Category: Legal and Parliamentary Affiars

Legislation of DNA as new form of admissible evidence on the cards

By Byron Mutingwende   The Law Development Commission (LDC), with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Centre for Applied Legal...

Wildlife management a critical component of SDGs

By Byron Mutingwende   Parliamentarians have been urged to lobby for governance solutions and legislation that advance sustainable wildlife management and...

Zimbabwe’s unending impasse: a time to sit on the table?

By Byron Mutingwende The Southern African Political Economy Series Trust (Sapes) and Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) Conference on developing a dialogue for reform...

Health is a right for all: stakeholders

By Byron Mutingwende   Lizzy Kanyimo (eight months pregnant) arrives at the local clinic, her stomach bulging. In the left hand she is holding a stick that helps...

Do Laws have to be aligned with the Constitution?

By Veritas Bill Watch   Introduction Must Laws be aligned to the Constitution?  The answer is both “Yes” and “No”.  We shall first look at why we say...

CiZC implores government to focus on realignment and not amending Constitution

By Byron Mutingwende The Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) says the indication by the government to amend the constitution exposes its lack of will to implement the...

MOUs to enhance Parliament’s capacity to carry out its mandate

The Parliament has said it will be assisted in fulfilling its constitutional mandate of making laws for the peace, order and good governance of Zimbabwe through...