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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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  • [[Category: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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  • ...tember 2016. The Zimbabwe Prison Service said he needed clearance from the Prisons Commissioner General [[Paradzai Zimondi]] as he was not an ''ordinary citiz ''More: [https://www.newsday.co.zw/2016/09/17/prisons-bar-tsvangirai-visit/ NewsDay]''
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  • *[[Zimbabwe Republic Police|police]] and the [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]]......September 27.
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  • 2. “The provisions of Part XX of the Prisons Act to the extent that they exclude prisoners sentenced to imprisonment for ...the enactment of the legislation amending the provisions of Part XX of the Prisons Act, so as to conform with the right to equal protection and benefit of the
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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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  • Her case was this week postponed after the [[Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services]](ZPCS) failed to bring Masarira to court on time
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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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  • ...lick Macheso and Thomas Mapfumo. Elphas Mashamba is a employed at Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (Z.P.C.S) since 14 October 2013. He is currently
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  • *Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional services-29 July 2016
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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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  • ...arirenyatwa]]. The Health Ministry received 100 tonnes, while the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services got 50 tonnes.
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