Welcome to the Criminal Law Guide
This guide serves as a resource for students to gain a deeper understanding of the laws and regulations related to Criminal law. The guide will point students in the right direction for finding books, journal articles, relevant databases, and other information that will support their research.
Inter-library Loan is a service available to UWC staff and students to request material that is not available at our holdings.
A series of training sessions is scheduled to run during the 1st and 2nd semesters.
Invitations to these sessions are sent to the UWC community through the Campus Communications. The sessions are also advertised on the library website via the training calendar: https://uwc-ac-za.libcal.com/calendar
In the case where dates are not suitable, presentations can be done by invitation. Send an email request to email@example.com.
Access past exam papers here:
Exam past papers (primarily exam papers from before the year 2022)
Please note that as of 2022, past exam papers should be available on your iKamva course modules. Kindly contact your department administrator for any exam papers that are not available via the link above.
NB: Multiple choice question papers and Post Graduate exam papers are not available.
Please use your network login details to access the Exam Papers.
The credentials that you will use for login to your UWC library account or to sign into EZproxy when accessing online journals from off campus, will be the same login details that you use for the iKamva Learning Management System, the Wireless Network (Wi-Fi) or the Virtual Private Network (VPN).
If you experience any problems with your login details, please contact the ICS Helpdesk on 021 959 2000 or the firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who registered in 2021 and later:
Students who registered before 2021:
NB: Changing your password will change your password for all of the following accounts that you may use; iKamva, uKwazi library account, EZproxy, VPN, Intranet.
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