Two Zambian men, accused of having gay sex, have had their court hearing postponed.
A court in the small town of Kapiri Mposhi, north of the capital of Lusaka, Zambia, was due to give a verdict yesterday (30 May).
However, due to delays the hearing has been postponed to a later, unconfirmed date.
It has been over a year since the two young men were initially arrested.
James Mwape and Philip Mubiana, both 22, were arrested in April 2013, charged with of having sex ‘against the order of nature’ under Section 155 of Zambia’s Penal Code.