Dube v Chairman, Public Service Commission 1990 (2) ZLR 181 (HC)
The applicant brought on review disciplinary proceedings that had resulted in his dismissal by the Public Services Commission from the Ministry of Industry and Commerce. One of the grounds of challenge was the failure of the Commission to give the applicant an opportunity to make representations concerning his suspension and punishment. He also challenged the constitutionality of the regulations to the extent that they deprived him of a fair trial.
Held that the Constitution permits the Public Services Commission to make regulations derogating from the audi alteram partem rule.
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