Zimbabwe National Student Union (ZINASU) president Takudzwa Ngadziore bail was on Monday denied bail at the Harare Magistrates Court.
The student is facing charges of gathering with intent to promote public violence after he was caught addressing the media at OK Mart in Hillside, Harare.
The Court said that Ngadziore was not a good bail candidate considering that he was arrested a few days after he was granted bail on similar allegations.
“It does not require rocket science to figure out that the accused will continue with this kind of offence.
“His previous bail conditions required him to continue residing at his a given address and not to disturb peace but failed to respect that,” said magistrate Judith Taruvinga.
Ngadziore was recently arrested and granted bail after he allegedly staged a protest at Impala Car Rental premises accusing the company of having a hand in the abduction of Tawanda Muchehiwa in Bulawayo on 30 July.
He denies the allegations and insists it is his right to demonstrate.
Ngadziore will be back in court on October 5 for his routine remand.