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The Judiciary and the Zimbabwean Constitution
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Acknowledgements .............................................................................. v
Preface ................................................................................................. vi
1. The Judiciary in Zimbabwe’s Constitutional System: An Introduction- James Tsabora ............................................................ 1
2. Conceptualising Judicial Independence under Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Framework- Gift Manyatera ......................................... 8
3. International Standards and the Judicial Function in Zimbabwe- Brian Penduka .................................................................... 26
4. The Administrative Framework for the Judicial Function in Zimbabwe- James Tsabora ................................................................ 49
5. Judicial Relations with the Executive Arm of Government in Zimbabwe- Nkosana Maphosa and Patience Chigumba .................... 72
6. The Judicial Selection Mechanisms for Superior Courts and Specialised Tribunals- Gift Manyatera ........................................... 103
7. Disciplinary Process of Judicial Officers in Zimbabwe- Valantine Mutatu ............................................................... 114
8. The Early Years of Implementation of the 2013 Constitution by Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court: Spotlight on Human Rights, Rule of Law and Constitutional Interpretation- Musa Kika ............................................. 135
9. The Judiciary and Electoral Adjudication in Zimbabwe- Tarisai Mutangi .............................................................. 160
10. Constitutional Labour Rights: Judicial Interpretation of the Right to Fair Labour Practice in Zimbabwe- Tapiwa G Kasuso ............................................................ 186
11. Realisation of the Right to Administrative Justice in Zimbabwe: Prospects and Challenges- Walter. T. Chikwana .................................................... 205
12. The Judiciary and Children’s Rights in Zimbabwe- Admark Moyo ................................................................. 228
13. Interrogating the System of Referring Constitutional Matters from lower courts to the Constitutional Court in Zimbabwe- Innocent Maja ................................................... 251
14. Judicial Interpretation of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in Zimbabwe: A Comparative Analysis- Linet Sithole ........................................................................... 262
15. Judicial Interpretation of the Right to Water and the Right to Health under the 2013 Constitution of Zimbabwe- Paidamwoyo Mukumbiri ................................................. 286
16. Judicial Interpretation and Application of the Human Rights to Food and Water- Elizabeth Rutsate .......................... 307
17. A Normative Framework for Access to Justice for Refugees in Zimbabwe: Towards a Judicial Approach- Sindiso Nozitha Nkomo and Michelle Rufaro Maziwisa .......................... 329
18. Environmental courts and tribunals (ECTs) in the implementation of constitutional environmental rights in Zimbabwe - Chantelle Gloria Moyo .................................................. 354
19. Conclusion- Julie Stewart and James Tsabora ........................................ 370
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