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Thabani Mpofu

Legal Profession Under Siege: Young Lawyers

Young lawyers Association of Zimbabwe (YLAZ) has castigated the state sponsored clampdown on the legal profession following the arrest of six lawyers under suspicious and unclear circumstances. By Marshall Bwanya At least four lawyers, advocate Thabani Mpofu, Tapiwa Makanza, Joshua Chirambwe and Dumisani Dube, were recently arrested and charged with obstructing the course of justice […]

Lucrative Perks For NPA Officers Handling Corruption Cases

Prosecutor General, Kumbirai Hodzi says plans are underway to equip the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) with adequate tools while fencing the officers against compromise by criminal cartels. Hodzi said this during the opening ceremony of the anti-corruption training of Judiciary officers in Harare. “One of the things that the NPA has done is to understand […]

Stop Colluding With Opposition, War Vets Warn America, Britain

President elect, Emmerson Mnangagwa’s global reengagement agenda has been thrown under the bus by the Zimbabwe Liberation War Veterans Association (ZLWVA) who today fired salvo at the world economic and political super powers Britain and United States on the back of allegations of colluding with the MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa who is challenging at the Constitutional Court Mnangagwa’s 30 July harmonized elections victory.

Chamisa’s Legal Team Jets In

MDC Alliance President Nelson Chamisa’s legal team has landed in the country today afternoon in preparation for presidential election court challenge set for hearing on 22 August next week Wednesday.

Chamisa Hires International Lawyers For Vote Rigging Challenge

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has hired international recognised constitutional lawyers to defend the people of Zimbabwe’s vote he alleges has been stolen by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) that saw Zanu PF secretary Emmerson Mnangagwa declared president elect by Justice Priscilla Chigumba on Thursday with a 50.8 percent margin after 30 July harmonized elections his lawyer advocate Thabani Mpofu has said.

ConCourt to Deliver Judgement in Diaspora Vote Challenge

THE Constitutional Court (ConCourt) will on Wednesday 30 May 2018 hand down its judgment on an application filed by three Zimbabweans challenging some restrictive provisions of the Electoral Act, which prevent Zimbabwean citizens living outside the country from participating in the country’s electoral processes. The ConCourt will deliver the judgment at 09:30 am at Mashonganyika […]