Civil rights watchdog AfriForum is taking positive steps by instructing the international criminal law expert Prof Hennie Strydom to write an opinion on steps they can take to charge Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe\u2019s President, with crime against humanity in the International Criminal Court.\r\nThis follows Mugabe\u2019s announcement that Zimbabweans who had killed white farmers during the country\u2019s land reform process would remain free from prosecution. \r\nErnst Roets, Deputy CEO of AfriForum, says his movement is of the opinion that Pres. Mugabe\u2019s actions constitute a crime against humanity. \u201cThe organisation is currently considering various options \u2013 among others to charge Pres. Mugabe in the International Criminal Court, the United Nations\u2019 Security Council as well as the African Union.\u201d \r\nMeanwhile moves are also afoot to get Mugabe\u2019s wife, Grace (pictured), arrested for assault. The South African Police Service say they knew the whereabouts of Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe, who faces accusations of assault, but declined to say if she had fled the country.\r\nAfriForum has appealed to the SAP to issue a warrant for her arrest. Earlier reports suggested Mugabe handed herself over to police but when she was supposed to appear in court she did not show up. \r\nAccording to Kallie Kriel, CEO of AfriForum, Mugabe should not be allowed to undermine the South African justice system in the same manner she and her husband, Robert Mugabe, does the Zimbabwean justice system.\r\nThe 52-year-old wife of President Robert Mugabe is accused of beating model Gabriella Engels, 20, on Sunday evening at the Johannesburg hotel where her two sons were staying.\r\nEngels said she suffered deep cuts to her forehead and the back of her head, and on Monday she registered a case with the police alleging assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm.\r\nThe alleged attack threatened to spark a diplomatic tiff between the two neighbouring countries. Grace Mugabe allegedly arrived at the Capital 20 West Hotel with bodyguards and accused Engels of partying with her sons Robert and Chatunga, who are both in their 20s and live in Johannesburg.\r\nPictures on social media show Engels bleeding from her head after the alleged assault.