Arrest of prosecutor general an assault on the rule of law

Arrest of prosecutor general an assault on the rule of law

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) is disturbed by the arrest and detention of the Prosecutor General, Johannes Tomana, on 1 February 2016 and his appearance in court the following afternoon on charges of criminal abuse of office or alternatively obstructing the course of justice.

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Damned to the heart of darkness

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Tsvangirai warns EU

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Introduction

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Brief preliminary points on the arrest of the Prosecutor General

Brief preliminary points on the arrest of the Prosecutor General

The arrest of the Prosecutor General and his subsequent placement on remand on criminal charges of abuse of office are unconstitutional acts. It is premature and therefore unconstitutional to arrest and charge a Prosecutor General for alleged acts of misconduct arising from the performance of his duties before invoking the procedures in the Constitution that deal with acts of misconduct by a person occupying that office.

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THE Bulawayo City Council has sealed an agreement with Zimbabwe Power Company to draw water from Khami Dam for the generation of electricity at the Bulawayo Thermal Power Station.

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Arrest of prosecutor general an assault on the rule of law

Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) is disturbed by the arrest and detention of the Prosecutor...
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Damned to the heart of darkness

Those unfortunate enough to need protective psychiatric care in Harare are surely among the damned of...
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Tsvangirai warns EU

Introduction...
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Brief preliminary points on the arrest of the Prosecutor General

The arrest of the Prosecutor General and his subsequent placement on remand on criminal charges of...
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Byo, Zesa in $87m Indian funded deal

THE Bulawayo City Council has sealed an agreement with Zimbabwe Power Company to draw water from...
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