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M&G wins court battle over 2002 Zim election report

The presidency has been ordered to hand over a report into the 2002 Zimbabwe elections after four years of legal battles.

M&G back in court over Zim report

The state has produced affidavits from President Zuma and Thabo Mbeki opposing the M&G's application for access to the Zimbabwe 2002 election report.

Zim judgment a cause for concern

Should we trust the government's bona fides when it says it has good reason to keep information from us?

ConCourt passes the buck on Zimbabwe report

The Constitutional Court has sent the <em>M&G</em>'s application to have a controversial report on the 2002 Zimbabwe elections back to the high court.

M&G’s battle for secret Zim report reaches ConCourt

The Presidency has not been able to prove a report on the 2002 Zimbabwe elections must stay secret, counsel for the M&G told the Constitutional Court.

Govt fights to keep Zim report under wraps

The <i>M&G</i> won't be getting a report into Zimbabwe's 2002 elections just yet, despite the fact the Presidency has been ordered to hand it over.

Ruling ‘upholds importance of transparent governance’

The <em>M&G</em>'s court bid over a report on the 2002 Zimbabwe elections comes at a time when there is large focus on access to information.

M&G wins battle for Zim election report

The <i>M&G</i> won its lengthy court battle to obtain a copy of a report commissioned by former president Thabo Mbeki on Zimbabwe's 2002 elections.

M&G wins bid for ‘secret’ Zim report

The <i>Mail & Guardian</i> has again won in its bid to obtain a confidential report on the 2002 Zimbabwe presidential election.

State grilled over ‘secret’ Zimbabwe report

Judges threw questions at President Zuma's lawyers over the decision to keep secret the controversial 2002 Zimbabwe election report.

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