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

The right to privacy in the age of surveillance to counter terrorism in Ethiopia

The challenges for the rule of law posed by the increasing use of electronic surveillance in sub-Saharan Africa

Large-scale agricultural land acquisitions and Ethiopia’s ethnic minorities: A test for the rule of law

Women’s access to regional justice as a fundamental element of the rule of law: The effect of the absence of a women’s rights committee on the enforcement of the African Women’s Protocol

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?

An overview of the crisis of the rule of law in Africa

The rule of law in sub-Saharan Africa: Reflections on promises, progress, pitfalls and prospects

Rule of law or realpolitik? The role of the United Nations Security Council in the International Criminal Court processes in Africa

The King can do no wrong: The impact of The Law Society of Swaziland v Simelane NO & Others on constitutionalism

Strengthening constitutional order and upholding the rule of law in Central Africa: Reversing the descent towards symbolic constitutionalism

Defending human rights and the rule of law by the SADC Tribunal: Campbell and beyond

Human rights and the rule of law in Swaziland

The rule of law: Approaches of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and selected African states

Establishing state liability for personal liberty violation arising from arrest, detention and malicious prosecution in Lesotho