Rushwaya bail conditions relaxed PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 09 March 2012 16:38

rushwaya henrietta.jpgBail conditions for Former ZIFA chief executive officer, Henrietta Rushwaya, have been relaxed.

She has been given back her travelling documents.

Rushwaya through her lawyer, Mr. Jonathan Samukange applied to the court to have her passport returned and to review reporting conditions.

Harare magistrate, Anita Chuma granted her application and asked her to report to police once every two weeks.

The case has been remanded to the 27th of April to enable the state to complete investigations.

The investigations were supposed to have been completed by the end of December last year, but the state has indicated that it is not yet ready for trial.

Rushwaya is facing charges of bribery and fraud involving US$1 million.

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