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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Fw: UPDATE ON FUNERAL PROGRAM - LATE JUSTICE NYAKWAWA USIWAUSIWA




On Sat, 27 May 2017 at 9:09, wellington kazembe
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On Fri, 26 May 2017 at 16:56, Michael Goba Chipeta
<michaelchipeta@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Member,

I refer to my previous email and write to advise that the directions towards the place where the funeral ceremony will take place are as follows:

If you take the Midima road, on the one hand, proceed and turn at Chinakanaka to Msika wa Njala. From there, take the Mbiza road, which, for about 5 kilometers from said Msika wa Njala, takes you to the place. If you take the Tyolo road, on the other hand, you pass through Luchenza and proceed to Msika wa Njala. From there, again, take the Mbiza road, which, for about 5 kilometers from Msika wa Njala, takes you to the place.

Regards,

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Fw: UPDATE ON FUNERAL PROGRAM - LATE JUSTICE NYAKWAWA USIWAUSIWA




On Fri, 26 May 2017 at 16:56, Michael Goba Chipeta
<michaelchipeta@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Member,

I refer to my previous email and write to advise that the directions towards the place where the funeral ceremony will take place are as follows:

If you take the Midima road, on the one hand, proceed and turn at Chinakanaka to Msika wa Njala. From there, take the Mbiza road, which, for about 5 kilometers from said Msika wa Njala, takes you to the place. If you take the Tyolo road, on the other hand, you pass through Luchenza and proceed to Msika wa Njala. From there, again, take the Mbiza road, which, for about 5 kilometers from Msika wa Njala, takes you to the place.

Regards,

SECRETARY
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GOBZ & RECHTSWISSENSCHAFT
3rd Floor Delamere House, Victoria Ave., Blantyre
P.O. Box 31244, Chichiri, BLANTYRE 3
Tel: +2651821151
Fax: +2651821141
Cell: +265 999 481 287
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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Fwd: Juta Law: Africa Law Titles


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From: Henry Matsepe <Hmatsepe@juta.co.za>
Date: Thu, May 25, 2017 at 3:33 PM
Subject: Juta Law: Africa Law Titles
To: "thabo.chakaka@gmail.com" <thabo.chakaka@gmail.com>


 

Good Day

 

Please find below the latest Juta Law publications.

 

Kind regards

Henry Matsepe

 

 

 

Criminal Law in Malawi

Edition: 1st

Published: May 2017

Author: Lewis Chezan Bande

ISBN: 978 1 48510 962 4

Format: Soft cover

Extent: 886 pages

Retail price: R1,595

(includes 14% VAT, excludes courier delivery. Valid until 30/06/2017.)

 

About this publication:

Criminal Law in Malawi is an authoritative explanation of criminal law in Malawi, covering both theory and practice. The book discusses the statutory bases of the law, and the interpretation and application of the law by Malawi's higher courts. Criminal Law in Malawi covers the general principles of criminal liability as well as specific offences, including homicide, robbery, corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing, human trafficking, rape, sexual harassment, crimes against children, road traffic offences and environmental crimes.

 

Understanding Investment Law in Zambia

Edition: 1st

Published: May 2017

Author: Sangwani Patrick Ng'ambi

ISBN: 978 1 48512 043 8

Format: Soft cover

Extent: 202 pages

Retail price: R375

(includes 14% VAT, excludes courier delivery. Valid until 30/06/2017.)

 

About this publication:

Understanding Investment Law in Zambia deals with both the domestic law and international legal norms pertaining to foreign direct investment. A wide array of topics is covered in this book, including the contractual, legislative and treaty-based protections available to investors as they consider entrusting their capital to another jurisdiction. These protections are considered through the prism of the Zambian investment climate, and give a glimpse into both historical and current issues.

 

 

Vulnerable Employees

(LegalEase - Essence series)

 

Edition: 1st

Published: 18 April 2017

Author: D Smit (Editor), D Viviers

ISBN: 978 1 48511 892 3

Format: Soft cover

Extent: 316 pages

Retail price: R475

(includes 14% VAT, excludes courier delivery. Valid until 30/06/2017.)

 

About this publication:

'Vulnerable workers' have not been adequately defined in South African jurisprudence, although they have been referred to in case law, and consequently the nature and scope of this concept remains unclear. There are also different categories of vulnerable workers in South Africa. This book introduces students and practitioners to the law and to the practical problems experienced by vulnerable South African workers: those suffering from depression or post-traumatic stress disorder, those who are discriminated against based on their weight or their appearance, those who have been bullied at work, or those who may have opted for gender reassignment. Marginalisation and other forms of prejudice against these workers are well known, but the manner in which we address these issues is not clear.

 

 

 

A Practical Approach to Criminal Procedure in Botswana

Edition: 1st

Published: May 2017

Author: William Molebatsi Modise

ISBN: 978 1 48511 937 1

Format: Soft cover

Extent: 484 pages

Retail price: R750

(includes 14% VAT, excludes courier delivery. Valid until 30/06/2017.)

 

About this publication:

Criminal Law in Malawi is an authoritative explanation of criminal law in Malawi, covering both theory and practice. The book discusses the statutory bases of the law, and the interpretation and application of the law by Malawi's higher courts. Criminal Law in Malawi covers the general principles of criminal liability as well as specific offences, including homicide, robbery, corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing, human trafficking, rape, sexual harassment, crimes against children, road traffic offences and environmental crimes.

 

 

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Gauteng

Henry Matsepe

hmatsepe@juta.co.za

(011) 217 7220

 

Regional Sales Manager

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gkironde@juta.co.za

Tel: (011) 217 7200

 

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Re: Congratulations

Mr Bande

I can only echo Prof. Kanyongolo''s sentiments.

Your contribution is groundbreaking indeed- and very helpful to our work.

Thank you for this.

With best wishes


Mary Dominica Kachale (Mrs.)
Director of Public Prosecutions|
Commonwealth & Canon Collins Scholar, 2008, 2010|
Ministry of Justice| Private Bag 333|
Lilongwe 3| Malawi.

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Alternate email: mary.kachale@justice.gov.mw

On Tue, 23 May 2017 at 10:56, Fidelis Kanyongolo
<ekanyongolo@cc.ac.mw> wrote:
Dear Lewis,
Thank you so much for this notification.

May I congratulate you again for this monumental achievement.
Publishing a book is a daunting task and anyone who successfully
completes it confirms not only their intellectual aptitude but also
also incredible academic self-discipline. More importantly, though,
given the paucity of local textbooks on law, your contribution is
groundbreaking.

Regards.

On 23/05/2017, 'Lewis C. Bande' via Faculty of Law Staff
> Colleagues,
> My book Criminal Law in Malawi has just been published by Juta Law. Below is
> the New Title Notification from Juta Law, with information about the book
> and how to purchase one.
> Regards, Lewis Chezan BandeCell: +265882 857 512 or +265994 800 861 "Know
> thy self..."
>
> | 19 May 2017
>
>  |
> |  |
> Criminal Law in Malawi
> Edition:1stPublished: May2017Author: Lewis Chezan Bande
> ISBN: 978 1 48510 962 4
> Format: Soft cover
> Extent: 886 pages Retail price: R1,595 (includes 14% VAT, excludes courier
> delivery. Valid until 30/06/2017.)  |
> |  |
> | About this publication: |
> |
> Criminal Law in Malawi is an authoritative explanation of criminal law in
> Malawi, covering both theory and practice. The book discusses the statutory
> bases of the law, and the interpretation and application of the law by
> Malawi's higher courts.Criminal Law in Malawi covers the general principles
> of criminal liability as well as specific offences, including homicide,
> robbery, corruption, money laundering, terrorist financing, human
> trafficking, rape, sexual harassment, crimes against children, road traffic
> offences and environmental crimes.Criminal Law in Malawi comes in the wake
> of the review of the Penal Code and the enactment of several criminal
> statutes. The book analyses both the new and the old criminal law of Malawi,
> and discusses statutes and case law from comparable jurisdictions. This
> important resource will be useful for law students, lawyers, law enforcement
> officers, judges, magistrates, legislators, and policy makers.Contents
> include:
>    - Tables of Cases: Malawian; English; Canadian; South African; United
> States; Zambian; European Court of Human Rights and European Court of
> Justice; Australian; Malawian
>    - Table of Statutes
>    - PART I: INTRODUCTORY TOPICS
>      - The nature and functions of criminal law, and its place in Malawi's
> legal system
>      - Sources of criminal law, interpretation of criminal statutes and
> criminal jurisdiction
>      - Definitions and classifications of crimes
>      - Criminal punishment and theories of punishment
>      - Overview of Malawi's criminal justice system and institutions
>
>    - PART II: GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LIABILITY
>      - Conduct element of a crime (or actus reus)
>      -  Causation
>      - Mental element of a crime (mens rea)
>      - Special forms of liability: Strict liability, vicarious liability
> and corporate liability
>      - Participation
>      - General defences
>
>    - PART III: SPECIFIC OFFENCES
>      - Offences against the government's authority
>      - Offences against Public Tranquillity
>      - Offences against the Administration of Justice
>      - Offences against the Public Authority
>      - Offences against morality
>      - Offences relating to domestic obligations
>      - Nuisances and offences against convenience
>      - Homicide and related offences
>      - Non-fatal offences against the person
>      - Offences endangering the environment
>      - Offences against liberty
>      - Theft and theft-related offences
>      - Robbery and related offences
>      - Housebreaking and burglary, and similar offences
>      - Frauds and deceptions
>      - Receiving property unlawfully obtained and like offences
>      - Offences causing damage to property
>      - Forgery and uttering a false document
>      - Inchoate offences
>      - Road traffic offences
>      - Offences under the Corrupt Practices Act
>      - Money laundering and terrorist financing
>      - Offences under the Gender Equality Act, 2012
>      - Offences under the Trafficking in Persons Act, 2015
>      - Offences under the Child Care, Protection and Justice Act, 2010
>
> Of interest and benefit to:
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>    - Lawyers
>    - Law enforcement officers
>    - Judges
>    - Magistrates
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>    - Policy makers
>  |
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> |
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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Rep vs Picanco

Mr Picanco, a Brazilian national, was arrested for allegedly being
found in possession of 37 packets of cocaine. He was acquitted by the
SRM. Interestingly the court ordered that the drugs be returned to
him.

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