Legalisation Of Documents In Zimbabwe - Marume and Furidzo Legal Practitioners

Legalisation Of Documents In Zimbabwe

Legalisation is a process whereby a document is certified and authenticated so that it becomes acceptable as having legal effect in a foreign country. Zimbabwe is not a party to the Hague Convention on Abolishing the Requirement of Legalisation of Foreign Public Documents (Hague Convention) and therefore Apostilles cannot be issued. The most important documents …

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Protection Against Discrimination

Protection Against Discrimination

Discrimination refers to a situation when adverse action is taken against a person or particular group of people because they belong to a certain class of people or possess particular comparable attributes. Discrimination may be either direct or indirect. Direct discrimination occurs where negative action is taken against a particular person for having certain particular …

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Applicability Of The National Employment Code

Applicability Of The National Employment Code

Section 12B(2)(a) and(b) of the Labour Act Chapter 28:01 provides that an employee is unfairly dismissed if the employer fails to show that it dismissed the employee in terms of an employment code or in the absence of an employment code, the employer shall comply with the model code made in terms of section 101(9).” …

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