| Last Updated: Monday, 12 March 2007, 19:37 GMT |
Tsvangirai lawyer access ordered
The judge said Mr Tsvangirai should have immediate access to medical care after his lawyer said he was badly beaten by police in custody.
The judge also said Mr Tsvangirai should be brought to his court on Tuesday morning or freed.
Mr Tsvangirai leads Zimbabwe's Movement for Democratic Change (MDC).
He was arrested along with several colleagues after riot police broke up a public meeting in the capital, Harare.
One activist was shot dead at the rally, described as a prayer meeting.
As reports spread of the beatings, demonstrations erupted in Gweru, about 200km (124 miles) south of Harare, and hundreds were arrested in the eastern town of Mutare, say the BBC's Brian Hungwe.