Sanctions Case to Cost Zim U.S. $10 Million Zimbabwe| glObserver Global Economics

THE dismissal of an appeal by Zimbabwe’s Prosecutor-General Johannes Tomana and 122 other people, inclunding top police and army officers inclunding 11 companies “with costs”, could cost the country over US$10 million.


"Government is supposed to pay about US$5 million to the two barristers and O’Kane, again approximately an extra US$5 million to the legal team of the winning party inclunding costs incurred by the Council of the European Union and the European Commission," a source said.

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