Magistrate Ngoni Nduna, who is presiding over the matter being alleged against MDCA national vice chair and Zengeza legislator Job Sikhala is expected to read out the ruling on Wednesday 26 August 2020
Opposition MDC Secretary-General and Kuwadzana legislator Chalton Hwende ha challenged the court, demanding that he must be freed from remand, accusing the state for taking much time and delaying the matter to be tried
Harare Magistrate Francis Mapfumo has ruled against an application by the opposition MDC Deputy Chairperson, Tendai Biti to temporarily get his passport in order to facilitate his trip to South Africa where he was invited for mental counselling.
Mapfumo said Biti was only in court following
Human rights lawyer and opposition political party leader Tendai Biti will petition the High Court for a review of the dismissal of his application challenging the jurisdiction of Zimbabwean courts to hear his matter considering the circumstances surrounding his arrest and return to the country.
HIGH Court Judge Justice Happias Zhou on Friday 13 July 2018 postponed to Thursday 19 July 2018 the hearing of an urgent chamber application filed by some political formations and some pro-democracy campaigners challenging a petition filed by a registered voter, who is seeking to
High Court judge, Justice Priscilla Chigumba has today (Wednesday) acquitted ThisFlag founder and cleric, Pastor Evan Mawarire on charges of attempting to subvert a constitutionally elected government of former President Robert Mugabe.
In her ruling, Chigumba said the state had failed to lay concrete evidence to prove
THE trial of #Thisflag campaign leader, Pastor Evan Mawarire, continued at the High Court today with the investigating officer equating the social movement to terrorist group Boko Haram.
Under cross-examination from Mawarire’s legal team led by Harrison Nkomo, Police Chief Inspector Martin Runganga told the court
THE trial of #ThisFlag and His Generation Church leader, Pastor Evan Mawarire will continue in November after High Court Judge Justice Priscilla Chigumba deferred proceedings to allow the clergyman to file his application for discharge at the close of the State.
The State represented by Chris