Southern African Institute for Policy and Research

Legal Commentary

The Repository of Southern African Legal Commentary is an online digital collection of legal commentary from the region, including out-of-print print monographs, law journals, and graduate student research papers selected and assembled by Southern African Legal scholars.

This prototype aims to demonstrate the value of a digital repository of legal commentary from the nations of the Southern African region. The online collection it envisions would include out-of-print monographs, law journals, and graduate student research papers selected and assembled by Southern African legal scholars. Such a collection together with the growing amount of primary legal material (judgments and statutes) becoming available online should enable the area.

**New: Ndulo and Beyani (2012) on the Zambian Constitution – Struggle for a Legitimate and Democratic Constitution in Zambia

**New: Muna Ndulo on the Zambian NGO Act – Freedom of Association and NGO Law: The Constitutionality of the 2009 Zambian NGO Act

and

Muna Ndulo on political violence – Political Violence in Zambia and State Responsibility

All publications are listed alphabetically below:

Ndulo_Building a Capable State – Looking Back, Moving Forward in Liberia’s Development

Ndulo_Chinese Investments in Zambia

Ndulo_The Constituional-Making Debate and the Way Forward

Ndulo_Determination of the Leader of the Opposition in the Zambian Parliament

Ndulo_Freedom of the Press and the Conviction of Mmembe

Ndulo_Law Association of Zambia Annual Meeting_Judicial Reform, Constitutionalism, and the Rule of Law in Zambia

Ndulo_NYASA Distinguished Africanist Award Remarks

Ndulo_The Press Statement by the Judiciary – A Tragedy of Style and Tragedy of Substance

Ndulo_Review of the Draft Constitution for the Republic of Zambia

Ndulo_A Sequel to Mr. Mushaya wa Mushaya’s Article – Parliament and the Courts

Ndulo_The Struggle for a Legitimate and Democratic Constitutional Order in Zambia

Ndulo_Treason, Free Speech, Legitimacy, and the Process of Developing a Constitution

Ndulo and Beyani_Amidst Conversations with the Deaf – The Struggle for a Legitimate and Democratic Constitution in Zambia

Ndulo and Beyani_Approaches to Developing a New Constitution for Zambia

Zambia High Court Judgement_The People vs Fredrick Chiluba, Faustin Kabwe and Aaron Chungu

Zambia High Court Judgement_Zambia Attorney General vs Meer Care and Desai

 

 

 

 

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