Six Supreme Court Judges Sworn In.

The appointment of the judges comes after others were appointed as Constitutional Court judges last month.
By Court Reporter
HARARE – Six Judges of the Supreme Court have been sworn-in at the Constitutional court in Harare today.
The six, Justice George Chiweshe, Justice Chitakunye, Justice Kudya, Justice Chatukuta, Justice Musakwa and Justice Mwaera, who were sworn in by Acting Chief Justice Elizabeth Gwaunza, vowed to protect the constitution.
The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Virginia Mabhiza, said the newly appointed Judges will help clear outstanding cases at the Supreme Court.
“This is a very important event in the judiciary calendar. This is a constitutional required. The newly appointed judges will help in clearing cases at the Supreme Court and make sure that cases are heard in time,” she said.
The appointment of the judges comes after others were appointed as Constitutional Court judges last month.

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