Besides using ZimLII for our organisations, I pick cases from ZimLII which I then discuss in a column in the Sunday Mail. That way legal information reaches a much wider audience. Many people don’t get to hear about the law. People read it, because I get a lot of feedback. 

Director, Women in Law in Southern Africa (WILSA)

Swelihle Mfeka attests in this video how SAFLII helped him to attain his goals and graduate his LLM degree with a distinction. He credits SAFLII with always providing him with full access to up to date judgments. Swelihle Mfeka was excited to find the SAFLII stand at the KwaZulu Natal Law Society meeting in late 2016. He approached the SAFLII representative, wanting to share evidence of his profound gratitude for the SAFLII service.

View the video here: https://youtu.be/18T8j2YvYEY

LLM Graduate, University of Kwazulu Natal

I even use ZimLII during a recess before I deliver a judgment on an issue.

Prior to the availability of ZimLII, Magistrates tended to ask the lawyers appearing before them for hard copies of the legal material they presented in court.

Regional Magistrate, Harare Magistrates’ Court