Can shareholders be lawfully divested of their rights outside the ambit of the Companies Act, asks Ms. Miriam Mutizwa

Ms. Miriam Mutizwa, a Zimbabwean-born IT professional based in the UK and a corporate literacy enthusiast under the Banking on Africa’s Future (BOAF) initiative to deepen and widen the understanding of the centrality of the rule of law in delivering the promise of an inclusive and prosperous Africa; asks: “Can shareholders be lawfully divested of their rights outside the ambit of the Companies Act.” Ms. Mutizwa asks this question because the Attorney General of Zimbabwe, Mr. Machaya, a qualified lawyer, did not see anything legally and constitutionally wrong with an…

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Secretary General Of The Friends of SMM (FOSMM) Asks A Rhetorical Question

Mr. Tapuwa Chitambo, one of the founders and the Secretary General of the Friends of SMM (FOSMM) asks a rhetorical question: “With parliamentarians like we have, who needs a parliament?” to highlight his frustration that since independence, the parliament of Zimbabwe has been reduced to a talking shop and rubber stamping institution for laws that undermine the promise of constitutionalism. Mr. Chitambo born on 8 August 1980, the year of Zimbabwe’s independence, was also the co-founder of Zimbabwe Activists Alliance and a Co-Convener of an initiative by a Churches and Civic…

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