The U.S. is up in arms over South Africa's decision to extradite former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang back to his country, after his arrest at OR International Airport in Gauteng in December 2018 for alleged money laundering and other corruption charges, that brought his country's economy to near collapse. He is also wanted in the U.S. for his alleged involvement in financial crimes totalling U.S.$2 billion.
U.S. Embassy Disappointed By Masutha's Decision to Extradite Chang to Mozambique, Not U.S.
News24Wire, 22 May 2019
The US embassy in Pretoria says it is disappointed by Minister of Justice and Correctional Services Michael Masutha's decision to have former Mozambique finance minister Manuel… Read more »
Mozambique's former finance minister Manuel Chang (file photo)
Manuel Chang to Be Extradited to Mozambique, Not U.S.
News24Wire, 21 May 2019
Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha says he has decided to have former Mozambique finance minister Manuel Chang extradited to his home country and not the… Read more »
Former Finance Minister Chang's Arrest Opens Can of Worms
CAJ News, 21 January 2019
The arrest of a former finance minister as well as the indictment of several other government officials has bust wide open the level of government corruption in Mozambique and to… Read more »
The fate of Mozambique's former finance minister, Manuel Chang, now lies in the hands of the South African Minister of Justice, Michael Masutha, following the decision by a ... Read more »
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 ... Read more »
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 »
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