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Rome Statute   Zimbabwe signed on 17 July 1998. The persistent political crisis and rampant human rights violations are the main reasons for the government’s refusal to ratify despite the enthusiasm demonstrated by civil society towards the RS. However NGOs and CSOs have shown strong commitment to the use of international justice mechanisms in ending human rights violations in the country.
Agreement on Privileges and Immunities Zimbabwe has not signed the APIC.
Bilateral Immunity Agreement No information is available.
Implementing Legislation None (not a State Party)
Membership Commonwealth, Like-Minded Country, Southern African Development Community (SADC), African Union
Country Updates
NGO Letters, Papers, Reports, and Statements
NGO Media Statements
Author Date and Title
Lawyers for Human Rights
23 Jan 2014
SALC/ZEF CHALLENGE APPEAL AGAINST INVESTIGATION INTO CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY IN ZIMBABWE
SALC
08 May 2012
HIGH COURT ORDERS SOUTH AFRICAN AUTHORITIES TO INVESTIGATE CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY COMMITTED IN ZIMBABWE
SALC
13 Feb 2012
SOUTH AFRICA MUST INVESTIGATE AND PROSECUTE ZIMBABWEAN OFFICIALS ACCUSED OF CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, SAYS SALC
Official Documents
Author Date and Title
High Court of South Africa
May 2012
Judgment - SALC and Another v NDPP and Others