Friday, October 15, 2021

Constitutional Law

BSR: Land and the complexities of the rule of law in Zimbabwe

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Introduction In the last #BSR, I discussed the issue of land compensation in Zimbabwe. I presented the current legal reality and argued that, contrary to...

BSR: Government must avoid legal missteps

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Last week, the new leader of Zimbabwe, President Mnangagwa announced his new Cabinet. Members of Cabinet were sworn into office today. There are a...

BSR: The Chief Justice Who Refuses to Go

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The problem of clinging on to office used to be a monopoly of politicians. Zimbabwe’s Chief Justice has challenged and eclipsed the politicians. Chief...

Politics

BSR: Zimbabwe’s elusive search for legitimacy

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Question of legitimacy The outcome of the disputed election will be resolved by the Constitutional Court when it sits on the 22nd of August 2018....

BSR: MDC-T – when things fall apart

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Things are falling apart in the country’s leading opposition party, the MDC-T. The centre is no longer holding, and that is principally because the...

BSR: Many rivers to cross

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“Many rivers to cross But I can't seem to find my way over Wandering I am lost As I travel along the white cliffs of Dover ... Yes, I've...

Rule of Law

BSR: Government must avoid legal missteps

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Last week, the new leader of Zimbabwe, President Mnangagwa announced his new Cabinet. Members of Cabinet were sworn into office today. There are a...

BSR: Moyo on BBC HardTalk

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It was supposed to be an opportunity to construct an alternative and persuasive narrative explaining the events of November which led to the departure...

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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