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  • LRF PRESS STATEMENT ON CUSTOMARY COURTS IN ZIMBABWE
    August 8, 2019

    Harare: The Legal Resources Foundation (LRF) is concerned with utterances in media reports which were attributed to the executive to the effect that Chiefs’ judgements should not be subject to appeals or reviews. This position, if enforced, will result in miscarriage of justice as it will mean that a person who is aggrieved by the […]

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  • Impacting rural communities through legal education
    March 19, 2019

    Most rural communities have a problem in accepting the position at law which allows a widow to remarry and continue to live at her deceased husband’s homestead with her new husband. This is slowly changing through legal education. Village head Chakudza of Chiriseri village is now telling his people that widows must not be chased […]

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  • The LRF brings together citizens and duty bearers
    February 26, 2019

    The LRF managed to bring together two erstwhile adversaries—council and residents to dialogue and find common ground to deal with challenges affecting communities in the City of Gweru. The LRF conducted meeting to reflect on the challenges and successes related to citizen participation and the need for dialogue between citizens and residents. The meeting was […]

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