Should provocation be a partial defence to intentional killing of an adulterous spouse? Case note on the case of S v Ranchi HH 515-17
By G. Feltoe
This case raises the important issue of whether the defence of provocation should operate as a partial defence when a man intentionally kills his spouse whom he discovers committing adultery.
Zimbabwe Electronic Law Journal Volume III
Media Neutral Citation:
 ZELJ 03
09 January 2018