Fired Zimbabwe finance minister Ignatius Chombo, charged with three counts of corruption in offences that allegedly took place more than a decade ago, will be detained until Monday, when the court will rule on his bail application.
Ignatius Chombo was among those detained by the military when it seized power before Robert Mugabe resigned as president on Tuesday.
Several members of a group allied to former president Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace were detained and expelled from the ruling party, including Chombo.
more recommended stories
Should foreigners in the U.K. worry about new borders bill?
These are indeed, worrying times for.
British Airways cancels flights till March 2022
BRITISH Airways has cancelled more than.
UK tightens coronavirus testing for inbound travellers, adds Nigeria to red list
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said travel.
UK records 53,945 new covid cases highest daily infections since July
Britain recorded 53 945 new COVID-19.
Zimbabwe finds first omicron case after announcing quarantine
Zimbabwe has identified its first case.
U.K. struggling to provide hotels to quarantine returning residents
There appears to be a real.
SA president Cyril Ramaphosa chides African states for Covid travel bans
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has.
Omicron variant was already in Europe before South Africa
Omicron variant was already in Europe.