SALJSouth African Law Journal
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(30) See Du Plessis, South African Law, supra note 12, at 135-39; Helen Scott, "The Requirement of Excusable Mistake in the Context of the Condictio Indebiti: Scottish and South African Law Compared" (2007) 124:4 SALJ 827 at 859.
In the same number of the SALJ a noted opponent of the apartheid regime, Professor John Dugard of the University of Witwatersrand, argued the case for judges to remain in office and do what could be done to ameliorate the effects of the manifestly unjust system.
(84.) Marius Pieterse & Adila Hassim, "Placing Human Rights at the Centre of Public Health: A Critique of Minister of Health, Western Cape v Goliath" (2009) 126:2 SALJ 231 at 233.
(16) John Dugard, "The Judicial Process, Positivism and Civil Liberty" (1971) 88:2 SALJ 181.
(2) See J.Kerr "Customary Law, Fundamental Rights, and the Constitution" (1994) 111 SALJ 720 at 727: "[T]he history of the political settlement ...
(324) Kent Roach and Geoff Budlender, "Mandatory Relief and Supervisory Jurisdiction: When is it Appropriate, Just and Equitable?" (2005) 122:2 SALJ 325 at 327.