MINOR BREAKING NEWS:
In Zambia, the court hearing scheduled for today, June 4, in the case against human rights activist and AIDS fighter Paul Kasonkomona has been postponed until tomorrow morning, June 5.
Kasonkomona was arrested April 7 and charged with “soliciting for immoral purposes” immediately after he appeared on a live television show and spoke in favor of the repeal of Zambia’s anti-homosexuality law.
For more information, see the article “Homosexuality at issue in 2 trials in Zambia this week.”
- Homosexuality at issue in 2 trials in Zambia this week (76crimes.com)
- Gay in Zambia: mob justice, jail until May 22 trial (76crimes.com)
- Appeal to Zambia: End repressive anti-gay frenzy (76crimes.com)
- Gay rights activist wants case referred to High Court (times.co.zm)