[New Times] Félicien Kabuga, who was arrested this month in France for crimes related to the Genocide against the Tutsi after 26 years on the run, will be transferred to Arusha, Tanzania once conditions allow, a judge has ruled.
[263Chat] Fathers’ Rights Movement Zimbabwe (FRMZ) believes Frank Buyanga’s child custody case has demonstrated that fathers’ rights are disregarded in Zimbabwe.
[Nation] Chief Justice David Maraga has reprimanded a section of judges and magistrates who are not working following the partial shutdown of courts to combat spread of the coronavirus.
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -Court hearings will be organised remotely, from May 2, 2020, to avoid infection with the new coronavirus (COVID-19) within courts, Minister of Justice Thouraya Jeribi announced, Saturday.
[This Day] Former Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has blamed the immediate adverse effects of the slump in oil price on Nigeria on the refusal to structure the nation as a federal state to diversify her economy.
[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta has confirmed two more cases of the deadly coronavirus in Kenya.
[HRW] As we speak today, largescale fighting has declined, and a government of national unity is being formed, giving South Sudanese renewed hope for sustainable peace. However, during a public briefing we co-hosted last week, colleagues from the ground spoke about the prevailing human rights and humanitarian situation, revealing a concerning and complex reality that demands the Council’s continued scrutiny.
[Nation] The Employment and Labour Relations court has said that Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko’s impeachment motion should not proceed except in strict compliance of the County Assembly standing orders.
[New Zimbabwe] Parliament was Wednesday forced to adjourn earlier than planned when MDC MPs angrily voiced their disapproval over the ‘shallow’ manner with which State Security minister Owen Ncube was responding to questions relating to mealie-meal shortages.
[263Chat] Opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has renewed bid to challenge the 2018 Presidential election results and will soon approach the Constitutional Court seeking a review of ruling on his petition.