A certain section of Zimbabwe’s society strongly feels that the ConCourt ruling was not realistic and failed to honestly interrogate the matter to a logical conclusion . WHILE the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) ruling on the age of marriage has been widely received with applause by rights activists, it has ruffled feathers in some quarters especially the Apostolic sects. Many people who are praising this ruling believe that at 18 years, parties to the marriage would be mature enough and ready to shoulder the responsibilities of a spouse or parent and so the judgment would likely mitigate separations and divorces. But there are some who still argue otherwise. A certain section of Zimbabwe’s society strongly feels that…