The MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa remains hopeful that the Constitutional Court will deliver a judgment that resonates with what he described as superb submissions by his legal team led by advocate Thabani Mpofu who yesterday stood before the full bench of nine judges to
The Zimbabwe’s Constitutional Court has struck off the record with no order as to costs the submissions by pro plantiff respondents on technical basis with Chief Justice Luke Malaba saying the papers are not properly before the court.
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
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.
President elect, Emerson Dambudzo Mnangagwa whose victory is being challenged by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change alliance saying it was not received a warning to leave court matters to the court to judge and not to interfere
The MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa’s court application challenging July 30 Presidential election outcome is set to be heard on the 22nd of August Wednesday next week.
Zimbabwe could be headed for the most tumultuous time in its post-Independence history, possibly only second to the Gukurahundi of the 1980s. The country is currently chartering in an unfamiliar territory, and what the future holds, only God knows.
MDC Alliance President, Nelson Chamisa ,has successfully filed his court papers today at the Constitutional Court in a bid to reverse President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s victory as declared by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) last week.
Various legal experts, lawyers and human rights institutions yesterday raised alarm on President elect Emmerson Mnangagwa’s claim that he intervened for the release of the MDC Alliance co principal Tendai Biti who was arrested and freed on bail yesterday after his intention to seek asylum
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