Tuesday, August 9, 2022

Constitutional Law

Comment on the Supreme Court decision on judicial appointments

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The Supreme Court of Zimbabwe has today made an important ruling allowing the Judicial Services Commission’s appeal against a High Court decision which sought...

Tinkering with the Constitution for parochial interests

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Barely four years after it was adopted by an overwhelming majority (94.5%) at the 2013 referendum, the government is already proposing amendments to the...

BSR – Gumbo and Conflicts of Interest

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The scandalous matter involving a Zimbabwean Cabinet Minister Joram Gumbo, as reported in The Herald presents a classic case of conflicts of interest which...

Politics

BSR: The Opposition’s “Annus Horribilis”

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A horrible year Twenty-eight years ago, Queen Elizabeth II famously described 1992 as an “annus horribilis”. It is a Latin phrase which translates to a...

BSR Supplement: No more water for water-carrier

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Bulawayo is affectionately known as the City of Kings. In more recent times, the moniker has become more expansive in tune with the changing...

BSR: Mnangagwa at Davos – A review

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Earlier this week, the BSR considered Mnangagwa’s trip to Davos, where he was to attend his first Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum....

Rule of Law

BSR: Mnangagwa’s list of bad boys – all bark and no bite?

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After taking power, President Emmerson Mnangagwa announced an amnesty for the return of funds which had been transferred outside the country. Those who would...

BSR: Understanding our system of government

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The purpose of this BSR is to contribute to the body of knowledge on the duties and responsibilities of elected representatives at national, provincial...

BSR: The Tenth Province

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1922 On 27 October 1922, voters in Southern Rhodesia participated in a referendum. They had two choices: to establish self-government or to join the Union...

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