The Swaziland Court of Appeal delivered an interesting judgment on 29 March 1 973, in the case of Ngwenya v Deputy Prime Minister and Another (as yet unreported) concerning the entrenched clauses of the now suspended Swaziland Constitution.
Certainly no classification of families of laws exists which would be able to withstand all criticism. It is equally certain that the difficulties inherent in the notion of stilprï¿½gend are considerable. But it should be recognized that the criterion on which Zweigert and Kotz have founded their classification offers an undoubted interest for comparative research.
Before the problem under review can be dealt with, some essential preliminaries must be discussed which shed additional light on the almost obstinate perseverance with which Iceland is defending its 1 972 extension of its fishing limits. A glimpse at what motivates the Icelandic in their legal and economic dispute with Britain and West-Germany will consequently precede the article proper.
A great task confronts the Department of Health in regard to locating the numerous sources of electronic product radiation and enforcing the licence system which is provided by the new legislation. The licence system which is :applied to almost all forms of ionizing radiation control in South Africa - should be a very effective method of control, given effective enforcement against a background of adequate scientific knowledge.
In 1971 a Dutch woman had immigrated with her husband to South Africa from the Netherlands, and while she and her husband were Dutch citizens but were domiciled in South Africa, her marriage had been dissolved by divorce by the Supreme Court of the Orange Free State. The above-mentioned Dutch case can be of interest as a precedent to Dutch immigrants in South Africa who are affected by a divorce decree and then return to the Netherlands.