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Thursday, 21 February 2019
JIFA Newsletter - 31 January 2019

The following articles are in this weeks issue of the JIFA Newsletter

- Namibian lawyer tells national police chief: protect my client against abduction, rendition by Zim police

- Malawi's court wil intervene, even in party political disputes - judge

- Zim judge presiding in controversial Lesotho murder trials, starts work

- Reaction to shock suspension of Nigeria's Chief Justice

- Bucking regional trend, Zim Court gives go-ahead to sue for adultery

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Publication Date:
Sun, 03 Feb 2019 - 17:00
JIFA Newsletter - 24 January 2019

The following articles are in this weeks JIFA Newsletter:

- Law society meets with Chief Justice over torture, crackdown in Zimbabwe

- What is going on in Tanzania's trial courts?

- "Dangerous" for politician to head Seychelles Human Rights Commission - judges

- "Despicable" behaviour outside debating chamber not privileged, judge tells assembly members 

- Lilongwe Principles and Guidelines on the Selection and Appointment of Judicial Officers

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Publication Date:
Sun, 03 Feb 2019 - 16:45
JIFA Newsletter - 17 January 2019

The following articles can be found in this weeks JIFA Newsletter:

- Villiagers' water pollution case should be heard in UK not Zambia, court hears

- Death penalty overturned for woman who murdered, dismembered husband

- Give senior lawyer his current tax compliance certificate, High Court orders

- Why the long wait for Zambia's Supreme Court death penalty decision?

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Publication Date:
Sun, 03 Feb 2019 - 16:45
JIFA Newsletter - 10 January 2019

In this issue of the JIFA Newsletter, Carmel Rickard writes the following articles:

- Local Shooting club targets Namibian defence force

- Top Kenyan officials must pay damages personally in Miguna case - High Court

- Judges lash 'disingenuous' magistrate for 'mind-boggling' action

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Publication Date:
Sun, 03 Feb 2019 - 16:30

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