Congratulations to Justice Elizabeth Gwaunza on her appointment as Deputy Chief Justice WLSA Zimbabwe congratulates Justice Elizabeth Gwaunza on her appointment as the Deputy Chief Justice. The first woman to occupy such a post in the history of the country. Admitted as a legal practitioner in 1987, Justice Gwaunza then
“Transforming Women’s Lives through Economic Empowerment” As we commemorate the International Women’s Day, it is imperative for us to acknowledge the fact that the plight of the women folk still cries out for redress. While we are pleased that in some areas of life, great steps have been made, in
Dear Colleagues Harare; High Court on the 27th of February 2018 delivered judgement on the case of infringement of private property filed by Hwange Colliery Company against demonstrating spouses and widows of unpaid employees of the coal mining company. The women have been protesting outside the company premises for close
Spouses of Hwange Colliery Company employees in a tent where they have been staying for a month February 27 2018 What initially started as a pep talk among spouses and widows of Hwange Colliery Company over non-payment of salaries of their husbands has shaken the coal mining giant prompting it
FACT SHEETS ON THE LEGAL REQUIREMENTS OF MINING Can a woman become a miner? Yes. Women and men are encouraged to do mining as long as they have reached the right age to work. When can you become a miner? You can become a miner as soon as you turn 18
\What is the purpose of act? To protect victims of domestic violence and provide for long term measures of prevention of domestic violence. To prevent domestic violence from occurring. Who will benefit from the act? All persons who are in a relationship: A current, former wife or husband. All children,
After a person dies, it is very important that his or her property, be it land, livestock, furniture, motor vehicles, grinding mills, kitchen equipment or agricultural equipment is properly protected and distributed according to law. The property that a deceased person leaves has to be used to pay those he
BIGAMY WLSA Zimbabwe vision is to ensure a society in which justice in equitably accessed, claimed and enjoyed by women and girls in all spheres of life. We focus on laws and policies that affect women and the girl child. One of the major issues that we have dealt and