He may have fixed Rwanda, but ‘extraordinary rendition’ shows Kagame’s ruthless streak

15 November 2020 - 00:00 By barney mthombothi

In April 1994, as SA was ushering in the dawn of freedom, Rwanda was engulfed in a genocide in which about 800,000 people were killed. But as SA steadily descended into a quagmire of corruption and depravity under its new rulers, Rwanda has picked itself up, nursed its wounds and changed the course of its destiny. It is now regarded as one of the economic success stories in Africa...

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