Murder of Rwandan dissident brings back memories of another brutal death

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Seif Bamporiki
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Almost two years after the murder of a Rwandan Bolt driver in Cape Town, the family he left behind is still looking for answers.

His widow, Annet Kabasindi, said the murder on Sunday of Rwanda National Congress co-ordinator Seif Bamporiki had opened old wounds.

"Why is it taking so long?" she asked of the investigation into the murder of her husband, Camir Nkurunziza.

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