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first_img to go further Receive email alerts ————————————–28.10.2003Daily News director freed, four others arrestedDaily News director Washington Sansole was freed by police on 27 October, along with another director’s niece, Tulepi Nkomo, who paid a fine of Z$10,000 (10 euros) for actions supposedly likely to disturb public order. Sansole has been charged with illegally publishing the paper.Four other Daily News directors, including chief executive Samuel Nkomo, were arrested on 27 October and held overnight, accused of illegal publishing and obstructing justice after the paper produced a special eight-page edition on 25 October. They risk fines of up to Z$300,000 dollars (300 euros) or a maximum two years in jail and are expected to appear in court today. —————————————26.10.2003Mugabe asked to release Daily News director at onceReporters Without Borders today called on President Mugabe to immediately release Washington Sansole, a director of the Daily News who was arrested earlier today, and Tulepi Nkomo, another director’s niece who was arrested last night. Their arrests, preceded by the detention of 18 of the newspaper’s employees for several hours yesterday, are the latest round in an unrelenting drive by the government to close the Daily News down for good.”We are outraged by these arrests, which show the Zimbabwean authorities will stop at nothing to prevent the country’s sole independent daily from appearing,” Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard said. “They must halt this series of arbitrary arrests and this unacceptable harassment of the newspaper’s directors and employees,” he added.Sansole was arrested in Bulawayo. AFP quoted police as saying he would be held until the other directors presented themselves. However, four of the newspaper’s nine directors have already left the country. Tulepi Nkomo was arrested last night at the home of her uncle, Samuel Nkomo. The newspaper’s legal adviser, Gugulethu Moyo, said she had no professional relationship with the Daily News. There has been no word of her since her arrest.Earlier yesterday, police also arrested 18 of the newspaper’s journalists and staff members a few hours after it brought out its first issue since it was banned on 12 September. Reuters said they were released several hours later. However, they reportedly had to sign statements that they work for the Daily News, who might be a first step towards their being prosecuted.The newspaper said in yesterday’s edition that the Zimbabwean authorities wanted submissive news media that see nothing, hear nothing and say nothing bad about the government. The front page had a cartoon of the information minister being crushed by a pile of copies of the Daily News.Police are reportedly still occupying the premises of the Daily News. The newspaper’s legal adviser told Reuters the arrests were acts of revenge by a government that preaches the rule of the law but practices the law of the jungle. They come after the Harare administrative court ruled that the government’s media commission had shown bias when banning the newspaper and that the ban was illegal. A Harare court refused on 13 November to dismiss charges against fourdirectors of the independent paper the Daily News of illegally publishing anewspaper by bringing out a special eight-page issue on 25 Octoberallegedly without legal permission. Their trial was set for 6 Februarynext year.The paper’s management asked the High Court on 12 November to confirm a 24October order by the Administrative Court for the authorities to registerthe paper by the end of this month, thereby enabling it to resumepublication.————————————–30.10.2003Four Daily News directors releasedFour directors of the Daily News arrested on 27 October and accused of publishing the paper illegally were each released on Z$50,000 (US$63) bail on 30 October. Harare magistrate Mishrod Guvamombe said he would decide on 13 November whether to try them or not.The directors had been due to appear in court on 28 October to be formally charged but were not taken to the court that day. The paper’s legal adviser, Gugulethu Moyo, said police had taken statements from the four as soon as they were arrested so there was no reason for them to have spent two nights in police custody. News Zimbabwean court must free imprisoned journalist who is unwell ZimbabweAfrica ZimbabweAfrica November 17, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Trial of Daily News directors set for 6 February Help by sharing this information Follow the news on Zimbabwe News RSF_en Organisation The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa November 12, 2020 Find out more Zimbabwean journalist Hopewell Chin’ono denied bail News November 27, 2020 Find out more Reports September 1, 2020 Find out morelast_img read more

first_imgNews UpdatesNo Person Or Political Bigshot Has Right To Encroach Public Land, Govt. Needs To Ensure A Sense Of Discipline: Madras High Court Sparsh Upadhyay21 Jan 2021 1:27 AMShare This – xThe Madras High Court (Madurai Bench) on Monday (18th January) observed that unauthorized construction are mushrooming on revenue land all over the place. Noting thus, the Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice M. M. Sundresh directed the Governemnt to ensure a sense of discipline and uniformly demolish any kind of unauthorized construction on revenue land, be it…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Madras High Court (Madurai Bench) on Monday (18th January) observed that unauthorized construction are mushrooming on revenue land all over the place. Noting thus, the Bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice M. M. Sundresh directed the Governemnt to ensure a sense of discipline and uniformly demolish any kind of unauthorized construction on revenue land, be it construction of any religious idol or made for political considerations. The matter before the Court The matter before the Court was related to the construction of unauthorized statues on Government land. Petitioner sought a direction from the Court to the respondents to remove all unauthorized statutes in road margins and in public places within the state of Tamil Nadu Further, it was also prayed that men/group/public be retrained from converting the authorized status situated public place or in the road margin as a place of worship/garlanding of the said authorized statutes. To which, the Court remarked, “The message has to be sent loud and clear that no illegal set of persons or political bigshot has the right to put up or encroach any public land by putting up any kind of construction without following appropriate procedure and after obtaining due permission from the local authorities in accordance with law.” Lastly, while directing that a status report on the matter be presented within a fortnight, the Court said, “A comprehensive view has to be taken on all illegal and unauthorized constructions in public places all over the State.” Related News Last month, while taking Judicial note of the fact that many political parties and communal organizations along with some black-sheeps in the Police Force as well as in the administration, are indulging in Land Grabbing, the Madras High Court observed, “It is unfortunate that even some people claiming to be Advocates dressed up in black and white also act, like ‘paid hooligans’ to grab the properties with the connivance of land grabbers.” Also, while noting that even a deity encroaching public property has to be dealt with, in accordance with law, the Madras High Court had, last year, observed, “An Encroachment is an encroachment. Encroachment can never be approved or allowed. Even Deity as a legal person, cannot commit an act of encroachment. If a Deity in a Temple commits an act of encroachment, that is also to be dealt with, in accordance with law and because it is a Deity, the Rule of law cannot be diluted.” In February 2020, the Madras High Court had taken suo moto notice of the issue of encroachment of public land. A division bench comprising Justice N. Kirubakaran and Justice R. Pongiappan had observed that the government land is being “knocked away” by private parties “in collusion with the Government officials”, by using political influence, money power and muscle power. Underlining that “waterbodies are the lifeline for all animal species”, the Madras High Court recently observed that there has to be a zero tolerance for any kind of encroachment at or endangerment of any waterbody. Also, in a significant observation, the Allahabad High Court on Thursday (07th January) said that Public land in the State of U.P. is most vulnerable to encroachment and such encroachment “over such public land is not countenanced by the legislature.” Case title – V. Vaira Sekar v. The Secretary To Government, Home, Prohibition And Excise Department and others [WP(MD) No.17257 of 2020] Click Here To Download Order/JudgmentRead Order/JudgmentSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more