HARARE, Aug 9 (Reuters) – Zimbabwe´s former finance minister and opposition chief Tendai Biti appeared in courtroom on Thursday dealing with costs over his function in violence linked to final week´s post-election protests.
Biti had sought asylum in neighbouring Zambia on Wednesday however his bid was rejected and he was deported again to Zimbabwe the place he was taken into police custody.
Biti was additionally charged with falsely and unlawfully asserting outcomes of the election. State prosecutors didn’t oppose bail. (Reporting by MacDonald Dzirutwe; enhancing by Andrew Roche)