Free law courses for traditional chiefs

Free law courses for traditional chiefs
Published: 02 July 2015 (840 Views)

Great Zimbabwe University and the Zimbabwe Chiefs' Council have agreed a landmark deal that will see the institution of higher learning offering free law courses to 272 chiefs in the country as part of efforts to improve justice delivery at the lower-tier level.

The inaugural group of chiefs to undergo law training is expected to start classes at the beginning of next year with graduates receiving certificates after 12 months of academic drilling in basic law.

The studies will be conducted at GZU's Herbert Chitepo Law School that was officially opened by President Mugabe at the end of last year.

- The Herald

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