Midlands State University Law Review Journal Vol I

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Midlands State University Law Review Editorial Board
Journal Citation: 
MSULRJ I
Media Neutral Citation: 
MSULRJ I
Publication Date: 
01 October 2014

Midlands State University Law Review is a peer-reviewed law publication committed to publishing articles on various legal issues in Zimbabwe, Africa and the rest of the world. The MSU Law Review is published by MSU Faculty of Law.

 

Articles
Introduction by Deputy Editors 
Constitutionalism and the new Zimbabwean Constitution: T. Madebwe 
Transfer of Undertakings under Section 16 of the Labour Act: T.G. Kasuso 
The new Constitution and the death penalty: a justified discrimination? I. Nzero and P. Mhodi

Case Notes 
The challenge of constitutional transformation of society through judicial adjudication
Mildred Mapingure v Minister of Home Affairs & Ors SC 22/14. J. Tsabora
Electoral law, the Constitution and Democracy in Zimbabwe: A critique of Jealousy Mbizvo Mawarire v Robert Mugabe N.O & 4 Ors CCZ 1/13 
G. Manyatera and C. Hamadziripi
Fick and Ors v Republic of Zimbabwe: A commentary on implications of SADC Community Law 
T. Mutangi

Special Report
International and domestic perspectives on disability and education: Children with disabilities
and the right to education in rural Zimbabwe: A. Moyo and G. Manyatera