Zimbabwean opposition politician Jacob Ngarivhume has been granted bail in his fourth attempt since being detained on July 20 after calling for anti-government protests against corruption and the country’s economic crisis. Al Jazeera reports that the politician, who was arrested on the same day as prominent journalist Hopewell Chin’ono and charged with inciting the public to commit violence, was ordered to pay 50,000 Zimbabwe dollars (about N$2400), surrender his passport, and report to the police three times a week.