IN a bid to meet the deadline set by the Constitutional Court (Concourt), President Robert Mugabe yesterday proclaimed elections will be held on July 31.
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BancABC’s Constitutional Court appeal in its case against a Belgian diamond company, Mackie Diamonds BVBA will be heard on Monday before Chief Justice Godfrey Chidyausiku.
Mugabe yesterday proclaimed July 31 as the date for general elections, in compliance with a recent Constitutional Court ruling.
A MESSY political stand-off between President Robert Mugabe and other government principals has erupted after his proclamation of poll dates yesterday.
PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe yesterday triggered a potentially explosive political battle with his coalition government partners after proclaiming dates for general elections as July 31.
THE 30-day mandatory mobile voter registration exercise started amid chaos as despondent aspiring voters accused the Registrar-General’s Office of employing delaying tactics to frustrate the electorate while many were turned [...]
AFTER many months of haggling over primary elections guidelines, Zanu PF is likely to plunge into further turmoil as its bigwigs face stiff challenges in the internal polls set to [...]
THE new Constitutional Court (Concourt) is unlikely to offer new jurisprudence into the law because the same judges who were in the Supreme Court are the ones sitting in the [...]
AFTER attaining Independence in 1980, Zimbabwe was regarded as an economic powerhouse in Southern Africa, with hundreds of thousands employed in its industries. Many of the workers were middle-income earners.
ZANU PF Manicaland vice-chairperson, retired lieutenant-general Mike Nyambuya has pleaded with disgruntled party youths not to dump the movement