Inquest into brutal death of Patrick Karegeya

After nearly five years of stalled investigations, South African prosecutors have finally called an inquest into the brutal strangling to death of Rwandan dissident, Patrick Karegeya, a former close aide to Rwandan President Paul Kagame.

At least 30 witnesses are expected to testify, beginning in January, in an inquest that could lead to criminal charges, according to senior prosecutor Yusuf Baba, who opened the inquest on Thursday.

For more on this, Channel Africa's Nixon Katembo spoke to Karegeya's Nephew David Batenga…