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Legalbrief Today

17 July 2018

Insufficient case scrutiny because of court restrictions

Excessive court reporting restrictions, inadequate listing information and difficulties in obtaining documents are preventing scrutiny of economic crimes and bribery cases, according to a report by Corruption Watch UK. The...

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Alleged police killers make brief appearance

* Three men accused of killing two police officers appeared briefly in the Germiston Magistrate's Court yesterday when the case was postponed for further investigation. The men were given an...

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Bid to protect school communities from politicking

As Zimbabwe moves into election mode for its 30 July polls, human rights organisations have brought several court applications. These aim to test crucial issues that will affect whether elections...

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Zimbabwe voters' roll flaws exposed by investigation

A report compiled on the Zimbabwean Electoral Commission (ZEC) for 2018 has exposed major flaws in the voters' roll, bringing into question the integrity of the voters' roll just two...

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