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Gutu Magistrates Court New Office Block Officially Opened
The Secretary of the Judicial Service Commission, Mr. W.T. Chikwana on the 17th of May 2019 officially opened a new block of offices at Gutu Magistrates Court. The event is another landmark achievement in the Judicial Service Commission quest to improve access to justice by everyone in the country. The construction of this new block of offices and refurbishment of the old building is only one of numerous other access to justice projects that the Judicial Service Commission is carrying out countrywide. It is in line with the Commission commitment to the general upgrade and expansion of infrastructure as a component of the access to justice programme.READ MORE...
New Labour Court Building Officially Opened
The event marks another milestone in the Judicial Service Commission’s endeavour to improve access to justice. In this regard, the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) continues to discharge its institutional responsibility and constitutional mandate to improve access to justice through the construction of state-of-the-art infrastructure, accommodative of the needs of a modern society.READ MORE...
The President of the Republic of Zimbabwe,His Excellency Cde E.D Mnangagwa(Centre),Honourable Chief Justice L Malaba CJ (second from left),Honourable Deputy Chief E Gwaunza DCJ (far left),Honourable Minister of Justice,Legal and Parliamentary Affairs Cde Z Ziyambi(second from right),Honourable Finance Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube(far right) poses for a photo during the official opening of the new Labour Court Building on the 13th of May 2019 in Harare.
$5.8 Million for Gwanda Courts
GOVERNMENT has allocated RTGS$5,8 million towards completion of the Gwanda Provincial Magistrate’s Court which has been lying idle for more than 10 years. Speaking yesterday during a tour to assess progress of work being done, Chief Justice Luke Malaba said the project was expected to be completed in the next 18 months.READ MORE...
The new complex will include eight court rooms, offices for police, offices for prison officials and offices for prosecutors, as well as a basement with holding cells.
Developing News..New Harare Labour Court Building to be official opened in May 2019.READ MORE...
End of First Term Year 2019,Troutbeck Judges Symposium
The Judicial Service Commission of Zimbabwe, held a Two-day Judges Symposium for the end of the First Term, at the Troutbeck Resort Area, Nyanga. The subjects for discussion chosen by the judges reflect areas where judges felt the need for enlightenment. In his opening remarks, the Honourable Chief Justice Luke Malaba said that the purpose of this Symposium was to provide an opportunity for the judges to discuss and share ideas on how they can enhance a fair trial through efficient justice delivery system.READ MORE...
Superior Courts Judges listening attentively to a lecture during the Symposium that was held at Troutbeck Resort Area in Nyanga on the 4th to the 7th of April 2019