THE ENFORCEABILITY OF RESTRAINT OF TRADE AGREEMENTS

In many instances an employer requires its employees to sign a certain restraint of trade agreement which in essence bind the employee from not being employed by the employers competitors. […]

Africa’s ICC concerns are ignored at everyone’s peril

17 November 2016 Pretoria, South Africa – African states’ concerns with the International Criminal Court (ICC) are well publicised, but often badly understood and all too easily brushed aside. That […]

Mujuru challenges Presidential powers

Zimbabwe People First leader Dr Joice Mujuru has gone to the Constitutional Court to challenge the legality of a Presidential decree providing a legal framework for the introduction of bond […]

Think-tank challenges Presidential Powers

LEGAL think-tank, Veritas, says the Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) Act is unconstitutional and needs to be repealed. In its recent post on alignment of 126 laws with the Constitution and […]

PRESS STATEMENT FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF ZIMBABWE.

The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe will with immediate effect start the process towards issuance of Bond Notes as a legal tender in Zimbabwe. The process will commence with media publicity […]

THE POLITICIZATION OF THE STATE

To what extent is the hypothesis that in the post-colonial era, state institutions that promote and protect the rights entrenched in the constitution has been sufficiently compromised by the executive […]

They call the Third World the lazy man’s purview

This article was penned by Field Ruwe. He is a US-based Zambian media practitioner and author. He is a PhD candidate with a B.A. in Mass Communication and Journalism, and […]

Zanu PF plunders state resources

Over the years, the Zanu PF regime has always illegally and unconstitutionally conflated the relationship between Zanu PF as a political party and the State or government. Because Zanu PF is […]

#PublicOfficeCharter of Zimbabwe

This is what the Constitution of Zimbabwe demands of every public official of Zimbabwe. Every public officer should respect the fundamental rights or freedoms of any person – s48-78 (Bill […]