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Zimbabwe

Patrick Antony Chinamasa

Date of Birth: 25 January 1947
Place of Birth: Nyanga


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It’s time for a vote

Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa has suggested that all the bye-elections could be held at the same time...


Justice denied

She came at the invitation of Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa who blocked discussion of human rights in Zimbabwe at last year’s UN forum in Geneva...


Spinning out of control

The dominant party’s problem is that its own negotiators Patrick Chinamasa and Nicholas Tasunungurwa Goche have agreed with the other member of the coalition government the Movement for Democratic Change a list of political and constitutional reforms essential to credible elections...


The wiles of a crocodile, the memory of an elephant

With the exception of Didymus Mutasa ZANU-PF’s pontifex maximus the entire regional hierarchy was swept out of Parliament with Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa and Agriculture Minister Joseph Made securing their berths only by presidential appointment...


The missing election fund

In their replying affidavits Mugabe and Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa claim that not only the three seats but all vacancies would need to be fought – a total of eleven parliamentary seats and six senatorial ones...


Squashing the judges

Halfway through the case the Minister of Justice Patrick Chinamasa a hard-line Mugabe-loyalist was berating Tomana for incompetence...


'Too many enemies'

At the 29 October Politbureau meeting he ostentatiously excluded Justice Minister and chief negotiator Patrick Chinamasa from the usual fraternal salutations...


Tsvangirai's walkout puts Mugabe on the backfoot

When Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa objected to the SADC tribunal ruling in favour of white farmers and tried to pull out the SADC officials pointed out that there were procedures for abrogating international treaties and a ministerial letter was not one of them...


From retreat to turnaround

Justice Minister Patrick Chinamasa said it was time to spruce up the country's battered image and to reverse the Mugabe government's closure of four independent newspapers as the price of regaining 'our space in the family of nations'...


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