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When a father discovers a man raping his young daughter: Case note on S v Nyakabau HH-330-19

When a father discovers a man raping his young daughter:

Case note on S v Nyakabau HH-330-19

 

By Geoff Feltoe

In this case the court had to deal with a situation in which a father severely beat a man who had raped his fifteen year old daughter, which beating caused the death of rapist. The father was charged with murder and the main issue was whether he could successfully rely on the partial defence of provocation.

Final Papers of the 2016 National Symposium on the Promise of the Declaration of Rights under the Constitution of Zimbabwe (Single Volume - PDF)

Final Papers of the 2016 National Symposium on the Promise of the Declaration of Rights under the Constitution of Zimbabwe:

Constitutional Analysis of the Interpretation Clause of the Zimbabwean Declaration of Rights  - Admark Moyo

The Constitutional and Legal Frameworks for the Protection of Women against Violence in Zimbabwe - Pamela Machakanja, Deliah Jeranyama and Eunice Bere

The Constitutional State and Traditionalism under the 2013 Zimbabwean Constitution: A Critique - James Tsabora

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