Title South Africa: 1. What is the situation in South Africa where a Zulu woman or tribal woman marries outside her tribe and without her family's permission? 2. Is there any history of "honour" crimes against the woman? 3. Does South Africa have an effective police force? 4. Will they act in cases that may be seen as tribal and family related? 5. Does the state prosecute crimes which can be seen as private (family) disputes? 6. Does Pakistan allow dual citizenship? If so, could a wife go to Pakistan?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 28 June 2007
Country South Africa
Topics Honour killings | Multiple nationality | SGBV | State protection | Women's rights | Women-at-risk
Citation / Document Symbol ZAF31961
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, South Africa: 1. What is the situation in South Africa where a Zulu woman or tribal woman marries outside her tribe and without her family's permission? 2. Is there any history of "honour" crimes against the woman? 3. Does South Africa have an effective police force? 4. Will they act in cases that may be seen as tribal and family related? 5. Does the state prosecute crimes which can be seen as private (family) disputes? 6. Does Pakistan allow dual citizenship? If so, could a wife go to Pakistan?, 28 June 2007, ZAF31961, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4b6fe31a0.html [accessed 23 July 2014]
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