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Harare man fit to stand trial

Publish date: 08 January 2018
Issue Number: 756
Diary: IBA Legalbrief Africa
Category: general

* A Zimbabwean man charged with undermining the authority of President Emmerson Mnangagwa has been declared mentally fit to stand trial. Gustiv Kativhu was declared healthy by doctors after prosecutors asked for a psychological evaluation as a result of his disorderly conduct during his initial remand. The activist had hit desks in the courtroom while claiming Mnangagwa had his unidentified friend killed. He was arrested at the Robert Mugabe square where the ruling party had met to endorse Mnangagwa as party leader in December.

- News24