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January 11, 2019 6:57 AM Bearded student sues St John’s College

A St John’s College student of Islamic faith who was barred from attending lessons for refusing to shave his beard has taken the college authorities to court arguing that their decision was unconstitutional. The Upper Six pupil’s father, Mr Mohammed Ismail, filed an urgent chamber application at the High Court on behalf of the boy. The application, prepared 11

December 18, 2018 7:17 AM Lawyer wins $20 000 suit for wrongful arrest

The High Court has ordered a Harare family to pay damages amounting to $20 000 to a lawyer it got arrested on unfounded fraud allegations. Mr Tinashe Zenda Hungwe, who was appointed executor to the estate of the siblings’ late father, was arrested for allegedly selling properties without the beneficiaries’ knowledge. It later turned out to be a false 8

December 11, 2018 6:26 PM Jah Signal, Enzo Ishall in year-end showdown

Rising dancehall singers Enzo Ishall and Jah Signal are enjoying fine form, a development that has led to others comparing them to Winky D. The comparison is, however, not possible considering the achievements Winky D has had in his career and these two are just but starting their journey and if they continue on the right track, they will surely reach 8

December 6, 2018 3:36 AM Killer robbers jailed for life

Two robbers have been jailed for life for killing a diamond dealer at his house in Chiadzwa, last year. Mutare High Court judge, Justice Hlekani Mwayera, sentenced Marcos Madhume and Thomas Mike Makoni Nyakujara to life in prison after they killed Blessing Chikwangura of Kusena Village under Chief Marange. Madhume and Nyakujara denied the murder charges 20

December 4, 2018 6:55 AM Wilder v Fury II: Deontay Wilder ‘can’t wait’ for rematch with Tyson Fury

WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says he “can’t wait” to face Tyson Fury again, following their controversial draw in Los Angeles on Saturday. Wilder twice knocked down Fury during the fight, but many observers felt the Briton should have won. In a post on Instagram, Wilder claimed he was the “more aggressive fighter and landed the more effective 17

December 3, 2018 6:06 AM Pope Francis ‘worried’ about homosexuality in the priesthood

Pope Francis has said that homosexuality in the clergy is a “serious matter” that “worries” him. The comments were made in an interview about religious vocations, given to a Spanish missionary priest as part of an upcoming book. The pontiff described homosexuality as “fashionable”, and urged clergy to observe their vow of celibacy. Italian daily Corriere 12

October 31, 2018 5:12 AM Bere elected president of the Sadc Administrative Tribunal

Former Bulawayo High Court senior judge, Justice Francis Bere has been elected president of the Sadc Administrative Tribunal (SADCAT) during the court’s elections held in Gaborone, Botswana on Monday. Justice Bere, who was recently elevated to the Supreme Court, joined the seven-member bench of the SADCAT last year in April. His appointment to the SADCAT 17

October 30, 2018 4:44 AM High Court blocks Chinese firm

The High Court has stopped Chinese-owned ceramic tile manufacturer Sunny Yi Feng Tiles (Zimbabwe Private Limited) from setting up a factory before it complies with local environmental laws. This followed an application at the court by Norton Development Association that cited Sunny Yi Feng Tiles (Zimbabwe Private Limited) and Environmental Management 9

October 29, 2018 3:38 AM Minor allowed to write exams without ID

The High Court has come to the rescue of a 15-year-old Form Four pupil who was barred from sitting for her Ordinary Level examinations because she does not have a national identity card. The court ordered the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) to allow Shelter Chisiri to write the examinations using her birth certificate. Authorities at the Vista 22

October 26, 2018 12:40 PM French court says Sarkozy should be tried over campaign funding

A French appeals court has ruled that former President Nicolas Sarkozy should answer charges of illicit financing of his failed 2012 election campaign, the latest in a string of legal proceedings likely to see him face trial. Sarkozy, 63, will appeal the decision before France’s court of final appeal, his lawyers said on Thursday. It is one of several 21