The ZINASU leader Takudzwa Ngadziore has been granted $5,000 bail.
He was ordered to surrender his passport and to stay at least 500 metres away from the Impala Car Rental offices.
Ngadziore, president of the Zimbabwe National Students Union (Zinasu), was arrested and jailed last month for protesting outside a car hire company, Impala Car Rental. The company has been under pressure from campaigners to release details of the alleged use of one of their vehicles in the suspected abduction of another student activist, Tawanda Muchehiwa.
Muchehiwa was snatched in July by suspected state agents in Bulawayo and was tortured for three days. His abduction appeared to have been caught on CCTV.
The hashtags #freetaku and #FreeTakudzwaNgadziore are attracting wide international attention, as supporters call for his release.
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