SOCIAL SECURITY SURVIVORS’ BENEFITS IN SOUTH AFRICA: TOWARDS LEGISLATIVE REFORM CONCERNING POSTHUMOUSLY CONCEIVED CHILDREN
Keywords:legal status, posthumously conceived children, entitlement, social security law survivors’ benefits
This purpose of this submission is to address the uncertainty regarding the legal status of posthumously conceived children and their entitlement to social security law survivors’ benefits. In the quest to achieve this aim, focus will be directed not only to the current South African legislative framework, but specifically also to the United States of America’s social-security survivors’ benefits legislative and judicial framework for comparative reasons.
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