By: Siddharth Sijoira [Author is an advocate at the Supreme Court of India] The Supreme Court verdict upholding the constitutional validity of criminal defamation under sections 499 and 500 is timely and conforms to the larger societal needs. ... Legally India, 2 weeks ago
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GWERU Mayor Hamutendi Kombayi and 10 councillors are seeking to block a Supreme Court appeal by the Local Government, Public Works and National Housing Minister Saviour Kasukuwere who is challenging a High Court ruling granted in their favour.AllAfrica.com, 1 week ago Statement by the MDC-T Secretary for local government Bulawayo24 News, 1 week ago Kasuwere abusing his powers: Eddie Cross The Zimbabwean, 1 week ago Three missing features in the 1999 Constitution The Guardian Nigeria, 2 months ago
An estate dispute between two surviving wives has raised questions in the Supreme Court on what constitutes a marriage, a case that is likely to spark debate about the country's marriage laws. This follows a case in which a woman abandoned her ...AllAfrica.com, 3 weeks ago
Controversial businessman Wicknell Chivayo is fighting to have his 2005 conviction on money laundering quashed by the Supreme Court despite having fully served the three-year prison term imposed on him. Chivayo was in 2005 jailed five years for ...AllAfrica.com, 1 month ago Chivayo fights 2005 conviction Bulawayo24 News, 1 month ago
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MORE than 9 000 workers countrywide were dismissed using last year's Supreme Court ruling, which allowed employers to fire employees on three months notice, contrary to claims by trade unions that nearly 30 000 were affected, according to a survey ...AfricaMetro, 2 months ago Over 9 000 workers dismissed in 2015 Zimbabwe Independent, 2 months ago Zimbabwe: Over 9 000 Workers Dismissed in 2015 Sokolako, 2 months ago
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Daniel NemukuyuSenior Court Reporter The Constitutional Court of Zimbabwe now has its own specific rules that govern its operations, a development that will see only serious and befitting constitutional issues being brought before it for ...Zimbabwe Herald, 2 weeks ago
Meikles Limited group says it will not celebrate a court ruling this week in which more than 45 former workers' bid to contest the termination of employment contracts on notice failed. The group's legal secretary Mr Thabani Mpofu said although the ...AllAfrica.com, 2 weeks ago Meikles to recall fired employees Zimbabwe Herald, 2 weeks ago Meikles to Recall Fired Employees Equities.com, 2 weeks ago MEIKLES : to Recall Fired Employees 4 Traders, 2 weeks ago
The Supreme Court has always had an ambivalent relationship with the freedom of speech and expression, treating free speech more as anannoyance than a right. Its defamation law judgment continues that long, unfortunate history. At the dawn of the ...The Hindu, 1 month ago Criminal defamation survives: a blot on free speech Livemint.com, 1 month ago Gautam Bhatia: A blow to free speech The Gulf Today, 1 month ago A blow against free speech in India South Asia Monitor, 1 month ago
New BCCI chief Anurag Thakur has a tough job at hand with the Supreme Court-appointed Lodha panel calling for sweeping changes in the powerful Indian cricket board as well as state bodies. From restricting ad breaks to drinks intervals to keeping ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Anurag Thakur takes over as BCCI president Pakistan Today, 1 month ago Not running away from Lodha recommendations: Thakur MSN News US, 1 month ago
The Supreme Court today pulled up the BCCI for resisting the Justice R M Lodha-led committee's recommendation on capping the age of its office bearers to 70 years , observing "when politicians now a days are retiring at that age then why can't you ...Outlook India, 1 month ago If politicians now retire at 70, why not BCCI officials, asks SC Hindustan Times, 1 month ago If politicians can retire at 70 why not BCCI office bearers: Supreme Court Financial Express, 1 month ago 'If politicians can retire at 70 why not BCCI office bearers?' SC questions Indian cricket board DNA India, 1 month ago
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