Ngarivhume granted bail

JM31 leader Jacob Ngarivhume


Staff Reporter

Jacob Ngarivhume has been granted $50,000 bail after spending five weeks in detention. He is facing charges of inciting violence.

“After Ngarivhume was granted RTGS$50 000 bail by the High Court, we eagerly waiting for Hopewell’s freedom. His bail appeal judgement will be delivered today by Justice Tawanda Chitapi in Harare,” tweeted Dr Pedzisai Ruhanya, a respected political analyst.

Prof. Lovemore Madhuku in the middle, successfully represented Ngarivhume in his bail application this time around

Justice Siyabona Musithu, in a judgement read by Justice Tawanda Chitapi said “the courts holds that the magistrate erred” in denying Jacob Ngarivhume bail. He will report to the police three times a week and is barred from using his Twitter account as part of bail conditions.


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