Consumers often face imbalances in economic terms, educational levels and bargaining power and bearing in mind that consumers should have the right of access to non-hazardous products, as well as the right to promote just, equitable and sustainable economic and social development. The phenomenal growth of consumerism worldwide has led to many jurisdictions improving their […]
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On 24 June 2019, after a 10 year hiatus, the Zimbabwean dollar was reintroduced as sole legal tender in Zimbabwe.
The Partners of MawereSibanda Commercial Lawyers notify you that Sharon Bwanya will be leaving the firm on the 31st December 2019. Pending the date of her departure she will be attending a secondment programme in the UK. Sharon has been with the firm since graduating from law school in 2007 and made partner in 2014. […]
As part of our continuous commitment to customer care, anti-money laundering and cyber security, MawereSibanda has made the following appointments: MawereSibanda is a full service commercial law firm headquartered in Harare, Zimbabwe with regional presence in Gaborone, Botswana. For more information on our expertise, visit our page.
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Alec Muza, head of our Intellectual Property practice area, was elected President of the Zimbabwe Institute of Patent and Trademarks Agents at the annual general meeting which took place on 27 February 2019. Alec Muza has 12 years’ experience advising companies on brand protection strategies, trademark and patent filings and prosecutions, copyright, licensing, sale and purchase […]
Zimbabwe is set to remove laws limiting foreign investment in the mining industry.
IP lawyers from MawereSibanda attended this year’s event which was hosted by the African Regional Intellectual Property Organisation (ARIPO) at the ARIPO headquarters in Harare, Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (ZIMRA) is accepting applications for tax amnesty. The tax amnesty was introduced in terms of the Finance Act, No. 1 of 2018 and applications may be submitted by qualifying person up to the 30th June 2018.
Zimbabwe has introduced amendments to its indigenisation legislation which has altered previous minimum shareholding requirements for businesses operating in reserved sectors.