November 2018

SI 2018-242 Collective Bargaining Agreement Agricultural Industry Kapenta

IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare has, in terms of section 80(1) of the Labour Act [Chapter 28:01], approved the publication of the Collective Bargaining Agreement set out in the Schedule which further amends the agreement published in Statutory Instrument 116 of 2014, registered in terms of section 79 of the Labour Act [Chapter 28:01].

GN 2018/953 and 954 - Cancellation of Registration of Unlicensed Vehicles and Restriction on use of Land & Water Near Airport

GNs 953 and 954

(1) Notice of Intention to Cancel Registration of Vehicles not Licensed or Exempted

(2) Notice of Intention to Issue an Order for Prohibitions and Restrictions on Use of Land and Water in Vicinity of an Aerodrome

Grant Thornton: Analysing the Impact of the Intermediary Financial Transactional Tax

The government recently increased the intermediary financial transactions tax from USD0.05 per transaction ta USD0.02 per every dollar transacted. This article tries to analyse the impact of the new financial transaction tax on consumption (that is, demand and supply). What is the 2% intennediary financial transactions tax?

SI 2018-246 Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) (Amendment of Money Laundering and Proceeds of Crime Act and Exchange Control Act) Regulations, 2018

HIS Excellency the President, in terms of section 2 of the
Presidential Powers (Temporary Measures) Act [Chapter 10:20],
hereby makes the following regulations:—
1. These regulations may be cited as the Presidential Powers

BILL WATCH 37-2018 -Update on Statutory Instruments January - August 2018: Part 1

BILL WATCH 37/2018

[9th November 2018]

Update on Statutory Instruments January to August 2018: Part 1

This bulletin is Part I of a series aimed at providing basic information about the approximately 170 statutory instruments [SIs] gazetted during the period January to end of August 2018.  The statutory instruments dealt with in this bulletin are grouped by subject-matter under the following headings:

Commissions Watch - 8th November 2018 Commission of Inquiry: Mutare Public Hearings: 10 November


8th November 2018

Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence of 1st August

Mutare Public Hearings on Saturday 10th November


In an  advertisement in newspapers yesterday and today, the Secretary to the Commission of Inquiry, has published the following  invitation:

CCZ 10-2018 Gonese & J Majome v President of Zimbabwe & Others

REPORTABLE        (8)





  1.     INNOCENT     GONESE     (2)     JESSIE     MAJOME


  1.     PRESIDENT     OF     ZIMBABWE     (2)     PARLIAMENT     OF     ZIMBABWE     (3)     MINISTER     OF     LOCAL     GOVERNMENT     AND     PUBLIC     WORKS     AND     NATIONAL     HOUSING N.O.