Constitutionally speaking: The Nkandla judgment – the gap between law and justice – 14 April 2016

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Lawson Naidoo, Executive Secretary of the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC). His topic is “The Nkandla judgment – the gap between law and justice”.

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Patrick Bracher hosts Vlad Movshovich and Pooja Dela of Webber Wentzel – 18 March 2016

Patrick Bracher hosts Vlad Movshovich and Pooja Dela of Webber Wentzel – 18 March 2016

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Vlad Movshovich and Pooja Dela of Webber Wentzel Johannesburg (@webberwentzel). They represented the Helen Suzman Foundation (@HelenSuzmanFdn) in the Al Bashir case. They discuss the recent judgment that South Africa is under an obligation to arrest people such as Al Bashir when they set foot in the country in terms of our international law obligations under the Rome Statute

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Patrick Bracher hosts Wandisa Phama from the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) at Wits who talks about business, human rights and gender

Patrick Bracher hosts Wandisa Phama from the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) at Wits who talks about business, human rights and gender

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Wandisa Phama from the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) at Wits.  She will talk about business, human rights and gender (8 March is International Women’s Day). She will mention Section 22 of the Constitution which addresses the right to choose one’s trade, linked to women employed in the extractive industries as an example.

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Radio Today. Nkandla – what should have happened but never did

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Pierre de Vos, Constitutional Law expert and professor in the Department of Public Law at the University of Cape Town. He spoke about the Nkandla case recently before the Constitutional Court and the implications for the Public Protector’s office, MPs and the National Assembly as discussed in his recent blog post “Nkandla – what should have happened but never did”.

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Constitutionally speaking: The suspension of rights in wars and emergencies

Constitutionally speaking: The suspension of rights in wars and emergencies

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosts Lwando Xaso from ENSafrica, who will talk about the suspension of rights in wars and emergencies. Lwando Xaso is a senior associate at ENSafrica in the corporate commercial department. She specialises in public sector commercial transactions including public-private partnerships focusing on social and economic infrastructure. Lwando’s experience includes various aspects of administrative, constitutional law and international law.

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Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosted Tricia Erasmus, Senior Associate – pro bono and human rights, at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr attorneys.

Constitutionally speaking: Patrick Bracher hosted Tricia Erasmus, Senior Associate – pro bono and human rights, at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr attorneys.

To mark 3 December as International Day for Disabled Persons, Tricia spoke about the rights of the disabled in general, and in the workplace.

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Patrick Bracher hosts Ben Winks, attorney with the Dispute Resolution department at Webber Wentzel

Constitutionally speaking : The public’s right to know: Editors’ Forum meets the Deputy President. Patrick Bracher hosts Ben Winks, attorney with the Dispute Resolution department at Webber Wentzel.

 

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Radio Today – Withdrawl of South Africa from the ICC

Radio Today – Withdrawl of South Africa from the ICC

Constitutionally speaking. Withdrawl of South Africa from the ICC. Patrick  Bracher hosts Mia Swart, professor in international law and international human rights law at the University of Johannesburg.

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RADIO TODAY: Constitutionally speaking. The fees and scope of education: How does it affect society?

RADIO TODAY: Constitutionally speaking. The fees and scope of education: How does it affect society?

Patrick Bracher hosts Patrick Bracher hosts Mpumelelo Tshabalala – candidate attorney in the pro bono department, Bowman Gilfillan.

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Radio Today: Patrick Bracher hosts Muluka Miti-Drummond, SA Litigation Centre, with Emilia Siwingwa, Human Rights Lawyer.

Constitutionally speaking. Threats to the South African Development Community Tribunal. Patrick Bracher hosts Muluka Miti-Drummond, SA Litigation Centre, with Emilia Siwingwa, Human Rights Lawyer.

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