Articles tagged 'concourt'

Economy burns as parties fight 13 August 2018 HARARE - It is a crying shame that Zimbabwe's political stalemate, in the wake of the hotly-disputed July 30 presidential poll, has pushed the urgent need for the country to fix its ailing economy on the back-burner — as price hikes and severe shortages of cash, foreign currency and fuel continue...
Court to decide Zim's new leader 11 August 2018 HARARE - Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa finally filed his court challenge against President Emmerson Mnangagwa's hotly-disputed victory in the July 30 election yesterday — thereby suspending tomorrow's planned inauguration of Zimbabwe's new leader. In essence, Chamisa is seeking to either ha...
Con-Court to hear legal challenge to Diaspora vote 18 January 2018 HARARE - The Constitutional Court will today hear details of the legal challenge to government's decision to bar expatriate Zimbabweans from voting from their foreign bases in the forthcoming key 2018 vote. Chief Justice Luke Malaba will hear that a judicial review application lodged over whet...
Con-Court throws out Mujuru's bond notes case 16 February 2017 HARARE - The Constitutional Court (Con-Court) yesterday struck off the roll former Vice President Joice Mujuru's challenge against the introduction of the bond notes which she argued was unconstitutional. She challenged the legality of a presidential pronouncement that provided a legal framewo...
Con-Court throws out renewal team case 15 April 2015 HARARE - The Constitutional Court yesterday dismissed the application by 21 MDC renewal team legislators, who were challenging their ejection from Parliament. The 21, who were elected into office on a Morgan Tsvangirai-led MDC ticket, were expelled from parliament after ditching the party and ...