Title: Concubines: The legal implications of co-habitation and customary marriages on South African black women
Author: Nthabiseng Monareng
Size: 210mm x 148mm, 137 pages
ISBN: 978-0-620-60158-0 (print)
Concubine refers to a woman who cohabits with a man without being legally married to him. It also refers to a position where a man and a woman live together after going through a marriage ceremony but due to a defect in the marriage, it will not be legally recognized and accordingly will be regarded as a cohabitation relationship.
A woman who is in a cohabitation relationship and a woman whose marriage is legally invalid are nothing but concubines because they do not have any legal protection
Nthabiseng Monareng is the author of A Simple Guide to South African Family law, published by Siber Ink. She holds an LLB degree from the University of the Witwatersrand. She has extensive experience in the field of family law. She has been quoted on family law issues in various magazines and newspapers, including Sowetan, City Press, Move, Your Pregnancy, and Personal Finance.
She has facilitated numerous workshops on family law and has been featured on Ukhozi FM, Rainbow FM and Jozi FM as a family law expert. She has a passion for the empowerment of ordinary people, especially women and holds the view that people should educate themselves on the law and relationships and how they can protect themselves.
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