ZLHR Contact Details Notice to Clients and Stakeholders

Please take note that with effect from Monday 23 March 2020, Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) has not been receiving any walk-in clients at all our offices across the country as part of measures to limit contact between our beneficiaries, staff and other stakeholders during the period of the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) until further notice.

We have taken this decision to complement some preventative measures to minimise contact and curb the possible spread of COVID-19. During this time, ZLHR secretariat and some member lawyers are practicing social distancing measures.

Further, following the announcement on Monday 23 March 2020 by Judicial Service Commission on limited operations of the courts, certain category of cases will be attended to by the courts. As part of the legal fraternity, ZLHR is also playing its part to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19 in the country.

All walk-in clients, who normally visit our offices and are in urgent need of our legal services during this period are advised to contact ZLHR on the numbers listed below, where we will continue to offer you help:

  • Matabeleland and Midlands provinces: +263 783 601 606
  • Manicaland and Masvingo provinces: +263 773 856 540
  • Harare and Mashonaland provinces: +263 784 427 922

For emergency cases, we remain available on our 24-hour hotline numbers:

  • Harare and Mashonaland provinces: +263 772 257 247
  • Matabeleland and Midlands provinces: +263 773 855 635
  • Manicaland and Masvingo provinces: +263 773 855 718

ZLHR staff remains available and accessible on our mobile phones, electronic mail platforms and upon request on Skype and other communication forums including social media.

These measures have been taken in the health interests of citizens and to contribute to alleviating the corona epidemic in Zimbabwe.

Source: Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights

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