Newly-appointed International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor faces a tough task navigating South Africa's relationship with Rwanda after an apparent hijacking-gone-wrong in Cape Town resulted in the death of Camir Nkurunziza, a bodyguard-turned-critic of Rwandan president Paul Kagame.
Shooting Death of Rwandan Exile in Cape Town Could Be Pandor's First Big Diplomatic Test
Daily Maverick, 3 June 2019
South Africa's relationship with Rwanda could be tested again after an apparent hijacking-gone-wrong in Cape Town, during which Camir Nkurunziza, a bodyguard-turned-critic of… Read more »
Claims and Counter-Claims Mount Over Cape Town Killing of Rwandan Dissident
Daily Maverick, 7 June 2019
As Rwandan dissident Camir Nkurunziza's widow and children prepare to bury him in Cape Town, questions about the circumstances of his botched hijacking still grow. While the South… Read more »
Left: South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. Centre: South African International Relations Minister Naledi Pandor. Right: Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
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 ... Read more »
Advocate Gerrie Nel has welcomed a judgment by the Randburg Magistrate's Court which ruled that the South African Police Service has two weeks to submit what actions were taken, ... Read more »
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