The Movement for Democratic Change Alliance spokesperson, Fadzai Mahere has said that the release of party member Tungamirai Madzokere and Last Maengahama from prison eight years later can not be celebrated
HIGH Court Judge Justice Clement Phiri on Wednesday 11 July 2018 reserved judgment after presiding over the hearing and determination of an application filed by some prisoners seeking an order compelling Zimbabwean authorities to allow them to cast votes in this month’s general elections.
HIGH Court Judge Justice Clement Phiri will tomorrow preside over the hearing and determination of an application filed by some prisoners seeking an order compelling Zimbabwean authorities to allow them to cast votes in this month’s general election.
Justice Phiri will hear the application on Wednesday
Three opposition MDC-T supporters will remain in prison after the court dismissed their freedom bid which they had filed following their conviction and sentence to serve 20 years each for allegedly murdering a Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) officer.
The three, Tungamirai Madzokere, Yvonne Musarurwa and Last
THREE Zimbabwean prisoners have petitioned the High Court seeking an order compelling authorities to allow them to cast votes in next year’s general election.
The three prisoners Yvonne Musarurwa, Tungamirai Madzokere and Last Maengahama who are currently serving prison terms of 20 years each at the
Relatives of Movement for Democratic Change members imprisoned for the murder of Inspector Petros Mutedza say they are struggling to survive in the absence of their jailed relatives.
Yvone Musarurwa, Last Maengehama and Tungamirai Madzokere were in 2016 slapped with a 20 year jail term after
HIGH Court Judge Justice Chinembiri Bhunu will on Monday 12 December 2016 sentence four Harare residents who were convicted for the murder of a Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) Inspector Petros Mutedzi.
Tungamirai Madzokere aged 41, Yvonne Musarurwa aged 29 and Last Maengahama aged 40, where on