is a partner with Chitere Chidawanyika&Partners Legal Practitioners. Tonderai has actively participated in ZLHR’s initiatives and has handled some human rights related criminal matters on behalf of human rights defenders.

Rudo Magundani is a partner at Scanlen & Holderness Legal Practitioners. Rudo graduated from the University of Zimbabwe in 2010 with a University Book Prize and the Law Society of Zimbabwe Book Prize for her outstanding academic achievements. In June 2012, she was awarded the Cambridge-Commonwealth Shared Scholarship to read for a Master in Law with the University of Cambridge (UK) where she specialised in international law. She is a human rights expert having worked in this field since 2008. She worked for the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum between 2008-2012. In 2014, Rudo joined Scanlen & Holderness as an Associate and was admitted to partnership in January 2019.

is the Executive Director of ZLHR and provides leadership in the management of the organisation and the clusters that implements ZLHR’s various programmes and activities. She holds a Bachelor of Law Honours degree from the University of Zimbabwe and a Master of Laws specialising in Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa from the University of Pretoria. She also holds post-graduate diplomas in Transitional Justice and Legislative Drafting. Rose sits on several boards of civil society organisations where she provides oversight on governance issues.

Godfrey Nyoni is a Senior Partner at Moyo and Nyoni Legal Practitioners. He holds a Bachelor of Laws Honours degree from the University of Zimbabwe. Currently, he is a trustee of the Law Society of Zimbabwe’s Compensation Fund and has previously served as a Councillor of the Law Society of Zimbabwe. Godfrey also serves as a director on various boards.