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    • Can you have a reparations policy without justice? 

      Unknown author (AMANI TRUST, 1999-09)
      Under humanitarian law and a series of international conventions, all gross human rights violations are argued to require legal remedy. However, in situations of epidemic violence legal remedies may require extension through ...
    • Fast Track Land Reform in Zimbabwe 

      Government of Zimbabwe (Government of Zimbabwe, 2002-05)
      This report considers the human rights implications of the so-called fast track process of land redistribution in Zimbabwe, under which the government has revised the constitution and amended legislation in order to allow ...
    • Justice in Zimbabwe 

      Legal Resources Foundation (Legal Resources Foundation, 2002-09)
      This report seeks to trace what has happened to the legal system of Zimbabwe over the last few years, giving examples of these developments. Where it is necessary to put these developments in a broader context, details are ...
    • THE CASE OF HENRY DOWA: THE UNITED NATIONS & ZIMBABWE UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT 

      RDRESS (Redress, 2004)
      In May 2003 REDRESS learned that an allegedly notorious Zimbabwean police torturer, Henry Dowa, was in Kosovo. Sources inside and outside of Zimbabwe confirmed that there were numerous serious allegations of torture linked ...
    • Zimbabwe at the Cross-Roads: Views of Zimbabwean citizens on democracy and transitional justice. 

      Tony Reeler & Kuda Chitsike (Idasa, 2005-01)
      This analysis, which included Zimbabwe, showed that, on average, Zimbabweans were highly dissatisfied with the state of democracy in their country, but that the winners were more satisfied than either the losers or the ...
    • TORTURE IN ZIMBABWE, PAST AND PRESENT PREVENTION, PUNISHMENT, REPARATION? 

      RDRESS (Redress, 2005-06)
      Zimbabwe has not acceded to the UN Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment nor the statute of the International Criminal Court. There are a number of other specific Commonwealth ...
    • An Analysis of the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum Legal Cases, 1998–2006 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, 2006-06)
      The Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (Human Rights Forum) was established after the Food Riots in 1998 as human rights groups and NGOs in Harare swung into action following the many reports of human rights violations.
    • WAITING FOR JUSTICE :The Politics of Delay in the Administration of Justice in Torture Cases: Practice, Standards and Responses 

      RDRESS (Redress, 2008-05)
      The Report reviews international standards on ‘timeliness’ as well as court judgments and procedures from a number of countries around the world. It formulates a number of important litigation and advocacy strategies for ...
    • A time for Accountability 081031 

      Amnesty International (Amnesty International, 2008-12)
      This report is based on Amnesty International’s field research, interviews with victims of human rights violations, their families and other witnesses, health workers, reports by other organizations and media reports.The ...
    • Crisis without Limits: Human Rights and Humanitarian Consequences of Political Repression in Zimbabwe 

      Human Rights Watch (Human Rights Watch, 2009-01)
      Zimbabwe is in a humanitarian crisis that is the result of a political crisis. A cholera epidemic has—as of January 12, 2009—left over 39,000 people infected and at least 2,000 dead, with the disease spreading to neighboring ...
    • 5 points for new government 

      Amnesty International (Amnesty International, 2009-02)
      The report emphasizes on Putting HUMAN RIGHTS AT THE TOP OF THE POLITICAL AGENDA and Amnesty International is also concerned about the deteriorating economic and social conditions in Zimbabwe. In particular, the organisation ...
    • APCJ Dec2010 Vol3 Num2 

      University for Peace (University for Peace, 2010-12)
      The APCJ is a refereed journal with a panel of international editorial advisors and readers. All articles are anonymously peer reviewed by at least two referees.
    • CCZ 4 15 MAWERE v REGISTRAR GENERAL & 3 OTHERS 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2013)
      This is an application, filed on the basis of urgency, in which the applicant seeks a declaratur that, being a citizen by birth, he is entitled to dual citizenship and that the law does not require of him to renounce his ...
    • CCZ 01 13 MAWAWIRE v MUGABE N.O. & 4 ORS 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2013-05)
      This is an application brought under s 24(1) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe (hereinafter "the Constitution") on the basis that the applicant's rights enshrined in ss18(1) and 18(1a) have been contravened.
    • CCZ 03 13 MUZANENHAMO v OFFICER IN CHARGE CID LAW AND ORDER & 7 Ors 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2013-11)
      This is an application under s 24(1) of the former Constitution for declaratory and consequential relief pursuant to the Declaration of Rights enshrined in that Constitution. The applicant in this matter is HIV positive. ...
    • Mudzuru & Another v Minister of Justice & 2 Ors Applicants' Heads of Argument 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2014)
      It is submitted that there are two main issues in this particular matter on the merits. The first is clearly, the question of protection of children's rights as defined in Article 81 of the Constitution and determining ...
    • CCZ 06 14 CHIMAKURE & 2 ORS v THE ATTORNEY GENERAL 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2014)
      The court had found that s 31(a)(iii) of the Criminal Code had the effect of interfering with the exercise of the right to freedom of expression. It found that the applicants had discharged the onus of showing that s ...
    • Mudzuru & Another v Minister of Justice & 2 Ors Respondents' Opposing Affidavit 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2014)
      The Secretary for Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, was duly authorised to depose to this affidavit on behalf of both 1st and 2nd Respondents.
    • CCZ 03 14 ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION + 1 vs THE COMMISSIONER 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2014)
      It was ordered that the 1st Applicant takes all the necessary steps to ensure that its officers and officers under the command of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Respondents, authorised to cast ballots in terms of section 81 of the ...
    • CCZ 11 14 SENGEREDO v THE STATE 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2014)
      This application was referred to this Court by the court a quo in terms of s 24(2) of the old Constitution of Zimbabwe (hereinafter referred to as “the Constitution”). The applicant was charged in the magistrate’s court ...