Court decides on “Zanu PF” chief’s bid to contest elections

CHIEF Bramwell Bushu will know of his fate regarding his bid to contest the 2018 parliamentary elections as a ZANU PF party candidate when on Wednesday 06...

Electoral court to hear residents’ challenge of ZEC’s clandestine constituency shift ahead of elections

THE Electoral Court will on Tuesday 05 June 2018 preside over the hearing and determination of...

Aspiring legislator seeks to bar chief from contesting elections on Zanu PF ticket

AN aspiring opposition party legislator has petitioned the High Court seeking an order to stop a traditional...

Concourt dismisses challenge of justice minister’s powers to approve or disapprove ZEC regulations

THE Constitutional Court (ConCourt) on Thursday 31 May 2018 dismissed an application filed by constitutional lawyer Justice...

Setback as concourt dismisses diaspora vote bid

THE Constitutional Court on Wednesday 30 May 2018 dealt a body blow to a bid by...

Concourt delivers judgement in diaspora vote challenge

THE Constitutional Court (ConCourt) will on Wednesday 30 May 2018 hand down its judgment on an application...

Fresh clampdown on dissent as Zim authorities charge man for undermining Mnangagwa

ZIMBABWEAN authorities have charged a 36 year-old man for allegedly undermining President Emmerson Mnangagwa through posting some...

Years after adoption of the constitution, fully implement and harmonise!

ON the occasion of the 5th Anniversary of coming into force of the Zimbabwe Constitution, Zimbabwe Lawyers...

ZLHR takes rights literacy to neglected people

BULAWAYO-Abandoned and neglected, more than 400 families living at a dumpsite at Ngozi mine in Bulawayo...

Special Courts to deal with poll violence set up

HARARE – The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has set up a special committee to deal with...

Woman shot in police, kombi war wins compensation case

PLUMTREE-The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) is set to pay thousands of dollars after some of its members shot a...

Zim court acquits pastor Mugadza over anti-govt protest

A ZIMBABWEAN Court has set free Remnant Pentecostal Church leader Pastor Patrick Mugadza after acquitting him on...

Zim court hears visually impaired potential voters’ demand

HIGH Court Judge Justice Charles Hungwe will on Monday 21 May 2018 preside over the hearing and determination...

Visually impaired potential voters drag ZEC to court

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