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Time for judiciary to prove its independence

DAGGERS have now been drawn again between Zanu PF and MDC Alliance after the latter yesterday filed their court challenge against the July 30 presidential results, which they claim were doctored in favour of Zanu PF. Editorial The latest developments mean the planned inauguration of President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa, cannot go ahead today as scheduled as The post Time for judiciary to prove its independence appeared first on Zimbabwe Today.

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