Dissident’s murder casts shadow over Rwanda’s economic miracle
JOHANNESBURG — The Globe and Mail
It seemed like the perfect crime. When the police entered the posh Michelangelo Towers in Johannesburg’s business district on New Year’s Day and found the lifeless body of Patrick Karegeya on a bed in the luxury hotel, his killer was long gone. The person who strangled the Rwandan dissident had enough time to disappear into the city and perhaps even to flee the country.