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JSC Seeks to Be Part of MP Mamombe’s Court Case

The Judicial Services Commission (JSC) has approached the High Court seeking to be included in the ongoing case against MDC Alliance lawmaker Joanna Mamombe. In an urgent chamber application filed with the High Court, the JSC argues as the employer of the trial magistrate, it must be afforded an opportunity …

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President Addresses Nation, Opens Ninth Parliament

President Mnangagwa has delivered the State of the Nation Address and officially opened the third session of the Ninth Parliament. In his account, the President noted the stability in the economy brought about by policies contained in the Transitional Stabilisation Fund and the adoption of the foreign currency auction system. …

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Zimpapers Pushes for TV Licence

Diversified media group Zimbabwe Newspapers 1980 Ltd’s online streaming service, Zimpapers Television Network (ZTN), has presented credentials for consideration of a television licence to the Broadcasting Authority of Zimbabwe (BAZ). Fourteen companies have applied for TV licences, including ZTN, whose online streaming has already attracted interest from various quarters. The …

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Traditional Chiefs Formulate By-Laws to End Child Marriages

Despite the existence of numerous international and regional human rights laws and conventions against child marriage, it still remains a widely ignored violation of the health and development rights of girls and young women. The scourge is prevalent in Zimbabwe, with recorded statistics of 34% of girls nationwide getting married …

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