Sikhala, who is represented by Beatrice Mtetwa, applied for bail citing changed circumstances.
The State accuses Baglow of using two names to hoodwink his clients.
Police investigations established that the firearms had been smuggled from South Africa.
Marauka allegedly sneaked into the police station with a letter postponing the meeting without the knowledge of the current leadership.
Sikhala’s lawyer Beatrice Mtetwa confirmed the incident, but said she was out of the country.
Kangai and NetOne have been locked in a legal battle since 2016.  He is challenging the termination of his employment.
The State, however, withdrew the charges before plea after the duo submitted its permit before magistrate Tafadzwa Miti.
Mukamuri had approached the court challenging a decision by ZNNP+ to pay her dues in local currency.
Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services officials could not be reached for comment.
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