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Constitutional Court Rules SI 61/2016

It is hereby notified that the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamnantary Affairs has, in terms of subparagraph (4)(a) of paragraph 18 of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution, approved the following rules of court made by the Chief Justice for regulating the proceedings of the Constitutional Court.

These Rules may be cited as the Constitutional Court Rules, 2016.

SI 2016 -101A - Public Order and Security (Temporary Prohibition of Public Demonstrations in the Central Business District of the Harare Central Police District) Order, 2016

Public Order and Security (Temporary Prohibition of Public Demonstrations in the Central Business District of the Harare Central Police District) Order, 2016 banning public demonstrations in the Harare CBD from the 2nd September to the 16th September 2016.

Zimbabweans invited to nominate suitably qualified persons to fill positions in the Supreme and High Courts

The Judicial Service Commission announces that four (4) judge vacancies have arisen in the Supreme Court and eight (8) in the High Court.

In terms of section 180(2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe, members of the public are hereby invited to nominate suitably qualified persons to fill the above positions in the Supreme and High Courts.

QUALIFICATIONS OF JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT

Section 178 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe provides that:

(1) A person is qualified for appointment as a judge of the Supreme

Court Grants an Order Declaring that a Widow was the Sole Beneficiary of a Farm in Contrast to the Master of the High Court’s Decision to Grant the Widow a Child’s Share of the Estate.

NEWS RELEASE FROM THE SOUTHERN AFRICA LITIGATION CENTRE AND WOMEN AND LAW IN SOUTHERN AFRICA- ZIMBABWE (WLSA- ZIMBABWE)

 

15 JUNE 2016

 

Court Grants an Order Declaring that a Widow was the Sole Beneficiary of a Farm in Contrast to the Master of the High Court’s Decision to Grant the Widow a Child’s Share of the Estate.

 

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