MEC’s SA lawyers following court via videoLink

The two South African lawyers  Dumisa Buhle Ntsebeza and Elizabeth Makhanani Baloyi-Mere hired to represent the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) in the presidential election case appeal on Monday were following proceedings of the application to admit them through video technology of live link after reports they sneaked in the county on Sunday.

Hearing of an application for admission of the two South African lawyers to represent the Malawi Electoral Commission in the presidential election case appeal is underway in Lilongwe.

The proceedings were underway in Lilongwe.

MEC sought services of the South African lawyers on grounds that some local lawyers who were approached  turned down the electoral body.

However, the lawyers could not make it court and opted for  a web-based video conferencing system to follow the proceedings.

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Nasingwe
Nasingwe
10 months ago

kufuna liphwanyitsa ma airport komwe kuli corruption yoppsa.
this country is SICK

Nasingwe
Nasingwe
10 months ago

Do we ARMY to take over this time till we do elections pleeeeeeeease!!!!!!
Now Pitala and jeni akutifungatila mu mmakabudula ao a mkati.
mma panti of at all.
Too much nonsense now

Mec
Mec
10 months ago

Plane chartered denied air space. But this MEC is really taking us all for fools.
Still wasting tax payers money instead of putting that money to good use. Our healthcare system has nothing but you have billions to hire Lawyers and charter plane.

Tikuvutila koma muli busy trying to prove something. Komatu Ansah and ur team backed by APM kumamva.

Kandulu
Kandulu
10 months ago

I just learned that our learned Judges have thrown out MEC application. Lucky for the MEC lawyers, they were found hiding in the toilet in Malawi embassy in RSA following the proceedings in Malawi court using a phone. And our most learned judge Jane Ansa and the law professor who already paid K300 000 000.00 to them still has to pay the other K300 000 000.00 to these lawyers as per contract agreement for spending time in a toilet. Blow by blow. Defeat after defeat. Democracy is not expensive at all my fellow Malawians, ignorance is very expensive. As I… Read more »

Kandulu
Kandulu
10 months ago

AS I said before using verifiable sources that the RSA lawyers are wanted in South Africa for absconding quarantine conditions in South Africa. It is six months in prison in South Africa for absconding quarantine. RSA government has already asked Malawi to arrest them immediately and deport them to RSA to face jail. Interpol confirmed. But then they can be arrested in Malawi too for absconding quarantine in Malawi. They need to be charged as soon as possible and sentenced to prison as APM said, quick justice is needed in Malawi. Arrest them. The law should not be selective in… Read more »

Uyo
Uyo
10 months ago

So why not just stay in rsa and participate via VC. Za zii basi.

The Great Prophet Baruch
10 months ago

I am comfortable. But would do with the ‘video link’ here in heaven. Do not forget a technician.

Moya
Moya
10 months ago

Video link fine but where are these south african lawyers? Are they in this country or not? Who came in that private jet? We need this clarification still… something fishy!!

Zoba peter
Zoba peter
10 months ago

Koma adha that’s not real the whole MEC relying on video link wtf

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
10 months ago

Old photo buddy

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