High Court

Freeman Chari v The Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs and Ors

 

APPLICANT'S FOUNDING AFFIDAVIT I, 
the undersigned, 
FREEMAN CHARI 
make oath and state that:-

l. I am the Applicant in this matter. The facts I depose to herein be within my personal knowledge and to the best of my knowledge and belief, true and correct. Where I make averments regarding the law, I do so on the advice of my legal practitioners.

PRINCE DUBEKO SIBANDA AND OTHERS V SPEAKER OF PARLIAMENT AND OTHERS

In addition, the applicants admitted that they had no cause of action against the second and third respondents. Unfortunately, it was well after those respondents had been needlessly dragged into legal expenses. I doubt that the concessions would assuage their financial bruises. The court cannot however ignore the apology tendered by Ms. Ndlovu on behalf of all the applicants and which appeared to have been well received by the respondents. It mitigates whatever turpitude had been occasioned.

HH 152-23 Duncan H. Cocksedge V CABS and The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe & The Minister of Finance and Economic Development

This is an application which, in the main, seeks an order adpecuniam solvendam. In other words, the claim is for the first respondent (hereinafter called “CABS”) to pay to the applicant the sum of US$179, 541-45 within seven (7) days from the date of the order, plus 5% percent interest on the aforesaid sum from 5 December 2016 to date of payment.

SI 2022-194 High Court (Fees) (Civil Cases) (Amendment) Rules, 2022 (No. 13)

Gazetted 11-11-2022

IT is hereby notified that the Minister of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs has, in terms of section 57 of the High Court Act [Chapter 7:06], made the following rules:—
1. These rules may be cited as the High Court (Fees) (Civil Cases) (Amendment) Rules, 2022 (No. 13).
2. The Schedule to the High Court (Fees) (Civil Cases) Rules, 1992, published in Statutory Instrument 426 of 1992, is repealed and the substitution of—

 

GN 2022-0417 Appointment of Judges of the High Court to be Judges of the Electoral Court Division of the High Court

IT is hereby notified that the Chief Justice has, in terms of section 162(1) of the Electoral Act [Chapter 2:13], after consultation with the Judicial Service Commission and the Judge President of the High Court, appointed the Judges of the High Court listed in the Schedule below to be Judges of the Electoral Court Division of the High Court for the period 1st of March, 2022 to 30th of August, 2022.

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