SADC Law Journal, Vol.01, 2011

Also available in Deutsch

KAS is proud to present the maiden edition of the SADC Law Journal, which is the first journal in southern Africa to focus on the status and development of the rule of law in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) from a regional perspective. As a forum for jurists, lawyers, judges, experts and all interested persons, the annual publication gives a legal perspective on the paradigm of regional integration and provides professional advice for jurists, politicians and decision-makers.

Guide to Contributors iii
Foreword
L’avant-propos
Prólogo
Ariranga G Pillay
1
3
5
Editorial
L’editorial
Editorial
Evance Kalula
7
10
13
Articles
Is the SADC trade regime a rules-based system?
Gerhard Erasmus
17
Replication of WTO dispute settlement processes in SADC
Clement Ng’ong’ola
35
Campbell v Republic of Zimbabwe: A moment of truth for the SADC Tribunal
Precious N Ndlovu
63
Regional trade integration strategies under SADC and the EAC: A comparative analysis
Henry Kibet Mutai
81
Conjuring systemic risk through fi nancial regulation by SADC central banks
Dunia Zongwe
99
Enhancing access to South African social security benefi ts by SADC citizens: The need to improve bilateral arrangements within a multilateral framework (Part I)
Marius Olivier
121
Reinvigorating African values for SADC: The relevance of traditional African philosophy of law in a globalising world of competing perspectives
Clever Mapaure
149
Drugs and violent crime in southern Africa
Charles Goredema
175
SADC Protocol on Gender and Development: Road map to equality?
Mulela Margaret Munalula
189
Notes
Review of the role, functions and terms of reference of the SADC Tribunal
Werner Scholtz
197
Case Reviews
Barry Gondo & 8 Others v The Republic of Zimbabwe, SADC (T) 05/2008
Ashimizo Afadameh-Adeyemi
203
Revisiting locus standi and the grounds for jurisdiction of the SADC Tribunal in United Republic of Tanzania v Cimexpan (Mauritius) Ltd, Cimexpan (Zanzibar) Ltd & Ajaye Jogoo, SADC (T) 01/2009
Olufolahan Adeleke
207
Book Review
Trade Policy: A Handbook for African Parliamentarians; Commonwealth Secretariat, London: Commonwealth Secretariat, 2001
Trudi Hartzenberg
211
Appendix
SADC Protocol on Tribunal and Rules of Procedure Thereof 213

published

Namibia, July 22, 2011

ISBN

ISSN: 2026-7193

Contact

Thomas W. Keller

Resident Representative

Thomas W. Keller
Phone +264 61 225-568
Fax +264 61 225-678
Languages: Deutsch,‎ English,‎ Français