MSU to represent Zim after winning Moot Court finals

SYDNEY MUBAIWA 

MIDLANDS BUREAU 

GWERU – The Midlands State University (MSU)’s Law School are the winners of the national finals of the International Humanitarian Law Moot Court competitions held at the Harare High Court recently. 

The University will represent Zimbabwe at the All Africa Humanitarian Law Moot Court to be held in Arusha, Tanzania in November. 

Other universities which took part in the competitions are University of Zimbabwe, Ezekiel Guti University and Great Zimbabwe University.

The MSU team which was represented by Eunah Ndou, Siphathisiwe Mitchell Lunga and Leone Jerie beat the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) in the finals.

The competitions were co-hosted by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Raoul Wailenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI) and presided over by Judge President Justice Mary Zimba -Dube. 

MSU Law Dean, Gift Manyatera confirmed the development to The Mirror in an interview.

“We want to congratulate our students for winning the national competitions. The competitions present an opportunity for them to build on their confidence and improve their skills as future lawyers,” he said. 

He confirmed that the University will represent Zimbabwe in Tanzania.

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