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Service Act, 2006 (Act 10, 2006)
Published in the Government Gazette: January 19, 2007.
still to be fixed by statutory instrument in terms of section 1(2)
- as at January 21, 2007
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Service Act, 2006
Short title and date of commencement.
of Judicial Service.
4. Establishment of Committees.
of Judicial Service Commission.
of Judicial Service
Departments and classification of members of the Judicial Service.
and functions of Secretary of Commission.
re conditions of service of members of Judicial Service.
and deployment of members of Judicial Service.
associations and organisations.
from engaging in any work outside Judicial Service.
of Members of the Judicial Service
Investigation and adjudication of misconduct cases.
of persons presiding over courts from arrest or search in court
to Labour Court.
Funds of Judicial Service.
of moneys not immediately required by Judicial Service.
of Judicial Service.
Pension rights of members of Judicial Service.
not to affect application of certain other laws.
Amendment of Acts.
make further provisions for the Judicial Service Commission; to
constitute the Judicial Service; to establish the Judicial Service
Committees and to provide for their functions; to provide for the
administration and the conditions of service of members of the Judicial
Service employed in the Supreme Court and the High Court and other
courts subordinate to the Supreme Court and the High Court, and
the Office of the Ombudsman; to provide for the transfer of persons
from the Public Service to the Judicial Service; to make consequential
amendments to various Acts; and to provide for matters connected
with or incidental to the foregoing.
section 91(1) and (2) of the Constitution provide as follows-
The functions of the Judicial Service Commission shall be to tender
such advice and do such things in relation to the judiciary as are
provided for by this Constitution or by or under an Act of Parliament.
An Act of Parliament referred to in subsection (1) may confer on
the Judicial Service Commission functions in connection with the
employment, discipline and conditions of service of such officers
and persons employed in—
the Supreme Court, the High Court and other courts subordinate to
the Supreme Court and the High Court; and
the office of the Ombudsman;
are specified in such Act.
WHEREAS it is desirable to make further provisions for the Judicial
Service and for persons employed in connection with the administration
of justice in Zimbabwe:
THEREFORE, be it enacted by the President and the Parliament of
Zimbabwe as follows:-
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