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  • Author:
    Dial Ndima
  • ISBN:
    1868882861
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    978-1868882861
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    Brill Academic Publishers (August 25, 2005)
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    129 pages
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The Magistrate has a deep insight into the grey areas of South African law brought about by the differences in African and .

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Imagined South Africa, Volume: 1. Author: Dial Ndima. The Magistrate has a deep insight into the grey areas of South African law brought about by the differences in African and Western conceptions of law.

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by Dial Ndima (Author). Dial Ndima worked as a prosecutor at the Mqanduli district court and later became magistrate in various districts tin the former Transkei.

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law graduate and presently ambassador for South Africa in North Africa. This aspect of the Eastern Pondoland kingship dispute is also well covered by Dial Ndima: The Law of Commoners and Kings: Narratives of a rural Transkei magistrate.

The Amakhonjwayo group were led by Nkosi Dumisani Gwadiso, a law graduate and presently ambassador for South Africa in North Africa. They crossed the Umzimvubu River from Eastern pondoland and settled in Western Pondoland in the fifteenth century before the Ndamases did so. They then fell under the rule of the more powerful Ndamases in the West, and they recognised the Sigcaus of Eastern Pondoland as their greater kings all along.

Law enforcement in South Africa is primarily the responsibility of the South African Police Service (SAPS), South Africa's national police force. SAPS is responsible for investigating crime and security throughout the country. The "national police force is crucial for the safety of South Africa's citizens" and was established in accordance with the provisions of Section 205 of the Constitution of South Africa.

In South Africa they may play such a role in two respects: first during the . law. The African component consists of the written and unwritten laws of the.

In South Africa they may play such a role in two respects: first during the process of inquiry to ascertain if the requirements for a particular crime have been met; and secondly when a suitable punishment for a convicted accused must be determined.

The Law of Commoners and Kings is an engaging and entertaining account of some of the cases presided over in the former South African homeland, Transkei. The Magistrate has a deep insight into the grey areas of South African law brought about by the differences in African and Western conceptions of law.