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Prof. Geoff Feltoe

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Employment History

  • Commissioner
    Zimbabwe Electoral Commission
  • Commissioner Professor
    Zimbabwe Electoral Commission
  • Program Director, Professor
  • Law Professor
    University of Zimbabwe
  • S Law Lecturer, Professor

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Zec commissioner Geoff ..., 27 June 2013 [cached]
Zec commissioner Geoff Feltoe explained to the political parties the nomination requirements and where the courts would sit.
"The nomination courts will be sitting at different places, the presidential (Nomination Court) will sit in Harare. The Nomination Courts for the senate and House of Assembly will sit in the various provinces," Feltoe said
yesterday, Zec commissioner Professor Geoff Feltoe said nomination forms set out all the requirements and guidelines for prospective candidates.
Prof Feltoe said civil servants who wanted to stand in local authorities
Zimbabwe Electoral Commission ..., 14 Dec 2012 [cached]
Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (Zec) commissioner Geoff Feltoe told the Daily News that the body is introducing a new voting system for armed forces to
But Feltoe said yesterday they were moving to make the changes despite the fierce remonstrations. "The Act is now the law of the country and if we are going to have an election, we Soldiers to vote freely shall have to follow it," he said.
Feltoe said soldiers will be voting freely starting with the constitutional referendum.
"Disciplined force personnel and election officers on duty during elections will vote at special voting stations in each district in advance of the ordinary poll," Feltoe said.
a special basis," said Feltoe.
Feltoe declined to comment on the residual resistance by Chihuri.
Feltoe said Zec, as soon as practicable after the election is called, must fix two special voting days for soldiers and police.
Feltoe said ballots will be transported to the chief elections officer and
"The election process takes place within the law," Feltoe clarified.
The Zec team consists of commissioners Feltoe, Theophilus Gambe, Bessie
Also in attendance were Zimbabwe ... [cached]
Also in attendance were Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) officials including ZEC Commissioner Professor Geoff Feltoe.
Professor Feltoe gave a presentation on the major talking points of the amendment to ensure that all attendants understood what the reforms were about. Commissioner Feltoe also dwelt on the Referendum Act, as we are moving towards a constitutional referendum as a final stage in the prolonged constitutional reform process, and of importance to the youths present and away, some of whom are voter educators, was the fact that any Zimbabwean who is above the age of 18 can vote in a referendum, and need not be a registered voter. Whilst many youths are not registered as voters, they have a lifeline in participating in deciding whether to adopt the constitution that was written by the current parliamentarians as the supreme law of the nation to be used for the next hundreds of years or to demand another process that will be inclusive and respect the wishes of the general Zimbabweans. For any young person above 18 years to do this, all they have to do is satisfy the presiding officer of a polling station that he or she is 18 years or above & is eligible to be registered as a voter on the voter's roll. Professor Feltoe emphasized "However, this does not mean young people should stop from register as voters as there are other electoral processes that will take place outside the referendum."
was a question posed for Professor Feltoe who, however, allayed all fears after reassuring the more than 70 youths who attended the event that these courts will be appointed on a non-partisan basis and will have the same powers with all current magistrates courts.
IBJ - International Bridges to Justice - John Burombo, 13 April 2010 [cached]
In attendance was Sanjeewa Liyanage, the IBJ Program Director, Professor Geoff Feltoe, five private practicing lawyers and representatives from the Law Society of Zimbabwe, Legal Resources Foundation, and Zimbabwe Association for Crime Prevention and Rehabilitation of the Offender (ZACRO).
commissioner and prominent law lecturer ..., 15 Oct 2012 [cached]
commissioner and prominent law lecturer and researcher Geoff Feltoe.
Feltoe said the new law is an attempt to allay fears of electoral fraud.
"We are trying to improve the electoral process and we have in the Act a law that will ensure that we have free and fair elections. This law will make sure that the electoral process runs smooth," said Feltoe.
Feltoe, who is also a law professor at the University of Zimbabwe, said
Without giving references, Feltoe said there was need to realign some laws
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