IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA
Economic Freedom Fighters v Speaker of the National Assembly, Case CCT 76/17,  ZACC 47
Judgement Date: 29 December 2017
The following explanatory note is provided to assist the media in reporting this case and is not binding on the Constitutional Court or any member of the Court.
Mifumi was decided by the Supreme Court of Uganda. It was an appeal from the Constitutional Court where the constitutionality of “bride pride” was challenged at first instance. For our purposes we use the term lobola or lobola (the term commonly used in Southern Africa) instead of the term “bride-price” used in the proceedings, which the Supreme Court rightly found unsuitable.
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