Pace of Justice Erodes Aims to Fix Rwanda, South Africa Relations
South Africa and Rwanda could no doubt do many things together on the continent, like advancing the African Continental Free Trade Agreement and reforming the AU - if they could only stand each other. But they seem to be inherently incompatible. One thing or another will always erupt to sabotage this reconciliation of irreconcilables, writes Peter Fabricius for Institute for Security Studies.
From left: Presidents Paul Kagame and Cyril Ramaphosa.
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