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Mental health and the world of work: a comparative analysis of the legal frameworks governing categories of mental health conditions
(University of the Free State, 2016-07)
English: Mental health conditions such as depression are common in the world of work. Despite having been a significant concern for centuries already, these conditions are becoming particularly prevalent in modern society ...
The constitutional framework for broad-based black economic empowerment
(University of the Free State, 2010)
The negative impact of the apartheid regime’s policies on the social, political and economic conditions of the majority of the population is well established and persists into the present day South Africa. The South African ...
'Disabled people' and the search for equality in the workplace :. an appraisal of equality models from a comparative perspective
(University of the Free State, 2010-12)
English: Disabled people constitute a historically disadvantaged and marginalized group that experiences discrimination in the workplace among other socio-economic sectors. In this thesis, my focus is on searching for an ...
The constitutionality of categorical and conditional restrictions on harmful expression related to group identity
(University of the Free State, 2014-01)
English: The theories of truth and the marketplace of ideas, of democracy, and of human dignity underlie the constitutional protection of freedom of expression and simultaneously set boundaries with regard to such protection. ...
Die grondwetlikheid van die vasstelling van maksimum werkure ingevolge die Wet op Basiese Diensvoorwaardes
(University of the Free State, 2009-11)
English: The purpose of the Basic Conditions of Employment Act is to advance economic development and social justice by fulfilling the primary objects of the Act which are to give effect to and regulate the right to fair ...
A comparative labour law perspective on categories of appearance-based prejudice in employment
(University of the Free State, 2014-11)
English: Appearance discrimination entails discrimination against persons because of an aspect of their appearance, such as their physical attractiveness, height, weight, manner of dress and grooming styles. It also ...