Three Bulawayo men and a woman suspected of having heckled First Lady Dr Grace Mugabe  during last week’s 9th Presidential Youth Interface rally in Bulawayo have appeared in court facing charges of disrupting a public gathering under the criminal law, codification and reform act.

The four suspects Mabutho Moyo (32), Mayibongwe Zvigada (28), Walter Sibanda (24) and Dephine Dzvanga (33)  appeared before Bulawayo Magistatre  Mclean Ndlovu  who granted the four suspects a $50 bail each on condition that they do not attend the next  Presidential Youth  Interface rally set to be held in  Harare.

The alleged chief culprit Magura Charumbira is still on the run.

The state prosecutor Mr Jerry Mutsindikwa  said the four suspects and other several people sang a song entitled into Oyenzayo Siyayizonda (We Hate What You Are Doing) when the First Lady was delivering her speech.   

According to Mutsindikwa, the suspects further stood up and made gestures by throwing their hands in the air and their act was viewed as a disruptance to a public gathering.

The court heard the suspects were only stopped after the intervention of some Zanu PF youths.

The suspects who were arrested on the 4th of this month at the White City Stadium have been remanded to the 24th of this month for routine remand.