The Constitutional Court led by Chief Justice Luke Malaba handed down the abridged version of the judgment in the case in which the applicant (Nelson Chamisa) challenged the validity of the Presidential election held on 30 July 2018.
HARARE- A full ConCourt panel fronted by Justice Luke Malaba has dismissed Thokozani Khupe’s application against Nelson Chamisa.
HARARE - Opposition leader Advocate Nelson Chamisa says he will on Friday give increasingly weary Zimbabweans the signal on the course of action he will take in the next few months to end the present crisis.
HARARE - Former Transport minister Joram Gumbo on Tuesday emerged unscathed after the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZACC) withdrew corruption charges against him under unclear circumstances, casting doubt over the independence of the anti-graft body.
HARARE - Vice President Kembo Mohadi and his former wife Senator Tambudzani Bhudagi Muleya, whose marriage was dissolved in March this year, are continuing their messy court battle over issues that had not been resolved prior to the dissolution of the couple’s union.
HARARE - Former Labour minister Prisca Mupfumira’s trial today failed to take off at the Harare Magistrates’ Court, with prosecutors asking for a postponement saying documents central to the case were not yet available.
Intratek Zimbabwe director Wicknell Chivayo, accused of paying a US$10,000 bribe to former ZPC board chairperson Stanley Kazhanje in a Gwanda solar project deal, has petitioned the High Court seeking an order to stay his criminal trial set for October 28, 2019.
HARARE - Striking doctors thumbed their noses at the government on Wednesday by insisting they would not attend disciplinary hearings ordered by the Health Services Board (HSB), their employer.
HARARE - Zimbabwe’s former Youth Minister during Robert Mugabe’s penultimate tenure as President, Saviour Kasukuwere reportedly met with Zimbabwean Journalists in South Africa, according to George Charamba's encrypted Tweet.
HARARE - A 35-minute documentary published today demonstrates how the 2018 presidential election was rigged through the use of 10,985 purportedly original V11s that were inputted into an Excel spreadsheet at the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) National Command Centre (NCC).