Exploring alternatives to by-elections in Zimbabwe

Between 2020 and 2023 it saw over forty (40) by-elections for vacancies in the National Assembly constituencies and hundreds of local authority wards.
By Earnest Nyamukachi Mar. 3, 2024

The case of two judgments

In the Stone judgment, the applicants were challenging the constitutionality of various enactments whose effect was that their USD balances were converted into RTGS balances.
By Farai Chinyama Mar. 4, 2023

Reduce nomination fees, Zec urged

Zec’s nomination fees were gazetted through Statutory Instrument (SI 144) have been deemed exorbitant, with a presidential candidate expected to fork out US$20 000, up from US$1 000. 
By Kenneth Nyangani Feb. 22, 2023

Absence of Nec for media industry violates labour rights of journalists

For the past few years, Zimbabwe’s media landscape witnessed a number of statutory developments, such as the Media Practitioners Bill, and the Amendment of the Broadcasting Services Act.
By Zororai Nkomo Jan. 21, 2023

Rights groups launch constitutional literacy book

The Centre of Human Rights is a division of the faculty of law at the University of Pretoria.
By Miriam Mangwaya Nov. 15, 2022

Zim must stop targeting civil society organisations

Such attacks against civil society actors violate the right to freedom of conscience, expression, association protected by the Zimbabwean constitution, as well as international law.
By Own Correspondent Nov. 13, 2022

Combating corruption in public procurement

PUBLIC procurement has been defined as “the process by which governments, regional and local public authorities or bodies governed by public law purchase products, services and public works”.
By Clinton Chipo Sep. 29, 2022