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23 Oct 2018
12:24 pm

Mugabe’s son-in-law granted R430 bail in kidnapping case

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Magistrate Elisha Singano said there was no compelling evidence against the accused.

Former Zimbabwe first lady Grace Mugabe, daughter Bona and her husband Simba Chiroke. Picture: ANA

The son-in-law of deposed Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe was released on US$30 (R430) bail on Tuesday after he spent a night in police cells.

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Simba Chikore, who is married to Bona Mugabe, appeared in Harare Magistrate Court facing a charge of kidnapping involving a Zimbabwe Airways employee, Bertha Zakeyo.

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Granting bail, Magistrate Elisha Singano said there was no compelling evidence against the accused, who was arrested Monday night.

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