April 2014

Court Watch 7-2014

COURT WATCH 7/2014

[28th April 2014]

Election Petitions Challenging 2013 Election Results in the Electoral Court

Part II: Petitions Dismissed by Electoral Court

Court Watch 6-2014

COURT WATCH 6/2014

[24th April 2014]

Election Petitions Challenging 2013 Election Results in the Electoral Court

Part I – Withdrawal of Most Cases

Introduction

Chebundo Election Petition - Judgment of 24 April 2014 - Petition dismissed

The applicant herein (Matambanadzo), standing on a ZANU-PF ticket in the harmonised elections held on 31 July, 2013 for the Kwekwe Central Constituency, beat the respondent herein (Chebundo} who was standing on an MDC-T ticket.

Aggrieved by the electoral outcome, Chebundo filed an electoral petition under cover of case number E. C 34/13 seeking the following relief:

"1. lt is declared that Respondent was not duly elected as a member of the House of

Export Processing Zones Act

IMPORTANT NOTE – ACT NO LONGER IN FORCE

This Act is no longer in force.  It was repealed with effect from 1st January 2007 by the Zimbabwe Investment Authority Act [Chapter 14:30] (No. 4 of 2006]

It is included on our website for REFERRAL purposes

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Bill Watch 17-2014

BILL WATCH 17/2014

[13th April 2014]

Public Meetings for Input on the State of the Information & Media Industry in Zimbabwe

Veritas is sending out this notice as it is important for all media stakeholders – which includes all members of the public as media readers, listeners and viewers – to attend the meetings listed below and offer their views.

Bill Watch 16-2014

BILL WATCH 16/2014

[31st March 2014]

Both Houses Will Sit This Week, Starting Tuesday 1st April

Bills Awaiting Parliamentary Legal Committee [PLC] Reports

There are two Bills awaiting PLC reports: 

National Prosecuting Authority Bill  [referred to the PLC after its First Reading in the National Assembly on 26th February]

JSC Nomination Form

In an announcement posted on its website and published in newspaper advertisements the Judicial Service Commission [JSC] has invited members of the public to nominate suitably qualified persons to fill:

- 3 vacancies on the Supreme Court bench

- 3 vacancies on the High Court bench.