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Ex-Nssa boss Vela gets ConCourt relief

Given the directive of the ConCourt, the High Court judgment has been brought to life although it is subject to an appeal process at the Supreme Court.
By Nqobani Ndlovu Jun. 27, 2024

ConCourt grants Umvutcha farmer’s appeal over property caveats

Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Christopher Dube-Banda on June 8 last year ordered Masuka to cancel the caveats endorsed on deed of transfer 3188/83.
By Silas Nkala Jun. 18, 2024

Former judge challenges dismissal at ConCourt

The ConCourt bench led by Justice Paddington Garwe, who was chairing the session, heard arguments from Mtetwa who argued that Ndewere’s dismissal was unlawful.
By Desmond Chingarande May. 16, 2024

Top prosecutor put on the spot for ‘lying’

The two have, however, refused to recuse themselves from the case despite the allegations of bias.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 16, 2024

Editorial Comment: Now use the law to tackle perverts

The temporary regulations will last for six months to give the authorities time to pass new laws to amend the criminal code.
By The Standard Jan. 14, 2024

Businessman demands missing court records

The revelations were made after several demands to obtain the correct transcript without success.  
By Staff Reporter Nov. 1, 2023

Don’t detain the court, magistrate warns Katsimberis lawyer

The lawyer wanted information on the matter which was presided over by magistrate Letween Rwodzi who has since recused herself from the trial.
By Desmond Chingarande Oct. 30, 2023

Sober view: Zim needs a capable govt and competent opposition

The ceremony seals into the official annals of history the notion that Mnangagwa garnered 52,6% of the vote, defeating Nelson Chamisa, who got 44%.
By Ntando Dumani Sep. 8, 2023

Tyson in bid to stop ballot printing

The former Zanu PF political commissar recently approached the ConCourt on appeal after the Supreme Court and High Court disqualified him from contesting the polls.
By Staff Reporter Aug. 8, 2023