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Private prosecutions in Zimbabwe Victim participation in the criminal justice system
(Creative Commons, 2016)
Two recent developments have changed the face of private prosecutions in Zimbabwe. Firstly, the prosecutor general had to decide: (1) whether private companies may institute private prosecutions; and (2) whether the ...
Victim participation in the criminal justice system in the European Union through private prosecutions: Issues emerging from the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2016)
Private prosecutions are one of the ways through which crime victims in many European countries participate in the criminal justice system. However, there seems to be a reluctance at the Council of Europe level to strengthen ...
Seychellois courts and the protection of the right to equal protection of the law
(SAGE Publications, 2018)
Unlike the constitutions of other African countries such as Uganda, South Africa, Kenya, Mauritius, Zimbabwe and Namibia which expressly provide for grounds on which a person may not be discriminated against, the Constitution ...
The admissibility in Namibia of evidence obtained through human rights violations
(Pretoria University Law Press, 2016)
Unlike the case in other African countries, such as South Africa, Kenya and Zimbabwe, the Namibian Constitution does not require courts to exclude evidence obtained through human rights violations if the admission of that ...
The admissibility of evidence obtained through human rights violations in Mauritius
(Juta Law Publishing, 2018)
The Constitution of Mauritius, unlike those of South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya, does not guide courts on the issue of the admissibility of evidence obtained through human rights. Jurisprudence from Mauritius shows courts ...