Mhora v Minister of Home Affairs 1990 (2) ZLR 236 (HC): Deprivation of benefits, including accrued salary, pension and medical benefits, without compensation would be an acquisition of property

Gibson J:

Applicants sought the respondents’ personal compliance with a court order awarding the applicants various accrued salary, pension and medical benefits and with which order the respondents had failed to compy. Held that the benefits were property as envisaged by s16 of the constitution, and any deprivation of these benefits without compensation would be an acquisition of property contrary to the provisions of the section.

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