Civil liberty during a state of disaster or emergency in SA – MARTIN VAN STADEN
The coronavirus lockdown has brought to the fore of public discourse the question of civil liberty during times of public crisis, particularly regarding the “limitation” and “derogation” (or suspension) of South Africans’ constitutional rights in the Bill of Rights. This paper considers this and other questions.
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Publish date: 20 April 2020
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