Inquest into Rwandan spymaster’s death due to begin in Randburg. The opposition Rwanda National Congress welcomes the opening an inquest tomorrow into the death of Colonel Patrick Karegeya at a Sandton hotel nearly five years ago.
The party insists Rwanda’s former spymaster was killed on orders from President Paul Kagame.
The hearing in the Randburg magistrates court tomorrow will decide on the date and venue for the inquest into the death of Colonel Patrick Karegeya.
His family and the Rwandan National Congress have expressed their gratitude to South African authorities for the progress made in the pursuit of justice.
Three Rwandan diplomats alleged to have been connected to the killing at the Michelangelo Towers on December 31 2013 were expelled.
Karegeya had been in exile in South Africa since 2007.
Rwanda reciprocated by expelling six South African diplomats.