University of Zimbabwe Students Law Review Journal - Call for Articles

Are you a budding or experienced legal author, researcher or analyst? 

The Editorial Board of the University of Zimbabwe Student Journal (UZSJ) has announced a call for articles. Law Academics, Practitioners, Gvt. officials, Law Students and organisations in the legal profession are invited to contribute to the 5th Volume of the University of Zimbabwe Students Law Review Journal (UZSLRJ). Guidelines for would-be contributors are provided in the attachment. 


Looking forward to hear from you!


Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 1) Bill, 2016 (HB 15, 2016) - Analysis by Veritas Zimbabwe

The following is a mirror upload of the Analysis completed by Veritas Zimbabwe on the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 1) Bill, 2016 (HB 15, 2016)



[25th January 2017]

Constitutional Amendment to Extend Presidential Powers



Guidelines on the Appointment of Judges

These guidelines:
(a) set out the essential processes that the Judicial Service Commission will follow in implementing section 180;
(b) act as an aide-memoir and checklist for essential matters which the Judicial Service Commission must take into consideration in determining the qualifications and probity of the nominees for judicial office during the selection process;
(c) inform the entire decision-making process of the Judicial Service Commission.

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.


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