Tag: Constitutional Court

Independent candidates can now contest elections

Independent candidates can now stand for elections.

Malawi on the brink

Malawi is bracing for trouble ahead of the Constitutional Court ruling on the presidential election challenge due to be handed down on Monday, February 3.

ConCourt rules on rights of foreigners living in SA

Today the highest court in the land pronounced on whether it is constitutionally permissible to require foreign spouses and children of South African citizens or permanent residents to apply for a change of visa status from outside of South Africa? Gary Eisenberg, Immigration Lawyer at Eisenberg & Associates joins CNBC Africa for more.

South Africa’s ConCourt decriminalises the private use of marijuana, here’s why…

Activists who include members of the Rastafarian movement and traditional healers greeted the ruling with loud applause.

DRC top court deems opposition leader Bemba ineligible to run in election boosting Shadary’s chances

The biggest shock to opposition supporters was the Court’s confirmation of the barring of Jean-Pierre Bemba,

Zimbabwe top court dismiss MDC Alliance poll petition

Zimbabwe's Constitutional Court has dismissed MDC Alliance’s presidential poll results challenge and has ruled in favour of Emmerson Mnangagwa as the winner of the July 30 presidential elections.

Op-Ed: Uganda’s Constitutional Court upholds scrapping of presidential age limits

By Jared Jeffery, Political Analyst at NKC African Economics On Thursday, July 26, the constitutional court approved the amendment to the Constitution scrapping age limits on the presidency (previously, a president could only...

Corruption Watch reacts to ConCourt ruling on NET1

Corruption Watch reacts to ConCourt ruling on NET1