Rwanda President Paul Kagame has seemed to hint at involvement in the death of former spy chief Patrick Karegeya but SA would not respond.
Mozambiquan authorities have "categorically" denied reports that arrests have been made after the death of former Rwandan spy boss Patrick Karegeya.
Three suspects have been arrested in connection with the death of Rwanda's former spy chief Patrick Karegeya, who was found dead in a Sandton hotel.
Rwanda's foreign minister, who tweeted that Patrick Karegeya was a "self-declared" enemy of the country, says her government has no sympathy for him.
Patrick Karegeyaâ€™s alleged killer entered South Africa on a fake passport, according to close friends of the slain former Rwandan spy chief.
Rwanda's late former spy chief Patrick Karegeya was last seen with a Rwandan businessman who befriended the victim in jail, says a Rwandan ex-general.
The police and Hawks say they are still looking for the killer of Rwanda's ex-spy chief Patrick Karegeya, who was found dead in a Sandton hotel room.
Former Rwandan spy chief Patrick Karegeya's body has been found in a Sandton hotel room, along with a bloodied towel and rope.
Patrick Karegeya, former head of Rwanda's external intelligence service, has been found strangled in a hotel in Johannesburg.
Rwanda, too, has succeeded in doing what this country has only been talking about for 18 years..
UN experts have accused Uganda and Rwanda of backing M23 rebels, and despite denials, officials in Kigali have been anxious over the turn of events.
After freezing financial aid to Kigali, Washington has indicted it is ready to lift sanctions against Rwanda if it severs ties with rebel group M23.
Rwanda ruling party, the Rwandan Patriotic Front, has won 40 of the 53 parliamentary seats open to political parties in the country's elections.
Paul Kagame's RPF, which has run the country since ending the genocide nearly 20 years ago, are headed for a predicted landslide win.
SA soldiers may be caught in the middle should the country hold DRC to account. Mmanaledi Mataboge reports.
While HPV vaccines will save lives, target schoolgirls will be hard to reach.
Rwanda's high commissioner says fears of further persecution are misplaced: it is safe to return.
With their refugee status being annulled, Rwandans fear what is in store for them if they go back. Niren Tolsi reports.