MDC Alliance co-principal Tendai Biti has been freed on $5,000 bail by a Harare magistrate, but banned from issuing any political statements during his impending trial. The Harare East MP-elect was arrested in Zambia where was seeking asylum. His charges include contravening the Electoral Act and inciting public violence.
Harare Magistrate Gags Biti As He Sets Him Free
New Zimbabwe, 10 August 2018
MDC Alliance co-principal Tendai Biti was Thursday set free by Harare magistrate Francis Mapfumo who however banned the outspoken politician from issuing any political statements… Read more »
Biti Freed On $5 000 Bail
The Herald, 10 August 2018
MDC-Alliance principal Tendai Biti yesterday appeared at the Harare Magistrates' Courts facing charges of inciting violence and unlawfully declaring opposition party leader Nelson… Read more »
Tendai Biti appears at the Harare magistrate's court.
President Claims He Ordered Biti Release
President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa has made unsolicited confessions he sometimes meddles with court decisions, telling all and sundry Thursday he was responsible for Tendai Biti's… Read more »
U.S. Says to Confront Zambia Over Biti Asylum Debacle
The US government has condemned Zambian authorities for handing Tendai Biti back to Zimbabwe following the embattled MDC Alliance co-principal's failed bid to seek asylum in the… Read more »
West Speaks on Tendai Biti Arrest
The Heads Mission of the European Union, Australia, Canada and the United States of America have called on the Government of Zimbabwe to guarantee the "safety and physical… Read more »
Biti Gets Quality Justice - Acting Prosecutor General
ACTING Prosecutor-General Mr Kumbirai Hodzi said MDC-Alliance principal Mr Tendai Biti's rights have been upheld from his arrest to the time of appearing in court and that… Read more »
The Zambian government has said MDC Alliance politician Tendai Biti's grounds are not worth the relief he is seeking, and that he should return to Harare and answer to allegations ... Read more »
Top opposition MDC Alliance officials Tendai Biti, Morgan Komichi and seven others have been accused of inciting the deadly post-election violence that rocked Harare. The ... Read more »
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