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ConCourt sets aside RTGS/US$ High Court ruling

The seven-member ConCourt bench said it would avail the reasons for its decision later.
By Staff Reporter May. 31, 2023

Mwonzora bid to stop 2023 polls flops

Justice Malaba said the application lacked jurisdiction.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 9, 2023

CCC joins poll fight

Prominent human rights lawyer Jeremiah Bamu also filed a separate application seeking inclusion in the matter.

Poll postponement doubtful: Veritas

Veritas said if the ConCourt ruled against Mwonzora, the new delimitation boundaries would be used and elections would be held after August 20, 2023.
By Miriam Mangwaya May. 2, 2023

ConCourt challenge puts polls in peril

Constitutional lawyer Lovemore Madhuku said Mwonzora’s application had serious implications on the proclamation of election dates.
By Miriam Mangwaya Apr. 8, 2023

No joy for Biti

Biti was seeking referral of his matter after Harare magistrate Vongai Muchuchuti dismissed his application before his trial commenced recently. 
By Newsday Mar. 22, 2023

Lawyer reprimanded for lying in court

Moyo had sought a postponement for her client’s case saying the lead counsel went to South Africa for medical attention on Monday.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 14, 2023

Woman challenges wilful transmission of HIV charge

A HARARE woman has approached the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) challenging her placement on remand.
By Desmond Chingarande Feb. 10, 2023

ConCourt to hear land developer’s appeal over fraud prosecution

Katsimberis argues that the cases are based on the same facts and having them running concurrently is a violation of his constitutional rights.
By Staff Reporter Jan. 29, 2023