PICTURES: Lawyers March In Harare Today Against ‘Miscarriage of Justice’ At The Courts

Lawyers today took to the streets of Harare in protest against cases of people arrested during the protests are being fast-tracked in violation of due process.

Last week the lawyers reached out to  Chief Justice Luke Malaba to express their disquiet over what they consider to be a railroading of trials especially matters relating to the recent nationwide protests.


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Luke Malaba

Luke Malaba is a Zimbabwean judge and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Zimbabwe he was appointed Chief Justice of Zimbabwe by former President Robert Mugabe with effect from the 27th of March 2017. Before that he was the acting Chief Justice after... Read More About Luke Malaba

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5 comments on “PICTURES: Lawyers March In Harare Today Against ‘Miscarriage of Justice’ At The Courts

  1. Poor black marionettes being marshalled by white handlers! Why not comment first on wanton trampling of individual rights & destruction of property by protesters

  2. Lightning makes no sound until it strikes. Well done Beatrice and all the l awyer’s who took part in this peaceful march of defiance.

  3. Mnangagwa never speaks not really I think he really not very intelligent just saying. When he does say something it like we heard it all before. I challenge to say something about these lawyers that I can say yes that is a president speaking

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