Rwandan doctor murdered in Cape Town
The family of a slain Rwandan doctor, Raymond Dusabe are in the process of repatriating his body after he was found dead in a Sea Point apartment on Monday.
A 29-year old suspect has been arrested in connection with the murder and is due to appear in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.
Mandy Weiner spoke to Rwandan journalist Elisee Mpirwa.
Raymond was described as a pioneer gynaecological oncologist. He was the only one in Rwanda and trying to train others in the area.Elisee Mpirwa, Rwandan journalist
I spoke to the family of the deceased. They are trying now to find papers to start the process of repatriating the body but it is a very long process.Elisee Mpirwa, Rwandan journalist
Some of the doctors I spoke to say they are heartbroken, people on Twitter are saying it is a big loss for the country.Elisee Mpirwa, Rwandan journalist
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