The role of State regulation and businesses towards sustainable development: The case of Angola

The Nairobi Principles on Accountability as a means of monitoring and enforcing the rule of law and accountability for international crimes in Africa

Prosecuting international crimes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Using victim participation as a tool to enhance the rule of law and to tackle impunity

Standing, access to justice and the rule of law in Zimbabwe

The rule of law and democracy in Ghana since independence: Uneasy bedfellows?

Does the Mauritian Constitution protect the right to privacy? An insight from Madhewoo v The State of Mauritius

Payment obligations of taxpayers pending dispute resolution: Approaches of South Africa and Nigeria

A critique of the judicial attitude towards matrimonial property rights under customary law in Nigeria’s southern states

Civic space and human rights advocacy in the extractive industry in Uganda: Implications of the 2016 Non-Governmental Organisations Act for oil and gas civil society organisations

Do Africans still want democracy?

The challenges of adjudicating presidential election disputes in domestic courts in Africa

The Nigerian Fundamental Rights (Enforcement) Procedure Rules 2009: A fitting response to problems in the enforcement of human rights in Nigeria?

The Congo/Uganda case: A comment on the main legal issues

Lessons from Ghana and Kenya on why presidential election petitions usually fail

Raising legal giants: The agency of the poor in the human rights jurisprudence of the Nigerian Appellate Courts, 1990-2011

Beyond paper-based affiliate status: National human rights institutions and the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights

Apology and trials: The case of the Red Terror trials in Ethiopia

Public participation in decentralised governments in Africa: Making ambitious constitutional guarantees more responsive

Mandatory mediation: An obstacle to access to justice

Private prosecutions and discrimination against juristic persons in South Africa: A comment on National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals v Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development & Another