The freedoms of religion and culture under the South African Constitution: Do traditional African religions enjoy equal treatment

Affirmation and celebration of the ‘religious Other’ in South Africa’s constitutional jurisprudence on religious and related rights: Memorial constitutionalism in action?

Religion and human rights in Namibia

Comments on the constitutional protection of religion in Swaziland

Religion, law and human rights in post-conflict Liberia

Law, religion and human rights in Botswana

Law, religion and human rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Religion, law and human rights in Zimbabwe

Law, religion and human rights in Zambia: The past, present and the practice

Law, religion and human rights in Nigeria

Theologising the mundane, politicising the divine: The cross-currents of law, religion and politics in Nigeria

The Nigerian police force and the enforcement of religious criminal law

Insurgency in Nigeria: Addressing the causes as part of the solution

The troubled relationship of state and religion in Eritrea

Freedom of belief for minorities in states with a dominant religion: Anomaly and pragmatism

Law, religion and human rights in Africa: Introduction

Foreword: Law and religion in Africa – Comparative practices, experiences and prospects

Law and religion in Africa: Living expression and channels of co-operation

Religion and the republican state in Africa: The need for a distanced relationship

From social hostility to social media: Religious pluralism, human rights and democratic reform in Africa