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[[Zimbabwe Republic Police|Police]] yesterday disrupted a lawful [[Zimbabwe National Students Union]] (Zinasu) meeting in [[Mutare]] and arrested [[Tajamuka/Sesjikile Campaign]] spokesperson [[Promise Mkwananzi]]. Mkwananzi was arrested together with fellow colleague [[Pride Mkono]] who were scheduled to give solidarity messages as former ZINASU Presidents which has been a tradition over the years. Last week Mkwananzi was arrested by police and accused of using a phone while driving. He was allegedly denied the right to pay a fine for the offence.  
 
[[Zimbabwe Republic Police|Police]] yesterday disrupted a lawful [[Zimbabwe National Students Union]] (Zinasu) meeting in [[Mutare]] and arrested [[Tajamuka/Sesjikile Campaign]] spokesperson [[Promise Mkwananzi]]. Mkwananzi was arrested together with fellow colleague [[Pride Mkono]] who were scheduled to give solidarity messages as former ZINASU Presidents which has been a tradition over the years. Last week Mkwananzi was arrested by police and accused of using a phone while driving. He was allegedly denied the right to pay a fine for the offence.  
  
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Mkwananzi was recently granted $100 together with [[Bruce Usvivo]] who was granted $50 bail by the High Court after spending about a month in remand prison. The two were arrested by the police and charged with inciting and committing public violence and destroying property which includes a vehicle belonging to the Police and another one belonging to [[Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation]] (ZBC) during a demonstration against Police Brutality which took place on Wednesday 24 August 2016. The activists were order to surrender their passports, report at the Harare Central Police Station Law and Order section once every Friday, to reside at the addresses given to the Court and not to interfere with State witnesses as part of their bail conditions.
 
Mkwananzi was recently granted $100 together with [[Bruce Usvivo]] who was granted $50 bail by the High Court after spending about a month in remand prison. The two were arrested by the police and charged with inciting and committing public violence and destroying property which includes a vehicle belonging to the Police and another one belonging to [[Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation]] (ZBC) during a demonstration against Police Brutality which took place on Wednesday 24 August 2016. The activists were order to surrender their passports, report at the Harare Central Police Station Law and Order section once every Friday, to reside at the addresses given to the Court and not to interfere with State witnesses as part of their bail conditions.

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<vote /> Police yesterday disrupted a lawful Zimbabwe National Students Union (Zinasu) meeting in Mutare and arrested Tajamuka/Sesjikile Campaign spokesperson Promise Mkwananzi. Mkwananzi was arrested together with fellow colleague Pride Mkono who were scheduled to give solidarity messages as former ZINASU Presidents which has been a tradition over the years. Last week Mkwananzi was arrested by police and accused of using a phone while driving. He was allegedly denied the right to pay a fine for the offence.

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Mkwananzi was recently granted $100 together with Bruce Usvivo who was granted $50 bail by the High Court after spending about a month in remand prison. The two were arrested by the police and charged with inciting and committing public violence and destroying property which includes a vehicle belonging to the Police and another one belonging to Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) during a demonstration against Police Brutality which took place on Wednesday 24 August 2016. The activists were order to surrender their passports, report at the Harare Central Police Station Law and Order section once every Friday, to reside at the addresses given to the Court and not to interfere with State witnesses as part of their bail conditions.

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