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The State of the Justice Delivery System in Zimbabwe

Submissions by Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights to the Senate Thematic Committee on Human Rights 

 

1. Introduction

A fully functioning and effective justice delivery sector is the foundation for the rule of law in Zimbabwe. Key stakeholders in the justice delivery chain in Zimbabwe include the judiciary, the National Prosecuting Authority, Correctional Services and the Zimbabwe Republic Police and legal practitioners.

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IM POLICE ARREST OPPOSITION LEADER AS COURT SETS FREE 13 PARTY SUPPORTERS

15 July 2014

 

ONE of the country's opposition leaders Jacob Chengedzani Satiya Ngarivhume has endured three nights in police detention after the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) charged him twice in less than one week with contravening some provisions of one of the country's tough security laws.

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PRE-TRIAL DETENTION IN ZIMBABWE

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ZLHR in the Media

Toll fees hike triggers lawsuit •Lawyers want increase set aside •Economic challenges cited

July 10, 2014

Daniel Nemukuyu Senior Court Reporter

A group of lawyers has filed an urgent High Court application challenging the increase in toll fees, in some instances by 100 percent, announced by Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Dr Obert Mpofu last week. The Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights wants Statutory Instrument 106/14, which contained the increases, to be set aside pending finalisation of the case.

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Lawyers demand right to clean water

9 MAY 2014

 

HELEN KADIRIRE

 

HARARE - Government must take urgent measures to ensure that people access adequate and clean water, which is now a constitutional right enshrined in the new charter, a rights organisation has said.

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