PLEASE NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Stellenbosch: Buses will leave at 8am sharp from Neelsie parking lot.
UCT: Buses will leave at 8am sharp from Bremner building.
UWC: Buses will leave at 8am sharp from outside the Main Library.
Please note that students may not bring their own vehicles to the seminar.
What to bring:
Your own sleeping bag and/or blankets, pillow, towel, toiletries, something to write with and on, and your own set of cutlery and crockery i.e. plate, bowl, mug, knife, fork, spoon.
Do not bring alcohol or illegal substances to the seminar. We will provide some drinks on Saturday evening.
A booklet containing recommended readings for the seminar can be obtained from your respective campuses. These can be collected from Course Materials at UCT, from the Law Dean’s Secretary at Stellenbosch and at the information session on Thursday at UWC. Please do these readings as they are relevant to the various talks taking place
and will enhance what you can get out of attending the seminar. Due to the length of the judgement, we were only able to include the media summary of Mazibuko v City of Johannesburg in the readers. We highly recommend that you read the full judgment before the seminar. It can be found here: Mazibuko. Also, you can find a note by Zackie Achmat, including a commentary on the case by Prof. Pierre De Vos and links to pieces by Eusebius Mackaiser and the Anti-Privatisation Forum here: http://writingrights.org/2010/07/21/water-is-life-but-life-is-cheap-pierre-de-vos/
We hope you’re looking forward to the seminar as much as we are!