HWANGE WIVES IN COURT VICTORY

A bid by Hwange Colliery to evict and bar wives of mine workers from protesting has been thwarted at the High Court.

High Court Judge Justice Lavender Makoni  has ruled that the application was not urgent. He ordered that HCC should pay the costs incurred by the spouses of the HCC employees in defending the High Court urgent chamber application.


Munyaradzi Gwisai and Partners represented the spouses of the HCC employees while Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights member Obey Shava represented Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions, which was cited by HCC as sixth respondent in the coal miner’s urgent chamber application.

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