Zimbabwe Observes The Rule Of Law – Justice Malaba

Justice Luke Malaba CJ said that Zimbabwe’s judiciary is independent and not subject to influence from anyone.

Malaba made the remarks while speaking at the inaugural Herbert Chitepo Memorial lecture at the Great Zimbabwe University’s Herbert Chitepo Law School on Friday. He said:

We will be useless if we are not independent. Independence is a responsibility which is a big responsibility to ensure that the law is the master.

Malaba asserted that the country observes the rule of law as there is a clear separation of powers.

He added that the Constitutional Court and other courts always strive to maintain the rule of law and to promote and fulfil the fundamentals of human rights and freedom.

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4 comments on “Zimbabwe Observes The Rule Of Law – Justice Malaba

  1. Freedom to hallucinate and dream are all enshrined in the Constitution as Malaba pretends to be following and adhering to.

  2. Zanu pf you think you are on top of the world,but you are just bunch of loosers us Zimbabweans we know you lost elections and and this heartless Malaba put you there,dont forget freedom is coming Tommorow.we are stronger than ever before be warned.

  3. Zimbabwe judicial independance simply means the judiciary is independant from the people, the rule of law and the constitution, they are a renegade society

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