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Mhlongo, L. B. 2017. The effect and impact of national and international law on foreign investment in South Africa. University of South Africa, Pretoria.
Note: As this is an unpublished work, the title will not be italicised.
In-text referencing using the Harvard method has only minimum information about the source to prevent disruption to the overall flow of the text. Typically, this will be author and year of publication which are written in brackets (parentheses), but there are a number of variants depending on how the source is mentioned in the sentence structure.
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Caple, Andrew. 2017. “Transparency, privacy and equality: A human rights analysis of the open justice principle in Australian mental health legislation.” PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/109615/.
Author. Year. “Title.” Type of thesis, Name of institution. Name of database (Identification number).