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Enshrined labour rights under s 65(1) of the 2013 Constitution of Zimbabwe: the right to fair and safe labour practices and standards and the right to a fair and reasonable wage
(University of Zimbabwe Student Law Review Journal, 2016-05)
Pluralist scholars argue strongly that common law is heavily stacked against employees, by its placing a premium on the contract of employment. According to iconic labour law jurist, Otto Kahn-Freund, in doing so, common ...
The duty of bank confidentiality in South Africa and other jurisdictions such as Zimbabwe: justifications, judicial limitations and legislative inroads rising from the need to avert crimes.
(University of Zimbabwe, 2018)
At common law, the bank is under an obligation not to disclose any of its clients’ information but to keep it confidential.Nowadays, the banks are confronted with two conflicting duties: the duty to maintain confidentiality ...