Practice Relating to Rule 161. International Cooperation in Criminal Proceedings
Zimbabwe’s Extradition Act (1982) provides:
(1) Subject to this Act, a person may be arrested, detained and extradited from Zimbabwe to a designated country … for an offence in respect of which in the designated country he is accused or has been convicted and is required to be sentenced or to undergo punishment, whether the offence was committed before or after the declaration of the country concerned as a designated country.
(2) This part shall apply to any offence which –
(a) is punishable in the law of the designated country concerned by imprisonment for a period of twelve months or by any more severe punishment; and
(b) would constitute an offence punishable in Zimbabwe if the act or omission constituting the offence took place in Zimbabwe or, in the case of an extraterritorial offence, in corresponding circumstances outside Zimbabwe.