Court hears appeal on ministers’ code of conduct
Ziyambi and Machaya were given 45 days from June 8 last year to draft the Bill, but no action was taken, resulting in them being sued for contempt of court.
By Desmond Chingarande 6h ago
Supreme Court orders pre-trial conference in Rudland/Muvirimis property wrangle
The Muvirimis were represented by Lewis Uriri when they obtained the order to have their defence testimony heard at the trial, while Rudland was represented by advocate Thabani Mpofu.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 24, 2023
WesProp reassures investors
The contested piece of land in Pomona, Harare, was validly transferred to the real estate company by virtue of a Deed of Grant from the government of Zimbabwe.
By Staff Reporter May. 19, 2023
Gold mine wrangle spills into ConCourt
The disputed gold claims that fall under Radnor 58 are located in the gold-rich area of Makaha in Mudzi, Mashonaland East province.
By Staff Reporter May. 6, 2023
Fierce fight over ‘rich’ gold claims
In his opposing affidavit dated April 20, Machekera said the disputed gold claims belong to him as ruled by the courts.
By Jairos Saunyama Apr. 30, 2023
Election observers are important for democracy, but few voters know what they do
Observers also provide public statements about election quality and offer recommendations on how electoral processes could be improved.
By Thomas Molony and Robert Macdonald Apr. 13, 2023
Supreme Court dashes ChiTown hopes
According to court papers, Chitungwiza Municipality entered into an agreement with Delatfin in 2007 whereby the latter would repair the machines and recover the costs through an agreed rental fee.
By Desmond Chingarande Mar. 30, 2023
Kenya’s president criticizes court ruling on LGBTQ group...says country’s stance on same-sex marriage remained unchanged
The Supreme Court majority noted in its decision that same-sex marriages are illegal in Kenya.
By AP Mar. 2, 2023
Farmer turns to Supreme Court over seized land
In her Supreme Court application, Bowers said Justice Mutevedzi erred in failing to consider her grounds.
By Desmond Chingarande Mar. 2, 2023
Labour Act reviewed: 3 months’ notice of termination removed
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