The Human Rights Law Index is a collection of international treaties and case law from African courts on topics relating to human rights. The case selection aims to provide a snapshot of human rights law in a country, as well as within the African Union. The index currently covers over 1000 documents.
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|Court||Title||Case citation (MNC)||Judgement Date||Summary|
|Supreme Court||Government of the Republic of Namibia v Sikunda (SA5/01)  NASC 1 (21 February 2002);|| NASC 1||21 Feb 2002||HR Asylum and refuge Have his cause heard (fair trial) CASE NO.: SA 5/2001 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF...|
|Supreme Court||Government of the Republic of Namibia and Others v Mwilima and Others (SA29/01)  NASC 8 (07 June 2002); 2002 NR 235 (SC)|| NASC 8||07 Jun 2002||Flynote: Legal aid; relationship between international and domestic law HR Have his cause heard (...|
|High Court||Hendricks and Others v Attorney General of Namibia and Others (PA140/00)  NAHC 4 (20 August 2002);|| NAHC 4||20 Aug 2002||HR Morals and traditional values Work Workers SHAMIELAH HENDRICKS AND 4 OTHERS V ATTORNEY GENERAL...|