Zimbabwe’s opposition politician Jacob Ngarivhume, who called for anti-corruption protests in July, has been granted bail.

Mr Ngarivhume was charged with inciting violence.

He was arrested in July along with a freelance journalist Hopewell Chin’ono who faces a similar charge for tweeting in support of the calls to protest.

Mr Chin’ono’s bail ruling will be delivered on Wednesday afternoon.

Their arrests alongside dozens of other government critics and opposition supporters has been widely condemned.

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