Raymond Dusabe who was a doctor at King Faisal Hospital in Kigali has been assassinated in South Africa where he was spending holidays.
Dr Dusabe, 40, was a specialist in Gynecologic oncology.
Ambassador of Rwanda in South Africa, Vincent Karega has confirmed the incident saying that Dusabe was found murdered on Monday morning in the house he was lodging in Cape Town city.
Dusabe started his job in King Faisal Hospital in April 2017 after completing Gynecologic Oncology studies in Stellenbosch University, South Africa.
Under the funding of the government of Rwanda, Dusabe entered Stellenbosch University in 2010 after completing medicine studies at former National University of Rwanda (NUR).
Dr Dusabe grew up in Burundi where his family lived in exile and returned to Rwanda in 1998 after completing secondary school.