Namibia Law Journal

Volume 1 Issue 2 - 2009

Also available in Deutsch

The publication of a national law journal as a forum for legal practitioners and academics to comment on and discuss issues of legal importance is an indispensable tool for the development of law and the maintanance of the rule of law in Namibia. The publication is also available on www.namibialawjournal.org.

Trustees, Editorial Board and International Advisory Board of the Namibia Law Journal (NLJ)
Impressum
Contents
Guide to Contributors
Introduction
Nico Horn
1
ARTICLES
The right to be given reasons as part of a fair administrative procedure:
A comparative study of Namibian, South African and German law

Cornelia Glinz
3
Jurisprudential aspects of proclaiming towns in communal areas in Namibia
Clever Mapaure
23
Confronting grand corruption in the public and private sector:
A spirited new initiative from Tanzania

Chris Maina Peter and Juliana Masabo
49
JUDGMENT NOTES
S v Teek: A critical review and analysis
Kaijata Kangueehi
73
The banning of labour hire in Namibia: How realistic is it?
Fritz Nghiishililwa
87
Matheus Hepute v The Minister of Mines and Energy & Northbank Diamonds (Pty) Ltd
Reinhard Tötemeyer
95
RECENT CASES
Mathews Kristof Shikongo v Trustco Group International Limited & Others;
Case No. [P] I 3625/2006, High Court of Namibia, 29 January 2009

Karin Klazen
103
OTHER NOTES AND COMMENTS
Phase 1 of the Namibian Ascertainment of Customary Law Project to be completed soon
Manfred O Hinz
109
NEW LEGISLATION
The Children’s Status Act, 2006 (No.6 of 2006)
Tousy Namiseb
121
BOOK REVIEWS
Human rights in Africa: Legal perspectives on their protection and promotion;
Anton Bösl & Joseph Diescho (Eds), Windhoek, Macmillan Education Namibia, 2009, 408 pages

Onkemetse Tshosa
125
Judicial independence: Eine rechtsvergleichende Untersuchung der Sicherung unabhängiger Rechtsprechung in Südafrika und Deutschland;
Hilke Thiedemann, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Baden Baden, 2007, 469 pp

Oliver C Ruppel
131
An introduction to Namibian law: Materials and cases, SK Amoo,
Macmillan Education Namibia, Windhoek, 2009, 482 pp

Steve Gray
135
LEGAL PRACTITIONERS
Legal Practitioners 139