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    • 10 18 Gonese et al v President et al 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2018-10)
      This is an application in terms of s 167(2)(d) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe for the Court to determine whether Parliament or the President has failed to fulfil a constitutional obligation. The applicants aver that the ...
    • 31 August 2016 Newsletter 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, 2016-08)
      ZHRC speaks to human rights victims
    • 31 August 2017 Commission Newsletter 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, 2017-08)
      ZHRC’s ability to go ‘where the angels fear to tread’ impresses Speaker
    • 31 January 2017 Newsletter 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, 2017-03)
      Newly appointed Executive Secretary hopes to leave a mark
    • 4 18 City of Harare v Mushoriwa 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2018-09)
      This is an appeal against the judgment of the High Court granting a provisional order in favour of the respondent pursuant to an urgent chamber application filed by the latter.
    • 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 ...
    • 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.
    • ANTI IMPUNITY REPORT 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission, 2019-07)
      This report narrates the level and extent of state agents' level of impunity in Zimbabwe informed by the legal cases that the Forum has been working on since its formation in 1998.
    • Anti-Impunity update 

      Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum (Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum, 2019)
      The alert highlights that failure by the government to honour court judgments in favour of victims of human rights violations by the police and the military, is actually a human rights violation.
    • 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.
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • CCJP Strategic document 

      ZCBC (ZCBC, 2019-04)
      Strategic Plan for Constitution Dissemination, Education and Awareness in Fourteen (14) Officially Recognised Languages.
    • 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 01 14 DHLAMINI & 6 OTHERS v THE STATE 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2014-03)
      This is a referral by the High Court for determination under s 24(2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe of questions of alleged violations of the fundamental rights of the applicants guaranteed under ss 13(1) (right to personal ...
    • CCZ 01 2018 TIMOTHY SANGO B. EDWARD DUMBURA v THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF MANICALAND, CHURCH OF THE PROVINCE OF CENTRAL AFRICA 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2018-03)
      These are two separate applications which are substantially similar, in that they raise the same issues and seek the same kind of relief against the same respondent church.The applicants are employed by the Ministry of ...
    • CCZ 02 14 MADANHIRE v ATTORNEY GENERAL 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2014)
      The applicants herein were jointly charged with the crime of criminal defamation as defined in s 96 of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act [Cap 9:23] (the Criminal Law Code). Pursuant to an application under s ...
    • CCZ 02 2018 GREATERMANS STORES AND ANOR v MINISTER OF PUBLIC SERVICE, LABOUR & SOCIAL WELFARE CCZ 86 15 

      Government of Zimbabwe (2018-03)
      The applicants are companies duly incorporated in terms of the laws of Zimbabwe. They made an application to the Court in terms of s 85(1)(a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 20) Act (“the Constitution”). ...
    • 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. ...
    • 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 ...