On Monday, Supreme Court judge Justice Francis Bere was elected president of the Sadc Administrative Tribunal (SadcAT) during the court’s elections held in Gaborone, Botswana.
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 is for a period of two years, which is renewable once in accordance with the Sadc administrative statutes. He takes over from Eswatini High Court judge Justice Mbutfo Mamba.
Francis Bere is a Zimbabwean lawyer and a judge of the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe and a former Judge of the High Court of Zimbabwe. He was appointed to the Supreme court bench in 2018. Justice Francis Bere was elected president of the Sadc Administrative... Read More About Francis Bere
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