Rape

S v Mundiwata (HH 21-19, B1605/18) [2019] ZWHHC 21 (18 January 2019);

 

 

LETFORD TAWANDA MANDIWATA

versus

THE STATE

 

 

HIGH COURT OF ZIMBABWE

WAMAMBO J

HARARE, 11 December 2018 & 18 January 2019

 

Bail Application

 

Applicant in person

E Nyazamba, for the respondent

 

            WAMAMBO J: The applicant appeared before me applying for bail pending appeal which application I dismissed. He has now requested my reasons for so doing.

            These are the reasons

S v Makuyana (HMT 11-18, B51/18 X Ref CRB 145/18) [2018] ZWMTHC 11 (12 July 2018);

MUCHANETA MAKUYANA

versus

THE STATE

 

 

HIGH COURT OF ZIMBABWE

MWAYERA J

MUTARE, 12 July 2018

 

 

Bail Pending Trial

 

 

M Mandingwa, for the applicant

J Matsikidze, for the respondent  

 

 

MWAYERA J: On 12 July 2018 after considering written and oral submissions by both counsel, I gave an extempore judgment dismissing the application for bail pending trial.

The written reasons for my disposition are captioned herein. 

S v Mutero (SC 53/18, Civil Appeal No. SC 340/15) [2018] ZWSC 53 (03 August 2018);

DISTRIBUTABLE   (48)

 

SAMSON     MUTERO

v

THE     STATE

 

 

 

 

SUPREME COURT OF ZIMBABWE

GARWE, JA, BHUNU, JA AND BERE, JA

BULAWAYO, 3 AUGUST 2018

 

 

P. Ngulube for the Appellant

N. Ngwenya for the Respondent

 

 

GARWE JA

S v Mapfumo (HH 273-18, B573/18) [2018] ZWHHC 273 (30 May 2018);

ISSIAH MAPFUMO

versus

THE STATE

 

 

 

HIGH COURT OF ZIMBABW

PHIRI J

HARARE, 30 May 2018

 

 

Bail

 

 

M Chigwaza, for the applicant

E. Makoto, for the respondent

 

 

            PHIRI J: This is an application for bail pending appeal.

S v Chiminya (HH 285-18, B 341/18) [2018] ZWHHC 285 (30 May 2018);

VICTOR CHIMINYA

versus

THE STATE

 

 

HIGH COURT OF ZIMBABWE

NDEWERE J

HARARE, 20 March 2018 and 30 May 2018

 

 

Bail ruling

 

 

C K Mutevhe, for the applicant

F Nyahunzvi, for the State

 

            NDEWERE J: This is an application for bail pending appeal. The State had conceded but I invited submissions from both parties.

S v Bimha (MHA 25-18, CRB MSVR 12/18) [2018] ZWMSVHC 25 (10 April 2018);

STATE                                                           

versus

STEADY BIMHA

 

HIGH COURT OF ZIMBABWE

MAFUSIRE J

MASVINGO: 10 April 2018

 

 

Criminal review

 

MAFUSIRE J:

[1]        The accused pleaded not guilty to rape. Nevertheless, after a full trial, he was convicted as charged. The court sentenced him to twelve years imprisonment. Two years imprisonment was suspended for five years on the usual condition of good behaviour. Thus, ten years imprisonment remained effective.

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