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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 2018-02 GREATERMANS STORES AND ANOR v MINISTER OF PUBLIC SERVICE, LABOUR & SOCIAL WELFARE CCZ 86-15

(1)  GREATERMANS  STORES  (1979)  (PRIVATE)  LIMITED t/a   THOMAS   MEIKLES   STORES       

(2)       MEIKLES     HOSPITALITY     (PRIVATE)     LIMITED

 

v

 

(1) THE MINISTER OF PUBLIC SERVICE, LABOUR AND SOCIAL WELFARE

(2)     THE     ATTORNEY-GENERAL

 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ZIMBABWE

CCZ 2016-06 SAMUEL SIPEPA NKOMO vs MINISTER OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT, RURAL & URBAN DEVELOPMENT & 2 ORS

SAMUEL      SIPEPA     NKOMO

v

(1) MINISTER      OF      LOCAL      GOVERNMENT,      RURAL     &     URBAN     DEVELOPMENT

(2) MINISTER     OF     JUSTICE,     LEGAL     &     PARLIAMENTARY     AFFAIRS

(3)     THE     GOVERNMENT     OF     REPUBLIC     OF     ZIMBABWE

 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF ZIMBABWE

CCZ 2013-03 MUZANENHAMO v OFFICER IN CHARGE CID LAW AND ORDER & 7 Ors

PATEL JA: This is an application under s 24(1) of the former Constitution for declaratory and consequential relief pursuant to the Declaration of Rights enshrined in that Constitution. The applicant in this matter is HIV positive. He started his anti-retroviral treatment in 2003. On 19 of February 2011, he was arrested at a meeting held to commemorate an AIDS activist. On the day of his arrest he was detained at Harare Central Police Station and then taken to Harare Remand Prison on 23 February 2011.

CCZ 2013-35 Tsvangirai & 3 Ors v The President of the Republic of Zimbabwe & 5 Ors (COURT ORDER)

IT IS ORDERED THAT:
The court unanimously concluded that the applications should be and are hereby dismissed with no order as to costs.
For the avoidance of doubt elections should proceed on 31st July 2013 in terms of the proclamation by the President of Zimbabwe in compliance with the order of this court in the case CCZ 21/13.

CCZ 2013-57 Mutsinze v The Attorney General (COURT ORDER)

IT IS ORDERED THAT:
1. The application for the trial of the applicant in Case Number CRB 8/2000 to be permanently stayed be and is hereby dismissed.
2. The matter is remitted to the trial judge at the High Court, Harare, for the reconstruction of the missing record to include the reasons for conviction, proceedings and findings on the question of extenuation and thereafter to proceed to pass sentence.
3. The reasons for this order will follow in due course.
4. There be no order as to costs.

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