High Court Expected To Hear 44 Murder Cases In First 3 Months Of 2019

The High Court is expected to hear 44 murder cases during the first three months of 2019. The 2019 legal year begins on Monday next week.

Only one case of fraud, involving Chitungwiza land baron, Frederick Mabamba, is on the case list released ahead of the opening of the legal year. Mabamba’s fraud trial has been slotted for Monday next week and it is expected to run for five days. Chief Justice Luke Malaba will officiate at the main legal year opening ceremony at Mashonganyika Building in Harare, while other ceremonies will run at the same time in Bulawayo, Masvingo and Mutare.

The first murder trial the High Court will hear is that of 52-year-old Chakanetsa Nyakabau, who is being accused of murdering an intruder he caught raping his 15-year-old daughter. The trial has been set for January 21. Nyakabau of Karidza Village under Chief Chimoyo, is accused of murdering Tawanda Nyamukacha of Kanyenze Village after catching him raping his daughter.

More: Herald

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The High Court of Zimbabwe is one of the Superior Courts of Zimbabwe. The High Court deals at first instance with all high value and high importance cases. It also has a supervisory jurisdiction over all subordinate courts and tribunals. Appeals from the High Court... Read More About High Court

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  1. Donal Mac Cormaic Reply

    When will the soldiers who murdered 6 citizens in Harare on the 1st August be arrested?

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