South African Law Reform Commission

 
Donor sperm and eggs: How much should a child know?
Donor sperm and eggs: How much should a child know?
Should a donor-conceived child have the right to know the identity of his or her sperm or egg donor? The South African Law Reform Commission is...
Dozens of gynaecologists are expected to shut down this year. This could stop that.
Dozens of gynaecologists are expected to shut down this year. This could stop that.
Skyrocketing medico-legal claims threaten to cripple South Africa’s public and private health sectors as specialists face exorbitant litigation....
FXI wants better protection for confidential sources
FXI wants better protection for confidential sources
The Freedom of Expression Institute (FXI) has asked the South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC) to investigate amending section 205 of the...
Pride and prostitution
Pride and prostitution
Prostitutes say the most frightening aspect of being deemed criminals is the way they are treated by the police. Men and women who work the streets...
NACF concerned that public servants escape charges
NACF concerned that public servants escape charges
Over 700 financial misconduct cases were reported to the Public Service Commission over the 2005/2006 financial year, with 81% of implicated...
SA a human-trafficking hot spot, conference hears
SA a human-trafficking hot spot, conference hears
South Africa is being used as a destination and transit point, as well as a source, for human trafficking, the International Association of Women...
Media challenges Divorce Act
Media challenges Divorce Act
The Constitutional Court has reserved judgement on a ban prohibiting journalists from reporting on divorce cases, the Star reported on...

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