The Rise and Fall of the Tribunal of the Southern African Development Community: Implications for Dispute Settlement in Southern Africa

ICSID Review, (2013), pp. 1-19

19 Pages Posted: 15 Jun 2013

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Erika De Wet

Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria

Date Written: January 15, 2013

Abstract

The article analyzes some of the legal implications of the demise of the SADC tribunal, notably for dispute settlement in the SADC region. Central to the article is the Campbell case concerning expropriation of land in Zimbabwe, its attempted enforcement in Zimbabwe and South African and the fall-out which this decision had for the SADC regime as a whole.

Keywords: dispute settlement, enforcement of international judgments, public policy exception

JEL Classification: K33

Suggested Citation

De Wet, Erika, The Rise and Fall of the Tribunal of the Southern African Development Community: Implications for Dispute Settlement in Southern Africa (January 15, 2013). ICSID Review, (2013), pp. 1-19, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2279348

Erika De Wet (Contact Author)

Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria ( email )

Physical Address Economic and Management Sciences
Pretoria, Gauteng 0002
South Africa

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