KTN News covered Wayamo´s International Symposium on “Networks of Accountability: Justice for International and Transnational Organised Crimes”.
Supreme Court judge Isaac Lenaola has lamented the encroachment of the Judiciary’s independence by the Executive saying that targeting of judges by interested parties in cases is eroding democracy in Kenya. By Samuel Ramtu.
DCI noted the changing trends in transnational crimes, which have been made more complex by the advances in information communication technology requires a paradigm shift on how they are fought. By DANNISH ODONGO.
Video by RTV : over a three-day period from 20 to 22 November 2017, Kigali, Rwanda, played host to the latest in the Wayamo Foundation’s series of East African international justice conferences aimed at exploring the current state of international criminal justice, its links with transnational organised crime, and national and regional efforts to deal with these crimes.
Lagos Television : from 28-30 June, Wayamo organised a capacity-building workshop for military investigators and prosecutors on ‘STRENGTHENING JUSTICE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN NIGERIA’ at the Southern Sun Hotel Ikoyi in Lagos.
Judicial officers, legal practitioners and other actors in the criminal justice system on Friday, got together to discuss best practices through which international and transnational crimes can be combatted. By PAUL AMPURIRE.
The Director of Public Prosecutions, Mr Mike Chibita, this week voiced his frustration over the delay by the police to investigate and bring to book the killers of slain Principal State Attorney Joan Kagezi three years down the road.
The late Joan Kagezi was appointed head of Department from 2010 up to the time of her demise on 30th March, 2015. The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions set up an International War Crimes in the wake of the terrorist attack on Uganda in 2010, which led to the death of about 75 people. Uganda ratified the Rome Statute of 1998 which was domesticated and passed as the “International War Crimes Act of 2009”. By Kambale Reagan.
The Wayamo Foundation is proud of its partnership with the UN Team of Experts. Together, we worked on different capacity building projects in Nigeria and in the Central African Republic.
Rather than undermine South Africa’s international reputation, Ramaphosa has a unique and rare opportunity to enhance it; it is up to him to seize this chance.