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Strengthening locus standi in human rights litigation in Zimbabwe: an analysis of the provisions in the new Zimbabwean constitution
Zimbabweans have been both victims of and witnesses to serious human rights violations over the years. Though there is wide agreement and speculation that the state and its agencies are the perpetrators of these atrocities, ...
Towards the protection of human rights: do the new Zimbabwean constitutional provisions on judicial independence suffice?
If human rights are to be effectively protected in any country, the judiciary has to recognise that it also has a role to play in this regard. The rationale for this is that the judiciary has a duty to enhance and protect ...