Caleb Mucheche

A duly accredited legal practitioner, conveyancer, notary public, estate administrator and international legal author under the International Cyclopaedia of Laws based in Belgium and Pan African legal scholar. He got registered as a legal practitioner, conveyancer and notary public by the High Court of Zimbabwe on 21 September 2005. On 21 September 2008, he pioneered a vibrant law firm, Mucheche and Partners Law Chambers, which later merged to form M & M Legal Practitioners and later demerged to its original pioneer legal status. 

Mr Mucheche is also a member of the International Bar Association, Advocates International and Advocates Africa. He is a holder of a Masters of Laws (LLM) Degree in Commercial Law from the University of South Africa (UNISA) covering modules in banking law, company law and labour law where he did a research thesis entitled: A critical analysis of the constitutionality of temporary employment services/labour broking in South Africa. He also holds a Master of Law Degree in Labour Law (LLM) from the University of Lusaka (UNILUS) in Zambia with an upper second (2.1) class, where he wrote a thesis entitled. A comparative study of the Labour right to strike under the Constitution of Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. He graduated with the Bachelor of Laws Honours Degree LLB (HONS) from the University of Zimbabwe in August 2005 with an upper second (2.1) degree class.

 He commenced his academic career there in August 2005 in the Private Law Faculty where he covered banking, company, family and contract law for seven years as well as labour law, conciliation, mediation, arbitration and moot court at the Commercial Law Institute. In April 2008 he was appointed as an Arbitrator by the Zimbabwe Government and still occupies that position to date. He also holds a certificate in International Commercial Law Training covering mergers and acquisitions obtained from International Senior Projects lawyers in conjunction with the Law Society of Zimbabwe in 2012. He currently teaches business law at the Faculty of Commerce, University of Zimbabwe. In October 2015, he was certified following intensive international training in patent drafting facilitated by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in conjunction with the Japan Patents Office and African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO). He is the senior founding partner for Caleb Mucheche Commercial, Investment and Labour Law Chambers, and the President and Chairman of the International Centre for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration in Zimbabwe. He has a keen interest in commercial and labour law; former chairman of Champions Insurance Company [Pvt] Ltd (2010 – 2012).

 Mr Mucheche has a wealth of experience in legal matters as a labour expert and legal consultant in commercial, corporate and labour law, arbitration, mediation, conciliation, banking and investment law, intellectual property law and deceased estates. He studied for his Master of Laws Degree(LLM) in Commercial Law with UNISA specializing in company banking and labour law. He has written several books and articles on labour, business and commercial law. Also since 2005, he offers free/pro bono legal services to widows, orphans, victims of gender-based violence, domestic violence and other vulnerable members of society in Zimbabwe and is the patron of Zimbabwe Widows and Orphans Trust since 2005 to date. In November 2013 he was awarded a Career and Leadership Legacy Builder Award for his outstanding contribution to the Institute of Zimbabwe (LASOF). 

Mr Mucheche is happily married to Rufaro, a pharmacist by profession with a first Honours pharmacy degree and master in pharmacology degree with a distinction, both from the University of Zimbabwe School of Pharmacy and they have four lovely children Victor, Charisa and Tadisa and Tanatswa. Between 2016 and 2019, he was the first and founding Executive Dean of Law for the first private Faculty of Law in Zimbabwe. He has authored over 30 Zimbabwean and SADC law books which are found on and His hobbies are visiting the needy, providing mentorship to young persons, amateur golf playing, adventure travel, reading, writing and following progressive international trends and news.