Ramaphosa’s phone may have been tapped by Rwandan spies
Amnesty International allegations could further strain relations between SA and Kagame’s government
A global investigation involving human rights group Amnesty International has revealed that President Cyril Ramaphosa may have been the subject of spying or surveillance by Rwanda, a revelation unlikely to bode well for already strained diplomatic relations between the two countries.
On Wednesday, Amnesty International said new evidence uncovered by the Pegasus Project revealed that the phone numbers of 14 heads of state, including Ramaphosa, France’s President Emmanuel Macron, Pakistan’s Imran Khan and hundreds of government officials had been selected as people of interest by clients of spyware company NSO. ..