SA to probe Rwanda ex-spy chief mysterious murder


By AFP
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An inquest into the death of an exiled Rwandan ex-spy chief who was found strangled in a luxury Johannesburg hotel in 2014 will open in January, a South African court official said Thursday.

Patrick Karegeya, 53, was living in South Africa when he was killed in a room at the plush Michelangelo Towers hotel in the Johannesburg suburb of Sandton.

“It’s not a trial it’s a formal inquest and it starts on 16 January,” the court official told AFP.

“At this stage we are holding a formal enquiry to ascertain who was responsible for the death,” said the official who did not have permission to speak to the media.

Mr Karegeya was head of external intelligence for nearly a decade before falling out with President Paul Kagame.

In 2007, he fled into exile in South Africa, where he…

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