Former finance minister, Ignatius Chombo and former ruling Zanu-PF youth leader, Kudzanayi Chipanga have been denied bail and will remain in custody after being remanded to December 8 this year. Chombo, who faces charges including corruption and criminal abuse of office, was detained after the military seized power in 'Operation Restore Legacy' which it said was meant to remove "criminals" around former president Robert Mugabe.
Disgraced Chombo Back in Jail
New Zimbabwe, 28 November 2017
Former Finance minister Ignatius Chombo was sent back to remand prison Monday after his bail application was turned down by a Harare magistrate. Read more »
Left: Ignatius Chombo and Kudzanayi Chipanga, right. (file photo).
Chombo's Lawyer Vows High Court Bail Appeal
Former Finance minister Ignatius Chombo and Zanu PF national youth secretary, Kudzai Chipanga will on Tuesday approach the High Court for bail. Read more »
Ruling Party's Chombo, Chipanga Denied Bail
The Herald, 28 November 2017
Former Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo and ex-Zanu-PF youth leader Kudzanai Chipanga were yesterday sent to remand prison after the court threw out their application for bail and… Read more »
Former Finance Minister Chombo Refused Bail
New Zimbabwe, 27 November 2017
FORMER Finance minister Ignatius Chombo and deposed Zanu PF youth leader Kudzai Chipanga were denied bail by a Harare magistrate on Monday. Read more »
Chombo ,Chipanga Bid for Freedom
The Herald, 27 November 2017
Former Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo and ex-Zanu-PF youth leader Kudzanai Chipanga will appear in court today for their bail application after the duo unsuccessfully challenged… Read more »
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