Recht in Afrika · Law in Africa · Droit en Afrique

ISBN 978-3-89645-808-7

Recht in Afrika · Law in Africa · Droit en Afrique

With contributions by: Oyekanmi Adewoye, Assefa Fiseha, Emmanuel Kam Yogo, Samuelson Freddie Khunou, Albert Mandjack, Chi Augustine Muam, Tilman Musch, Lisa Nixdorf, Ulrich Spellenberg.

Series: RiA Recht in Afrika · Law in Africa · Droit en Afrique Year 2011, Issue 1

4 pp. Roman, 141 pp.
3 tables
Text language(s): English, French, German
Format: 160 x 240 mm
310 g
€ 36.00

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Table of contents · Table de matières

Assefa Fiseha: Some Reflections on the Role of the Judiciary in Ethiopia

Emmanuel Kam Yogo: L’impact du droit international des droits de l’homme sur la Loi constitutionnelle came­rounaise du 18 janvier 1996

Samuelson Freddie Khunou: Traditional Leadership: Politics and the Legal Parameters of the Independent Bantustans in South Africa

Albert Mandjack: La notion de famille régnante dans le droit positif camerounais ou la tentation du contrôle total de la périphérie dans la désignation du chef traditionnel

Tilman Musch: Discourses about the “Landlessness” of Former Nomads. Two Conflict Cases in Sadina (Western Niger)


Reports · Rapports

Chi Augustine Muam: Use of Cameroon Harmonised Criminal Procedure Code to Enforce Sectoral Environmental Laws


Regional contributions · Contributions régionaux

Oyekanmi Adewoye: The Rule of Law and Good Governance in Africa – A Case Study of Nigeria


Conference reports · Rapports de conférences

Lisa Nixdorf: Formal/Informal Law and Economic Development in Africa – Report on the Joint Conference of the Institute of African Studies at the University of Leipzig and of the African Law Association in Leipzig, Germany

Ulrich Spellenberg: Humboldt Kolleg – On Ubuntu, Humanity and Good Faith/Equity as Flexible Principles in Law and Society in Southern Africa – Appropriate Principles in an Ever-Changing World? North West University, Potchefstroom Campus, Südafrika, 1.–3. September 2010


Book Reviews · Compte-rendus de publications

Wolfgang Fikentscher: Law and Anthropology. Outlines, Issues and Suggestions, München 2009.
(Ulrike Wanitzek, Bayreuth)

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