Editorial: Engaging with African Customary Law: Legal History in Contemporary South Africa

Paul Du Plessis, Willemien Du Plessis

Abstract


This special edition consists of a selection of the contributions delivered an event on Custom, Oral History and Law: Writing South African Legal History, co-hosted by the Law School, University of Edinburgh and the Faculty of Law, North-West University.

Keywords


Legal history; oral tradition; sources of South African law; customary law

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Du Plessis W “Afrika en Rome: Regsgeskiedenis by die Kruispad” 1992 De Jure 289-307

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17159/1727-3781/2017/v20i0a3266

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