n Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg - Street Law South Africa : Practical Law for South Africans - Educator's Manual, David McQuoid-Mason and Lindi Coetzee (Eds.) : book review
|Article Title||Street Law South Africa : Practical Law for South Africans - Educator's Manual, David McQuoid-Mason and Lindi Coetzee (Eds.) : book review|
|© Publisher:||Juta Law Publishing|
|Journal||Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg|
|Publication Date||Jan 2006|
|Pages||233 - 236|
ISI Social Science
This edition follows on two previous workbooks and the instructor's manuals, entitled Human Rights for All (1990) and Democracy for All (1992). The initial support given by the Attorneys' Fidelity Fund and USAID resulted in the incorporation of Street Law South Africa as an association in terms of section 21 of the Companies Act 61 of 1973 in 2003. It should be of importance to companies and other business entities that want to benefit from the skills development levies, to take notice that Street Law South Africa is in the process of applying to SASSETA (formerly known as POSLEC SETA) as a service provider to use the training materials produced in the Street Law South Africa: Educator's Manual and the Learner's Manual. It also intends to apply to SAQA for approval of a street law unit standard, although the editors do not state the NQF level. As stated in the preface these steps are being taken to ensure that Street Law South Africa becomes more self-sustaining and less dependent on donor funding. Hopefully this will result in the utilisation of an improved binding process as the pages of the book came loose even before the review was finished.
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