Some 14 years ago, the Southern Africa Legal Information Institute (SAFLII) started out with a mandate to provide free access to legal information from Southern Africa countries. Since then, in-country legal information institutes (LIIs) have emerged in East, West and Southern Africa to meet a growing demand for legal information in the region. Together, these LIIs are enhancing the way citizens, governments and businesses access and utilize legal information.
The search dialogue of Southern African Legal Information Institute www.saflii.org is now able to provide federated search across all affiliated LII's (including ZambiaLII) in an effort to support comparative law research.
Statutory Instrument No. 33 (SI 33) prohibits the quoting, paying, demanding or receiving foreign currency as legal tender for goods, services or any other domestic transactions.
Statutory Instrument No. 55 (SI 55) empowers the Bank of Zambia to monitor inflows, outflows and international transactions.
The official launch of Zambia's first Handbook on Juvenile Law in Zambia took place in Lusaka on 6 August 2014. The event was hosted by the Law Association in Zambia in conjunction with SAIPAR. Designed with judicial and legal officers in mind, this Handbook is meant to be a practical and user-friendly guide the law that governs juveniles in contact with the law.