Category: Legal and Parliamentary Affiars

Mining stakeholders discussing the MaShurugwi criminals issue

Stop the MaShurugwi criminals: Stakeholders

Following a spate of violent attacks by machete wielding gangs targeting gold producing areas, stakeholders have called on authorities to stop this menace in order to...

Rindai Chipfunde, ZESN Executive Director

Position on the proposed removal of the Presidential Running Mate in the Constitution

By ZESN The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) notes with concern the proposed changes in the Constitutional Amendment Bill to remove the Presidential Running Mate...

Chief Justice Luke Malaba

Theme for the 2020 Legal Year: “Transparency and Accountability”

By Veritas Introduction On Monday 13 January 2020 Chief Justice Luke Malaba delivered his speech for the official opening of the 2020 Legal Year in Harare while the...

Chief Justice Luke Malaba

Judicial Service Commission to introduce live streaming of court cases and integrated electronic management system

By Anyway Yotamu The judiciary will this year introduce live streaming of cases to attract public and national interest as well as the  integrated electronic management...

Libyan people to agree on an African or Libyan solution to the alarming situation of their country

Agree on an African or local solution to the alarming situation: PAP urges Libyans

The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) is monitoring the social, humanitarian and security situation in Libya with great concern. The Parliament rejects and condemns the...

Kadoma Central Constituency Member of the House of Assembly (MP) Hon. Muchineripi Chinyanganya

Shot in the arm for Rimuka Primary School

By Assignments Correspondent Kadoma Central Constituency Member of the House of Assembly (MP) Hon. Muchineripi Chinyanganya put broad smiles on the authorities and...

Machete gangs are causing havoc in mining areas

Punitive measures for machetes wielding gangs

By Anyway Yotamu  and Joyce Mukucha The Mines and Mining Development Parliamentary Portfolio Committee has urged the government to impose stiffer penalties on machetes...

Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 2) Bill was gazetted in a Government Gazette Extraordinary on Tuesday 31st December 2019

Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 2) Bill Gazetted

By Veritas Zimbabwe This Bill was gazetted in a Government Gazette Extraordinary on Tuesday 31st December 2019 [General Notice 2186/2019 signed by the Clerk of...

The year 2019 has been touted as tough for President Mnangagwa

2019 in Review: The Highs and Lows of Mnangangwa’s Year

By Farai Chirimumimba For President Emmerson Mnangagwa, 2019 has been a year of constant turmoil. On the economic front, he has presided over perpetual failure as he has...

A ZRP anti-riot vehicle

Assault Victim Wins ZWL$7 000 compensation claim against CIO and ZRP

By Kumbirai Mafunda The Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) and Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) have paid ZWL$7 000 to a victim of assault after he successfully sued...