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Zimbabwe: Remedy Unlawful Arrest and Detention of Lawyer Fadzayi Mahere | Letter

Full PDF Version 28 December 2016 The Hon. Mr. Emmerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs C/o The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Secretary P. Bag 7751, Causeway, Harare Zimbabwe Phone: +011 263 04 7774560, +011 04 … [Read more...]

Zimbabwe: Ongoing Prosecution of Beatrice Mtetwa | Letter

Full PDF Version 31 October 2013 Khembo Mohadi Minister of Home Affairs 11th Floor, Mukwati Building Private Bag 7703, Causeway, HARARE, ZIMBABWE Mr. Johannes Tomana, Attorney-General, Office of the Attorney, PO Box 7714, Causeway, HARARE, ZIMBABWE Dear Minister, Re: Ms. … [Read more...]

Zimbabwe: Wrongful arrest and prosecution of lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa | Letter

In March human rights lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa was arrested and detained for 8 nights after asking police for a search warrant and an inventory during a raid of her client’s premises. Charges of defeating and / or obstructing the course of justice under the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) were … [Read more...]

Zimbabwe: Unlawful arrest and detention of Beatrice Mtetwa | Letter

PDF version To: Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe; CC: Officer in Charge, Harare Police; Patrick Chinamasa, Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs; Khembo Mohadi, co-Minister of Home Affairs; Augustine Chihuri, Commissioner-General of Police; Johannes … [Read more...]

Zimbabwe: Detention and Treatment of Human Rights Defender Jestina Mukoko

Re: Detention and Treatment of Human Rights Defender Jestina Mukoko To: President Robert G. Mugabe et al From: CHARLES B. DAVISON, LRWC Member Date: 2009-10-12 Further to our various letters to you over the past two years, we once again write concerning the case and situation of Jestina … [Read more...]

Zimbabwe: WOZA and MOZA arrests

Re: WOZA and MOZA arrests To: Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai, and others From: Charles B. Davidson, member of LRWC Date: 2009-02-17 We write at this time to express our concerns about the arrests of a number of persons on February 10, 2009, following peaceful demonstrations outside the … [Read more...]

Zimbabwe: Mr. Broderick Takawira, Mr. Pascal Gonzo, Mr. Zacharia Nkomo and Ms. Jestina Mukoko

Re: Mr. Broderick Takawira, Mr. Pascal Gonzo, Mr. Zacharia Nkomo and Ms. Jestina Mukoko To: President Robert G. Mugabe, and others From: Charles B. Davison, member of LRWC Date: 2008-12-10 Once again Lawyers Rights Watch Canada (LRWC) is writing to you to express our most serious … [Read more...]

Zimbabwe: Ms. Jennifer Williams and Ms. Magadonga Mahlangu

Re: Ms. Jennifer Williams and Ms. Magadonga Mahlangu To: Mr. Robert G. Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe, and others From: Charles B. Davison, member of LRWC Date: 2008-10-28 Lawyers Rights Watch Canada (LRWC) writes to you once again about the cases of Ms. Jennifer Williams and Ms. … [Read more...]

Zimbabwe: Andrew Makoni and Alec Muchadehama

Re: Andrew Makoni and Alec Muchadehama To: The President of Zimbabwe and others From: Charles B Davison, member of LRWC Date: 2007-05-17 I am once again writing to you as a result of my concern about reports of a number of serious incidents of violence and illegal conduct in which your … [Read more...]

Zimbabwe: Raymond Majongwe, Secretary General of the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ)

Re: Raymond Majongwe, Secretary General of the Progressive Teachers Union of Zimbabwe (PTUZ) To: Robert G. Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe; Sobuza Gula Ndebele, Attorney-General, Zimbabwe   From: Charles B. Davison LRWC Date: 2007-02-12 I am writing concerning the case of Mr. … [Read more...]