NewsDay staffers out on $200 bail

NEWSDAY deputy editor Nqaba Matshazi and reporter Xolisani Ncube who are facing charges of “communicating or publishing false statements prejudicial to the State”, appeared in court today and were granted $200 bail each.

NewsDay Deputy Editor Nqaba Matshazi (blue T-shirt), Reporter Xolisani Ncube (black shirt) and legal secretary Sifikile Thabeta (in floral jacket) enter the Harare Magistrates’ Court on Friday morning. The trio is facing charges of communicating or publishing false statements prejudicial to the State,” in relation to a story titled Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) bonuses.

NewsDay Deputy Editor Nqaba Matshazi (blue T-shirt), Reporter Xolisani Ncube (black shirt) and legal secretary Sifikile Thabeta (in floral jacket) enter the Harare Magistrates’ Court on Friday morning. The trio is facing charges of communicating or publishing false statements prejudicial to the State,” in relation to a story titled Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) bonuses.

They will appear in court on January 27. As part of the bail conditions, the three are expected to report every Friday at the Harare Central Police Station and reside at their given addresses.

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