.
Kofi Annan, the seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations, discusses the commitment of Ghana's civil society to uphold law and accountability and prevent government abuse. Complete video available for free at http://fora.tv/2012/09/05/Kofi_Annan_Interventions_A_Life_in_War_and_Peace
According to Adcorp, with the new legislation coming soon, what matters now is how businesses interpret and manage it.
It's a 9 minute video in Sabi Sabi game reserve in Kruger national Park, SAR, starting with a pride of lions at ease. Suddenly they smell buffalos in the air, since the wind is running in the direction from the couple of buffalos to the pride of lions. The lions immediately leave the playing pleasure and hide behind the bushes awaiting the right time to attack. Unbelievably the couple of buffalos keep on grazing the pasture in their direction. When the male lion chief of the pride shows himself out of his bush the male buffalo decides to attack him. In a one to one fight the male buffalo should have the advantage over the male lion. The female buffalo that is behind him figures out the trap and run away. Suddenly the other three female lions appear and put the male buffalo in the killing ...
People, this is your wake-up call : On 29th April - 1st May 2014 the Unified Common Law Grand Jury of Southern Africa convenes a people's court of record including a tribunal commission as part of the National People's Convention on Constitution Hill, Braamfontein, Johannesburg, to investigate the corruption & deception perpetrated by " THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA PTY Ltd " and its corporate government. On 3rd February UZA filed with the Constitutional Court " UZA representing we the people vs. RSA PTY Ltd - case no. CCT 19/14 ", which subsequently, as expected, was dismissed, with a one-liner fax " no prospect of success ", confirming previous allegations, seen as an admission of guilt. Concurrently there is a 'Vote of NO CONFIDENCE' supporting the above proceedings. For more informat...