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CCZ 10-2018 Gonese & J Majome v President of Zimbabwe & Others

REPORTABLE        (8)

 

 

 

 

  1.     INNOCENT     GONESE     (2)     JESSIE     MAJOME

v

  1.     PRESIDENT     OF     ZIMBABWE     (2)     PARLIAMENT     OF     ZIMBABWE     (3)     MINISTER     OF     LOCAL     GOVERNMENT     AND     PUBLIC     WORKS     AND     NATIONAL     HOUSING N.O.

 

 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ZIMBABWE

CCZ 04 - 18 Gabriel Shumba and 2 Others V Minister of Justice, Legal & Parliamentary Affairs and 4 Others - No Votes for Diaspora

The applicants, all Zimbabwean citizens but resident outside Zimbabwe, contended that the Constitution confers the right to vote on all Zimbabwean citizens, regardless of where they live.  They applied to the Constitutional Court for an order striking down as unconstitutional certain sections of the Electoral Act denying voting facilities to Zimbabweans based abroad.

CCZ 14-16 - Majome vs ZBC

This is an application for relief made in terms ofs 85(1)(a) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 20) Act 2013 ("the Constitution"). The applicant is acting in her own interests although she also invokes the alleged violation of the rights of Movement for Democratic Change-Tsvangirai ("MDC-T'), a political party of which she is a member.

NYAMANDE & DONGA v ZUVA PETROLEUM (PVT) LTD [SC 43-15]

SUPREME COURT OF ZIMBABWE

CHIDYAUSIKU CJ, GWAUNZA JA, GARWE JA, HLATSHWAYO JA & GUVAVA JA

HARARE, FEBRUARY 3 & JULY 17, 2015

 

L Madhuku, with him C Mucheche, for the appellants

T Mpofu, for the respondent

CHIDYAUSIKU CJ:   This is an appeal from a judgment of the Labour Court delivered on 28 March 2014 allowing termination of the appellants’ employment contracts on notice.

SENGEREDO v THE STATE

JOEL NORMAN SENGEREDO v THE STATE

CHIDYAUSIKU CJ, MALABA DCJ, ZIYAMBI JA, GWAUNZA JA, GARWE JA, GOWORA JA, PATEL JA, HLATSHWAYO JA & GUVAVA JA

HARARE, FEBRUARY 26 & NOVEMBER 10, 2014

T Mugabe, for the applicant, I Muchini, for the respondent

Chimakure & Kahiya v AG

This is a referral for determination of a question of validity of statutory provisions for the restriction of the exercise of freedom of expression brought to the Supreme Court in terms of s 24(2) of the Constitution of Zimbabwe (“the Constitution”).  The question is whether or not s 31(a) (iii) of the Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act [Cap.

Tsvangirai v Chairperson of ZEC - Electoral Court for Access to ZEC Electoral information

MORGAN TSVANGIRAI

versus

CHAIRPERSON OF THE ELECTORAL COMMISSION

and

THE CHIEF ELECTIONS OFFICER OF THE ZIMABABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION

and

ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION

and

REGISTRAR GENERAL OF VOTERS

and

ROBERT GABRIEL MUGABE

 

HIGH COURT OF ZIMBABWE

BHUNU J

Harare, 14 August 2013 and 20 August 2013

 

 

L.Uriri,A. Muchadehama and T. Mutangi, for the Applicant.

T.M. Kanengoni, for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Respondents.

Timba v Passade - Mount Pleasant Election Petition - The Petition

IN THE ELECTORAL COURT OF ZIMBABWE HELD AT HARARE

In the matter between:-

JAMESON ZVIDZAI TIMBA                                 Petitioner
And
JAISON PASSADE                                             Respondent

ELECTION PETITION in respect of MOUNT PLEASANT CONSTITUENCY in terms of SECTION 167 of the ELECTORAL ACT [Chapter 2: 13]

Presidential Election Petition to the Con Court

NOTICE OF ELECTION PETITION

BE  PLEASED  TO  TAKE  NOTICE  THAT   an   Application   is  hereby  made   to   the Constitutional Court  for  an  order   in  terms of the  order/draft  order annexed to  this application on the grounds that:-

a)   The  Applicant was a candidate in the  presidential election held  on the  31st of July 2013.

b)   1st Respondent was  declared the  winner of that  election on Saturday 03 August 2013.

Tsvangirai Affidavit Explaining Presidential Election Petition Withdrawal

I, the undersigned,, MORGAN RICHARD TSVANGIRAI do hereby make oath and state that:

1.   It is with deep regret and sadness that I find myself having to depose to this affidavit, which I present for  purposes of explaining the reasons behind the withdrawal of the Election Petition just filed by my legal practitioners at my specific instance.

2.   It is common cause that I filed a Petition challenging the outcome of the Presidential Election in tenns of its processes and outcome.

Con Court Response to Withdrawal of Presidential Election Petition

IN THE  CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ZIMBABWE
Constitutional Application No. CCZ  71113
In the matter  between:

MORGAN TSVANGIRAI                                                                APPLICANT
and
ROBERT GABRIEL MUGABE                                                          1st  RESPONDENT
and
ZIMBABWE ELECTORAL COMMISSION                                          2nd  RESPONDENT
and
RITA  MAKARAU N.O.                                                                 3rd   RESPONDENT
and

Chinamasa Application for Postponement of Election Dates

IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ZIMBABWE HELD AT HARARE

In the matter between:-

PATRICK ANTHONY CHINAMASA N.O

In his capacity as the Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs                         Applicant

AND

JEALOUSY MBIZVO MAWARIRE                                                   First Respondent

AND

MORGAN RICHARD TSVANGIRAI N.O

In his capacity as the Prime Minister of the                                Second Respondent

Republic of Zimbabwe

Government of the Republic of Zimbabwe v Fick & Ors

In the matter between:

GOVERNMENT OF THE

REPUBLIC OF ZIMBABWE                                                                                     Applicant

 

and

 

LOUIS KAREL FICK                                                                                              First Respondent

RICHARD ETHEREDGE                                                                                         Second Respondent

WILLIAM MICHAEL CAMPBELL                                                                             Third Respondent

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