IMEL is very happy to announce that Ms Amanda Mkhonza and Mrs Olivia Rumble joined the Institute at the beginning of this year.
IMEL is happy to announce the publication of a new book titled Hydraulic Fracturing in the Karoo: Critical Legal and Environmental Perspectives which is edited by Jan Glazewski and Surina Esterhuyse (Eds). The book explores a broad-ranging set of questions related to proposed hydraulic fracturing or ‘fracking’ in the Karoo.
Following twelve weeks spent together, the Principles of Environmental Law class bid their farewells to one another and headed home to their different regions in South Africa, Africa and Europe.
Land Use Planning Law is a very practical subject and accordingly Land Use Planning Law students spent the day down at Soetwater near Scarborough, unpacking an array of complicated land use planning law scenarios.