Tsenengamu is facing charges of inciting public violence and was hauled to court Saturday after handing himself to the police at Harare Central Police Station Friday.
Nduna will decide Monday whether to grant him bail or not.
In court, Tsenengamu told Nduna that he feared for his life as unidentified men were stalking him.
His charges emanate from calls he made ahead of the foiled #31July anti-corruption demonstrations urging Zimbabweans to come out in their numbers and protest against high-level corruption in government.
The protests were, however, crushed by security forces.