October 14, 2019 In Business Law, Environmental Law

Activists in last-ditch attempt to block export of 35 baby elephants to China

Zimbabwean activists have launched a last-minute bid to prevent the controversial export of three dozen baby elephants to a Chinese safari park. The move came after a network of wildlife investigators said they had received…

May 24, 2019 In Business Law, Environmental Law

Environmental Lawyers Launch High Court Application On Trade In Wild Elephants

BY Byron Adonis Mutingwende The People and Earth Solidarity Law Network (PESLawyers) has launched an application for an interdict with the High Court on Zimbabwe’s trade in wild elephants. The lawyers have since served the…

February 19, 2019 In Business Law, Environmental Law

51 Epworth residents acquitted after one-month prison incarceration

By Court Reporter DOZENS of Epworth residents over the weekend walked out of Chikurubi Maximum Prison after a Zimbabwean court acquitted them on charges of committing public violence during anti-government protests held across the country…

January 21, 2019 In Business Law, Environmental Law

Over-detained Epworth protesters released

BY DESMOND CHINGARANDE/KENNETH NYANGANI A HARARE magistrate on Friday released four suspected Epworth protesters brought to court after being detained for more than 48 hours following their arrest in connection with an orgy of violent...

February 24, 2017 In Business Law, Environmental Law

Steward Bank claims to be swindled

By Hazel Ndebele STEWARD Bank has been prejudiced of more than US$200 000 through a scam suspected to involve the financial institution’s employees who electronically approved point-of-sale (POS) transactions from a closed and underfunded account....

December 1, 2016 In Business Law, Environmental Law

Police arrest 6 bond note protesters

ZIMBABWE Republic Police (ZRP) officers have arrested six people including a teenager for allegedly taking part in a demonstration held in Harare to protest against the introduction of bond notes. ZRP officers arrested six people…

May 20, 2015 In Business Law, Environmental Law

Duo demands $500 000 damages from Chiyangwa

HARARE – Two Hurungwe villagers are suing Zanu PF central committee member Philip Chiyangwa for $250 000 each over an alleged assault they suffered at the hands of the flamboyant businessman. Hurungwe West headman Aleck…

March 18, 2015 In Business Law, Environmental Law

University of Zimbabwe reopens after threat of court action

The threat of court action has forced the University of Zimbabwe to re-open hardly 24 hours after it issued a statement advising students it would be closing for a week and they needed to move...