Zimbabwe court bails opposition members accused of post-election violence


HARARE (Reuters) – A Zimbabwe court Tuesday freed on bail 27 opposition supporters arrested by police last week on accusations of fomenting post-election violence.

Movement For Democratic Change (MDC) supporters arrested last week for violent protests arrive for bail application at the Harare Magistrates courts in Harare, Zimbabwe, August 7,2018. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo

Magistrate Francis Vhitorini granted $50 bail to each of the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) members.

“The court has indicated that it did not consider any of them to be a flight risk. The judgment was so brilliant…



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