Principles of South African Constitutional Law
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Table of contents
Chapter 1: - Introduction to the theory of constitutional law
Chapter 2: - Basic principles of constitutional law, the state and the individual
Chapter 3: - Important constitutional concepts and principles
Chapter 4: - Historical development of South African constitutional law
Chapter 5: - Constitutional developments in South Africa from 1652 to date
Chapter 6: - Elements of a state
Chapter 7: - Sources of South African constitutional law
Chapter 8: - The founding provisions, basic legal order and symbols of the South African state
Chapter 9: - The South African Bill of Rights
Chapter 10: - Co-operative government
Chapter 11: - The national legislative authority
Chapter 12: - The President and the national executive authority
Chapter 13: - Provincial government
Chapter 14: - Local government
Chapter 15: - Judicial authority, the South African courts and the administration of justice
Chapter 16: - State institutions supporting constitutional democracy
Chapter 17: - The public administration
Chapter 18: - The security services
Chapter 19: - Traditional leaders
Chapter 20: - Finance
Chapter 21: - General provisions and the transitional arrangements
Chapter 22: - Author's epilogue
- Table of cases
- Table of statutes