Corruption and Human Rights Law in Africa

Keywords: Corruption, human rights, Africa human rights, victims, criminal law

Abstract

This book provokes the most pertinent debate engulfing Africa, that is, how to effectively deal with corruption in Africa – and it offers the human rights approach not as a replacement of criminal measures but to complement the already existing criminal measures, that gives a voice to the victims of corruption in Africa, who are, the ordinary citizens.

 

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Author Biography

Willard Tawonezvi Mugadza, North-West University (Potchefstroom)

LLD Candidate - Faculty of Law (North West University Potchefstroom)

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Published
2018-01-16
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