Individual Freedoms & State Security in the African Context: The Case of Zimbabwe

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Table of Statutes
(All statutes are Zimbabwean unless otherwise stated)
Apprenticeship Training and Skilled Manpower Development Act (Cap 266) 123
Bail Reform Act 1984 (USA) 106
Cape Town Ordinance 40 of 1828 (South Africa) 97
Commission for Investigations Act (Cap 183) (Zambia) 157
Constitution of Ghana 1969 146
Constitution of Ghana 1979 4, 157, 158
Constitution of Malawi 36, 44, 141
Constitution of Mauritius 146
Constitution of Nigeria 1979 4, 6
Constitution (Suspension and Modification) Decree No. 1 of 1984 (Nigeria) 6
Constitution of Rhodesia 1965 11, 56
Constitution of Rhodesia 1969 11,127
Constitution of Southern Rhodesia 1961 10,11
Constitution of The Sudan 1973 146,157
Constitution of Tanzania 1984 36, 44
Constitution of Zambia 1973 141, 146
Constitution of Zambia 1991 67,72
Constitution of Zimbabwe-Rhodesia 1979 13, 146, 157
Constitution of Zimbabwe 16, 25, 27, 37et seq, 60et seq, 72, 83, 87, 89et seq, 111 et seq, 129, 146
Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 7) Act 25
Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 9) Act 141
Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 11) Act 143,164
Corrupt Practices Act 1980 (Zambia) 106
Courts and Adjudicating Authorities (Publicity Restriction) Act 1985 95
Criminal Code 1960 (Ghana) 8
Criminal Procedure and Evidence Act (Cap 59) 57, 87, 97, 101-2, 123, 128
Criminal Procedure Code (Kenya) 99
Decree No. 31 of 1975 (Nigeria) 158
Decree No. 21 of 1979 (Nigeria) 158
Defence Act 1957 (South Africa) 5
Electoral Act (Cap 5) 124
Electricity Act (Cap 282) 115
Electricity Amendment Act 1981 115
Emergency Powers Act 1982 (Lesotho) 27
Emergency Powers Order 1988, No. 4 (Lesotho) 27
Emergency (Essential Supplies and Services) Regulations 1988 (Zambia) 113
Emergency Powers Act (Cap 83) 12, 24, 28et seq, 35, 49, 56, 113, 118, 124, 127

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