jan 082014
 

Johannesburg – At the time of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda a horrified missionary was famously reported as exclaiming there were devils left in hell and they had all gone to Rwanda. The political legacy of that horror now appears to have moved to greater Johannesburg, as came into focus this week with the apparent assassination of shadowy former Rwandan spymaster ex-Colonel Patrick Karegeya in lurid circumstances in a room in Sandton’s top-end Michelangelo Towers Hotel. Though the one-time head [lees verder]

jan 082014
 

Patrick Karegeya formed an opposition party in 2010 Exiled former Rwandan intelligence chief Patrick Karegeya has been apparently murdered in a Johannesburg hotel room, South African police say. They say the dissident might have been strangled, with a rope and bloodied towel found in the hotel room safe. Mr Karegeya was stripped of the rank of colonel after falling out with his former ally, President Paul Kagame. President Kagame’s allies have previously denied accusations of links to a series of [lees verder]

jan 082014
 

Patrick Karegeya,Rwanda’s former spy chief, who was found dead, possibly strangled, in a hotel in Joburg. Johannesburg – Rwanda’s murdered ex-intelligence chief agreed to scrap his South African security detail before he was strangled to death in a Johannesburg hotel room, according to a political ally. Patrick Karegeya, 53, was discovered slumped on a bed by staff at the hotel on New Year’s Day, prompting accusations that Rwandan President Paul Kagame had ordered a hit. Karegeya was the former head [lees verder]