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Econet to drag Potraz to court over 15c voice tariffs
Bulawayo24 News

Econet to drag Potraz to court over 15c voice tariffs

A POTRACTED legal battle is brewing between Econet Wireless Zimbabwe and the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (Potraz) over its directive to slash voice tariffs from 23 cents to 15 cents starting January 1, 2015. ... Bulawayo24 News, 3 weeks ago
Econet to approach Court over tariffs New, 4 weeks ago

Outlawing of Corporal Punishment on Male Juveniles in Zimbabwe

Last week, Justice Esther Muremba, a High Court judge, ruled in a case involving a male juvenile offender, that s. 353(1), a provision of the Criminal Procedure and Evidence Act legalising the imposition of corporal punishment on male juvenile ...
 The Zimbabwean6 hours ago High Court outlaws caning of offenders •Corporal punishment unconstitutional, degrading — Judge  Zimbabwe Herald1 week ago Zimbabwe: Court Outlaws Caning of Offenders  AllAfrica.com1 week ago

Supreme Court's verdict on IPL spot-fixing, N Srinivasan can provide new life to Indian cricket

The Supreme Court of India on Thursday barred N Srinivasan from contesting in the over-due elections of arguably cricket's most powerful governing body. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will have to hold the elections in the next six ...
 DNA India6 days ago INDIA CEMENTS : Supreme Court's verdict on IPL spot-fixing, N Srinivasan can provide new life to Indian cricket  4 Traders5 days ago

New Twist in Jane Mutasa Case

By Tendai Rupapa ACTING Chief Registrar of the superior courts Mr Munamato Mutevedzi has said Telecel Zimbabwe can go ahead and request for a private prosecution certificate from the Prosecutor-General's Office to bring the company's shareholder ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago
Zimbabwe Herald

Courts saddled with 14 576 case backlog

CJ Chidyausiku Tendai Rupapa Senior Court Reporter Zimbabwe's three higher courts are saddled with a 14 576 case backlog from the 2014 legal year, most such cases being from the High Court where some judges were criticised for laziness by Chief ...
 Zimbabwe Herald2 weeks ago
Zimbabwe Herald

Remo Investment Brokers licence cancellation upheld

THE Supreme Court on Friday upheld the cancellation of Remo Investment Brokers firm licence, but slashed six months from the five-year suspension Remo Investment Brokers' licence cancellation upheld :
 Africa News Wire1 month ago Supreme Court rules in favour of Remo  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago Supreme Court upholds REMO suspensions, dealer Motsi gets reprieve month ago 'Remo wins landmark case'  Daily News Zimbabwe2 months ago
Zimbabwe Herald

Dabengwa goes to court

ZAPU leader Dr Dumiso Dabengwa has filed an application at the Electoral Court seeking to compel the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission to immediately take over duties of voter registration and maintaining voters' rolls and registers in line with the new ...
 Bulawayo24 News1 month ago Dabengwa sues electoral commission  Zimbabwe Herald1 month ago

Zimbabwe Teenagers Challenge Constitutionality of Marriage Laws

WASHINGTON DC— Two teenagers on Wednesday approached Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court seeking an order to declare child marriages illegal and unconstitutional. In papers presented before the full Constitutional Court bench, Loveness Mudzuru and ...
 VOA News2 weeks ago Zim teenagers challenge constitutionality of marriage laws  Bulawayo24 News2 weeks ago
Namibian Sun

Team Namibia happy to arrive in Bulawayo

ALL SET: Team Namibia arrived in Zimbabwe for the 2014 Supreme Council for Sports in Africa Zone Six Under-20 Youth Games. Photo: NAMPA Team Namibia arrived in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, on Tuesday afternoon ahead of its participation in the Under-20 ...
 Namibian Sun1 month ago

Zimbabwe's 2002 election not free and fair - SA Report

THE 2002 Zimbabwean elections were not "free and fair", the long-awaited Khampepe report by then Pretoria High Court judge Dikgang Moseneke and Johannesburg High Court judge Sisi Khampepe has determined. The 27-page document found the running of ...
 Bulawayo24 News2 months ago Zim's 2002 poll not free and fair: Report  New Zimbabwe.com2 months ago
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