Saturday, June 12, 2021

Constitutional Law

BSR: Mugabe resignation – What happens next?

The resignation of former president of Zimbabwe, Mr Robert Mugabe on 21 November 2017 has left a vacancy in the presidency. This vacancy needs...

BSR: the resignation of Justice Makarau from ZEC

Last week, the head of Zimbabwe’s elections management agency, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), tendered her resignation. Justice Rita Makarau took office in February...

Second legal note on the new charge against Evan Mawarire

I understand the police have revised their charges against Pastor Evan Mawarire and that they are now charging him for allegedly “subverting” the constitutional...


BSR: implications of changes to the security sector

There have been important changes to the security sector and government, demonstrating yet another chapter in this season of major political developments in Zimbabwe....

BSR: Money, politics and data wars in Zimbabwe

Data wars The start of the Zimbabwe’s New Year has been dominated by serious controversy over new prices for mobile data, the main channel by...

BSR: Why Mnangagwa is wooing the international community?

Ever since he took power from his old boss, Robert Mugabe, Emmerson Mnangagwa has embarked on an accelerated charm offensive both at home and...

Rule of Law

BSR: red flags in the general election

It is often said that history repeats itself. Others caution that if we do not listen to the lessons of history, we are bound...

Hopewell Chin’ono: An unlikely symbol of persecution and resistance in Mnangagwa’s Zimbabwe

Tall, lanky, and soft-spoken, he has emerged as the unlikely figurehead of resistance to and symbol of political persecution by the regime of Emmerson...

BSR: Why it’s time up for ED and ZANU PF

Zimbabweans will vote on 30 July 2018. Although 23 candidates have registered to contest, by most accounts the two chief protagonists in this election...

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