Latiefa Albertus's research while affiliated with University of the Western Cape and other places

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Abstrakt A controversial aspect regarding paternity in South African law is whether or not South African Courts are empowered to compel an adult or a minor to submit to DNA/blood tests. The High Courts were not unanimous in this regard, and thus the issue required clarification by the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA). An opportunity presented itself...
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In South Africa and in other parts of the world, many professions are bemoaning the poor ability of many graduates to communicate their skills and knowledge effectively once they enter the workplace. Increasingly, pressure is placed on higher education to do more in terms of equipping future professionals with the necessary critical reading, resear...
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The case of Johncom Media Investments Limited v M 2009 4 SA 7 (CC) required of the Constitutional Court to strike a balance between the rights to privacy and the right to freedom of expression as a consequence of section 12 of the Divorce Act 70 of 1979. According to the Court, it felt that the "remedy" it provided was the best under the circumstan...

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... Second, AcLits is primarily researched at universities where English is the medium of instruction (see Canton, Govan, and Zahn 2018;Clarence, Albertus, and Mwambene 2014;Wingate and Tribble 2012), and students are required to take an introductory writing course (see Hendricks and Quinn 2000;Jacobs 2007). This particularity raises questions about how lecturers employ the framework in contexts where instruction is bilingual (see Bolton and Kuteeva 2012;Kuteeva and Airey 2014), and writing courses are the exception rather than the rule. ...