(Last Updated on October 2, 2020 by Editor)
HARARE – The High Court has again postponed the bail appeal for Zimbabwe Students Union (Zinasu) president, Takudzwa Ngadziore to 6 October 2020.
His lawyer, Webster Jiti confirmed the latest developments.
“The matter has been postponed to the 6th of October 2020, meanwhile the Prisons officials yesterday indicated that they had no capacity to bring him to court for the court appearance of today since he is represented but it’s something that we are also taking up.
“Then the second aspect, is has been noted that the record which has been before the High Court, which record of proceedings which transpired at the magistrate’s courts is actually incomplete. There are certain aspects of the record which are not clear here and we sought the indulgence of the court to direct the clerk of court at magistrate’s Court to avail that record at the soonest but the court declined and advised that we should chase up with the clerk of court at magistrate’s Court,” said Jiti while addressing the media.
Ngadziore has been in a court battle with the state since he was arrested for demonstrating against Impala Car Rental.
The car rental company was implicated in the abduction and torture of Tawanda Muchehiwa by suspected state security agents.