CONSTITUTION WATCH 9/2019
[27th October 2019]
Death in Custody : Rights of Prisoners
CONSTITUTION WATCH 8/2019
[19th October 2019]
Can Statutory Instruments Amend Acts of Parliament?
CONSTITUTION WATCH 7/2019
[5th October 2019]
ID Checks at Roadblocks – Are they Legal?
CONSTITUTION WATCH 6/2019
[28th June 2019]
Zimbabwe Still Hasn’t Adopted the CAT
[The UN Convention Against Torture]
Why the Continued Delay?
26th June was the International Day in Support of Torture Victims
CONSTITUTION WATCH 5/2019
[28th February 2019]
Legality of Searches by Soldiers
CONSTITUTION WATCH 4/2019
[18th February 2019]
Criminal Nuisance and the Right to Protest
Many people arrested in connection with last month’s disturbances have been charged with criminal nuisance; many have signed admissions of guilt and have been released after paying deposit fines.
CONSTITUTION WATCH 3/2019
[7th February 2019]
Section 210 of the Constitution not Implemented
CONSTITUTION WATCH 2/2019
[19th January 2019]
In this bulletin we shall examine the legality of the Internet shut-downs against the background of the Constitution, international law and the Interception of Communications Act.
CONSTITUTION WATCH 1/2019
Lethal Force and the Use of the Military to Maintain Order
Once again soldiers have assisted the Police in maintaining law and order in our cities. Once again – tragically – people have been shot and killed, though it is not clear if soldiers or police officers fired the shots.
CONSTITUTION WATCH 2/2018
[25th September 2018]
Now elections are over Veritas is continuing its series of bulletins on implementation of the Constitution
Leader of the Opposition
CONSTITUTION WATCH 1/2018
[18th September 2018]
Now elections are over Veritas is resuming its series of bulletins on implementation of the Constitution
Implementation of Section 210 of the Constitution
Section 210 of the Constitution has still not been implemented over five years after the main parts of the Constitution came into force on 22nd August 2013.
CONSTITUTION WATCH 11/2017
[23rd November 2017]
The Status of the President and Ministers before the Swearing-in
CONSTITUTION WATCH 10/2017
[21st November 2017]
The President has Resigned
Parliament abandoned the impeachment proceedings on hearing that the President had resigned.
His letter of resignation was tendered to the Speaker of Parliament as stipulated in section 96 of the Constitution.
Mr Mugabe is no longer the President of Zimbabwe.
CONSTITUTION WATCH 9/2017
[20th November 2017]
After Impeachment, What Then?
CONSTITUTION WATCH 8/2017
[19th November 2017]
Constitutional Options: Can Parliament Remove the President?
CONSTITUTION WATCH 7/2017
[16th November 2017]
Where to Now? The Constitutional Options
STATEMENT BY GENERAL CONSTANTINO CHIWENGACOMMANDER, ZIMBABWE DEFENCE FORCESMonday 13th November 2017
Let us begin by quoting the Constitution of this Country particularly the preamble which speaks of “Exalting and extolling the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives during the Chimurenga/Umvukela and national liberation struggles and honouring our forebears and compatriots who toiled for the progress of our country”.
BROADCAST BY DEFENCE FORCES SPOKESPERSONWednesday 15th November 2017
The 26th June is the International Day in Support of Torture Victims
CONSTITUTION WATCH 5/2017
[May 29th 2017]
Do Laws have to be Aligned with the Constitution?
Must Laws be aligned to the Constitution? The answer is both “Yes” and “No”. We shall first look at why we say No, under the heading the Supremacy of the Constitution. We shall then examine the arguments for saying “Yes they do have to be aligned”.