Former President Zuma rebuked by the SA ConCourt on the mischief in respect of the SADC Tribunal Decision

Former President Zuma was yesterday rebuked by the Constitutional Court (Concourt) for acting unlawfully, irrationally and unconstitutionally together with other leaders of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) when they decided under pressure from the Zimbabwe government to suspend and dissolve the SADC Tribunal’s activities. The Concourt ruled in favour of a group of Zimbabwean farmers assisted by AfriForum, a non-state actor established to protect minority rights. The group of Zimbabwean farmers after exhausting domestic legal and constitutional remedies approached the SADC Tribunal who mandate at the time included the resolution…

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Mutumwa Mawere To Appear Before Portfolio Committee on Mines

South African based, Zimbabwean born business tycoon, Mutumwa Mawere is to appear before the parliamentary portfolio committee on mines. In a letter dated 5 December 2018, The Clerk of Parliament wrote to Mawere stating that, the committee had considered and resolved to invite the businessman when an inquiry on the operations on of Shabane Mashaba Mines take force. Mawere lost SMM to government in 2004, through the Reconstruction of State-Indebted Insolvent Companies Act, a law which undermines the constitution as shareholders are divested of their rights and has been spearheading…

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