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|
|High Court Main Division||Visagie v Government of the Republic of Namibia ((T) I 2677/2005)  NAHCMD 120 (21 April 2017);|| NAHCMD 120||21 Apr 2017||Flynote: Constitutional Law – Plaintiff is suing the Government of the Republic of Namibia and 4...|