U.S. Demands That Former Mozambique Minister Be Sent to New York
The United States says it expects South African authorities to hand over Mozambique's former finance minister, Manuel Chang, despite a separate request from Mozambique. Both extradition requests are for his alleged involvement in U.S.$2 billion fraudulent loans to Mozambican state firms. A South African court is considering the complex law applicable to the conflicting demands, and will consider Chang's case on March 18.
Close to a dozen suspects, mostly from the previous administration of Armando Guebuza, have already been arrested for their alleged involvement in arguably the worst corruption ... Read more »
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Mozambique's former finance minister, Manuel Chang prefers to be extradited to Mozambique, according to his lawyer - but South Africa is still considering whether to extradite ... Read more »
Former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang has had his bail application postponed to January 18 by the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court. The postponement was granted to give ... Read more »