Genocide in Rwanda: green light for surrendering Félicien Kabuga to international justice

On the front page of the Journal of Africa on Wednesday, the parliamentary law issued an opinion favoring the transition to international justice for Félicien Kabuga, the alleged “financier” of the Rwanda genocide and trying by all means we will be tried in France after more than 25 years on leap. His defense immediately announced the arrest of the Court of Cassation, which will have two months to govern. You will hear the reaction from Richard Gisagara, lawyer for the Rwanda Community Association of France.

We will also go to Cape Town in South Africa, a city that is very affected by the Covid-19 epidemic. Those who have battled HIV are now at the forefront of coronavirus. In addition to providing care, they fight against the stigma of the sick.

Finally, in DR Congo, the confusion of believers is urgent, more than two months after the closure of religious services to combat the spread of coronavirus. Across the country, faithful Catholics as well as Protestants are organizing to continue living their faith while respecting barrier guests. And if believers cannot go to church, it is the church that goes to believers, on social networks or on the radio.