Zimbabwean authorities have cast doubt on whether Nelson Chamisa's South Africa lawyers would appear in a Harare court to support the MDC Alliance leader's challenge to the July presidential poll. South African legal heavyweights Dali Mpofu and Tembeka Ngcukaitobi are already in Harare preparing for a case that could see President Emmerson Mnangagwa's election victory overturned - but the justice minister has declined to issue temporary work permits.
Opposition Fumes Over Govt's Dummy On Its Foreign Lawyers
263Chat, 20 August 2018
The Nelson Chamisa led MDC Alliance has come out gun blazing on the government's dummy on its legal gurus drawn from South Africa, Kenya and United States hired to represent the… Read more »
South African legal heavyweights Dali Mpofu and Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, left. Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa and President Emmerson Mnangagwa, right (file photo).
Chamisa Intimidating Con-Court Judges - Ruling Party
New Zimbabwe, 21 August 2018
The ruling Zanu PF party has accused opposition leader Nelson Chamisa of trying to intimidate Constitutional Court judges ahead of Wednesday's historic election challenge hearing. Read more »
Roads Near Concourt To Be Closed During Poll Petition Hearing
The Herald, 21 August 2018
Samora Machel Avenue, where the Constitutional Court is located, will tomorrow be partially closed for 16 hours to ensure security during the hearing of a presidential election… Read more »
Poll Petition - Court Should Be Allowed to Play Its Role
The die has been cast and the date has been set for the Constitutional Court case in which the MDC-Alliance leader and presidential election candidate, Nelson Chamisa, is… Read more »
South Africa-Based Lawyers Battle for Clearance
Papers for the four South African-based lawyers intending to represent MDC Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa are not in order and the legal practitioners will not make it for… Read more »
Don't Intimidate Bench, Chamisa Told
Zanu-PF has warned MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa against interfering with the judicial processes ahead of tomorrow's hearing by the Constitutional Court of a case in which… Read more »
Welcome, Mr Dali Mpofu
Zimbabwe Standard, 19 August 2018
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SA Legal Heavyweights Land in Harare in Court Bid to Challenge Mnangagwa's Win
Daily Maverick, 17 August 2018
South African legal heavyweights, advocates Dali Mpofu and Tembeka Ngcukaitobi, have touched down in Harare to prepare for a case that could see Zimbabwean President Emmerson… Read more »
The Judicial Services Commission has granted a request by the state-run Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation to televise the proceedings of the Constitutional Court hearing on the MDC ... Read more »
Opposition leader Nelson Chamisa not only failed to comply with the court rules, but filed an incomplete record, Electoral Commission chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba has ... Read more »
Lawyers representing Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa have filed papers urging the country's Constitutional Court to throw out an opposition challenge to his disputed ... Read more »
While meeting with the U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe Brian Nichols, President Emmerson Mnangagwa insisted that the country will move forward with its development programmes, with or ... Read more »
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