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University of Botswana Law Journal Volume 9, June 2009

University of Botswana Law Journal Volume 9, June 2009
2009
ISSN: 1817-2733
Pages: 161
Print version: Available
Electronic version: Free PDF available

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About the publication

The University of Botswana Law Journal is a peer refereed journal published twice a year. It provides a forum for scholars and practitioners to reflect on diverse legal issues of national, regional and international significance and of local and regional relevance.

Editorial Board:

  • Prof. C. M. Fombad
    Editor-in-Chief, University of Botswana.
  • Mrs. E. Macharia-Mokobi
    Secretary, University of Botswana.
  • Dr. K. Solo
    University of Botswana.
  • Prof. C. Ngongola
    University of Botswana.
  • Prof. J. Kiggundu
    University of Botswana.
  • Prof. E. K. Quansah
    University of Botswana.
  • Dr. O. B. Tshosa
    University of Botswana.
  • Mr. T. Sebogo
    Vice chairman, Law Society of Botswana

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

  • Peacekeeping in Africa: Problems and Prospects
    L. Juma
  • Some Contemporary Challenges Facing Family Law in Botswana
    E.K. Quansah
  • From the Organisation of African Unity to the African Union: Rethinking the Framework for Inter-state Cooperation in Africa in an Era of Globalisation
    T. Maluwa
    Namibian Land Law: Law, Land Reform and the Restructuring of Post-Apartheid Namibia
    S.K. Amoo & S.L. Harrin

RECENT LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS

  • Botswana - E.N. Macharia-Mokobi
  • Lesotho - Q. Letsika
  • Nigeria - A.O. Enabulele
  • South Africa - A. Anderson

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