Sunday Mail editor Edmund Kudzayi, who was arrested on Thursday after both his home and office were ransacked by police who confiscated his working equipment, is to appear in court today facing charges of allegedly undermining the authority of President Robert Mugabe and subverting or attempting to subvert a constitutionally elected government. His lawyer Joseph Mandizha confirmed that Kudzayi will appear in court today but did not elaborate on the charges. He also said Kudzayi would be charged with keeping ammunition in an unsecure place. President Robert Mugabe accused Information Minister Jonathan Moyo two weeks ago of appointing editors who were sympathetic to the Movement for Democratic Change and were bent on destroying the party. He called Moyo a “devil incarnate” and a “weevil” .