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Devolution demystified: Emerging debates and prospects for devolution in Zimbabwe A discussion paper

Devolution demystified: Emerging debates and prospects for devolution in Zimbabwe

A discussion paper

 

by

 

Tinashe C Chigwata[1]

 

Abstract

The devolution of governmental powers and resources has always been a contested subject in Zimbabwe as has been the case in many other countries. The controversies that characterises the adoption of devolution have continued to shape or impede its implementation since 2013, when the new Constitution of Zimbabwe was adopted.

The State is not above the law: Enforcing a judgment against the State when it fails to comply with a judgement

 

The State is not above the law:

Enforcing a judgment against the State when it fails to comply with a judgement

 

Case note on the cases of

Mangwiro v Chombo NO HH-710-16;

Mangwiro v Minister, Justice & Legal Affairs (N.O.) & Ors HH-172-17 and

CCZ

By Geoff Feltoe  

 

Introduction

 

Proclamation 2 of 2018 - Zimbabwe Votes on July 30th 2018

__________ Proclamation 2 of 2018______

PROCLAMATION

by

HIS EXCELLENCY THE HONOURABLE EMMERSON DAMBUDZO MNANGAGWA, G.C.Z.M., President of the Republic of Zimbabwe and Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Forces of Zimbabwe.

 

WHEREAS, by section 143(1) of the Constitution, Parliament is elected for a 5 year term which runs from the date on which the President-elect is sworn in and assumes office in terms of section 94(1 )(a) of the Constitution;

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