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  • '''Moses Chihobvu''' is the Commissioner-General of the [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] (ZPCS). He was promoted after the retirement of ...Army]] in 1999 and appointed personal staff officer to the commissioner of prisons.
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  • ...niles. Nearly 10% of the country's prison population from the country's 42 prisons was freed. These includes: ...es that and subsequently death. An estimated 100 prisoners die in Zimbabwe prisons every month due to various illnesses related to overcrowding and malnutriti
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  • | owner = [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] ...r League]] alongside [[Tenax Football Club]] to be owned by the [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]]. They currently face a dilemna after getting pr
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  • *Zimbabwe Republic Police and Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services - November 29 *Zimbabwe Republic Police and Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services - October 28.
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  • *Legal Analysis of Prisons Act-Zimbabwe and drafting model Prisons Bill
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  • ...hiri]] '''Christine Phiri''' is a [[Zimbabwean]] pastor. She is a Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services Chaplain. ...="T">[https://twitter.com/ZPCS_PR/status/1468941975219056643?s=20 Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service], ''Twitter'', Published: December 9, 2021, Retrie
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  • ...my]], [[Air Force of Zimbabwe]], [[Zimbabwe Republic Police]], [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] and [[Central Intelligence Organisation]]<ref n * Major General (Ret.) [[Paradzai Zimondi]] - Head of the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services
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  • ==Homosexuality in Prisons== Zimbabwe has a high rate of homosexuality in prisons.<ref name="nd01">Phyllis Mbanje, [https://www.newsday.co.zw/2016/07/14/zimb
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  • ...ons EXTRA: Zambia’s new president appoints man who detained him as head of prisons], ''The Cable'', Published: September 2, 2021, Retrieved: September 2, 2021
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  • The [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] (ZPCS) was accused of protecting Munyaradzi. ...vestigate allegations that Munyaradzi allegedly connived with two Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service (ZPCS) officers to allow him to attend the funeral
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  • '''Paradzai Zimondi''' was the former [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] (ZPCS) commissioner-general. He died on 22 Janu Zimonde retired from the top prisons post in November 2020 after 22 years of service which began in 1998 when he
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  • He also sits on the Board of the [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]].<ref name="H">[https://www.herald.co.zw/mapuris
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  • ...ISON">[http://phaseloop.com/foreignprisoners/prison-zimbabwe.html ZIMBABWE PRISONS], ''Foreign Prisoner Support Service'', published:2009,retrieved:30 July 20 ...e.<ref name="TAZNA">[http://www.tagzania.com/pt/zimbabwe-prisons/ ZIMBABWE PRISONS], ''Tagzania'', Retrieved:30 July 2014</ref>
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  • '''Shepherd Yuda''' is a former [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] officer.
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  • * Visit and inspect prisons, detention places, refugee camps and similar facilities where mentally diso ...of the Constitution. The unit is responsible for visiting and inspecting prisons, places of detention, refugee camps and related facilities. It is also resp
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  • ...have included fortified refuges for women and children in case of attack; prisons for slaves being transported by Arabs to the coast; grain stores; gold wash
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  • ...n many programmes, from training NGOs to teaching in churches, schools and prisons.
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  • The [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] team, which was formed 10 years ago, came so ne
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  • ...w York City, USA in 2006. In addition she led poetry workshops in schools, prisons and community groups in Yorkshire and Lanchasire.<ref name="zodwanyoni"> [h
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  • ...rofessional MC. He did his primary at Chikurubi Primary and Harare Central Prisons. and proceeded to Hama High School in Chirumanzu. Tanaka has a Diploma in A
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  • ...ir Force chief [[Perrance Shiri]], coup announcer [[Sibusiso Moyo]] and ex-prisons boss [[Paradzai Zimondi]].<ref name="Zimlive"> [https://www.zimlive.com/202
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  • ...officers and 138 non-commissioned officers from the [[ZNA]] and [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service]] graduated after completing six courses which inc
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  • | employer = [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] ...on of football clubs in the country. She was the chairperson of [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] (ZPCS) 2014 league debutants [[Whawha Football
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  • ...government to accept the reality of rampant homosexuality in the country’s prisons and provide measures to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS and other sexually t
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  • ...e who were in prison in Rhodesia using letters that were smuggled into the prisons. These prisoners would help with advice <ref name="sm001" />
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  • ...other themes. He also serves an Advisory Board member to the [[Zimbabwe]] Prisons & Correctional Services (ZPCS) [[Mashonaland Central Province]].
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  • ...are]] and detained at [[Wha Wha]], [[Sikombela]] and [[Salisbury]] Central prisons.<ref name="colonial">D Mitchell and R. Carey, [http://www.colonialrelic.com
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  • ...nd the rights of litigants in the courts. They also work with the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) and the [[Zimbabwe Republic Police]] (Vict
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  • ...are Remand Prison on 7 August 2020 to Chikurubi Maximum Prison by Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) officials. His lawyers only came to know o ...tution which lays out the rights of everyone who is detained. The state of prisons in Zimbabwe has been an issue of public scrutiny due to deteriorating hygie
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  • ...women to march in protest and co-ordinated care for detainees who were in prisons in places such as [[Marondera]] and [[Sikhombela]]. <ref name="th001">[http
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  • ...ecial focus on health, access to treatment, working with peer educators in prisons on sexual and reproductive health and rights. She sits on boards of powerfu
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  • ...l hero [[Eddison Zvobgo]]. Zvobgo is the chairman of the advisory board of prisons in [[Masvingo Province]]. He also manages [[Zvobgo Holdings]] which is the
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  • ...sed to take over his late father’s band. He was employed by the [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]].<ref name="H">[https://www.herald.co.zw/cde-chi Early in 2017, he released an album featuring Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services Civic Education despite his ill-health.<ref name=
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  • ...are Remand Prison on 7 August 2020 to Chikurubi Maximum Prison by Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) officials. His lawyers only came to know o ...tution which lays out the rights of everyone who is detained. The state of prisons in Zimbabwe has been an issue of public scrutiny due to deteriorating hygie
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  • * [[Zimwana]]: children in prisons
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  • Between 1962 and 1979, he was detained at Wha Wha and Salisbury prisons.<ref name="HERALD"/> When they were squabbles within ZAPU, Nkala stated tha
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  • ...the death in custody of an individual who was on remand in the custody of Prisons and Correctional Services. The individual was remanded in a condition of un
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  • He was assistant chaplain-general of Prisons at the time when [[Emmerson Mnangagwa]] was in prison for bombing the [[Rho
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  • ...[[Salisbury]] (present day [[Harare]]), which was one of the most gruesome prisons in [[Rhodesia]] (present day [[Zimbabwe]]).<ref name="TR"/> In regard of th
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  • Sulumani was appointed the brand ambassador for the [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] (ZPCS). He was conferred with the rank of Assis ...olutionary and Patriotic Youth Network]] (ZIRAPAYON) wrote to the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS) and Justice minister [[Ziyambi Ziyambi]] o
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  • (c) He has referred to the former ZANU leaders now in Zambian prisons as murderers before they have been convicted before a court of law. Is he t ...Britain for the maintenance of the families of ZANU leaders now in Zambian prisons, but not a penny of them has been used for this purpose. He remarked that h
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  • ...h other ZANU leaders was imprisoned and spent the next 11 years in various prisons and restriction camps such as [[Salisbury Prison]] and [[Kwekwe]] (Que Que)
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  • ...Petros came back to Zimbabwe to take up coaching and in 2014 led Zimbabwe Prisons Services club WhaWha FC to a historic promotion to the country’s Premier
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  • [[File:Paradzai_Zimondi.jpg|thumb|left|Paradzai Zimondi]] Former [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]] (ZPCS) commissioner-general [[Paradzai Zimondi] ...pindula.co.zw/2021/01/22/former-prisons-boss-paradzai-zimondi-dies/ Former Prisons Boss Paradzai Zimondi Dies], ''Pindula News'', Published: January 22, 2021,
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  • ...ane''' has been on the [[Midlands Regional Advisory Board for the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]].<ref name="LinkedIn"/> Before he ventured into
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  • ...a Prison in [[Midlands]]. His people were blocked from visiting him at the prisons.
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  • ...ld Comfort Confrontedâ]], which traces his roots working in England in the prisons and probation services, and youth and community work in the slums of East E
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  • ...ime at [[Hwahwa Prison|Hwahwa]] and [[Gonakudzingwa Prison|Gonakudzingwa]] prisons.<ref>[https://www.facebook.com/pages/Elton-Mangoma/298721403632895?sk=info&
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