Mozambique to Put All 20 'Hidden Debts' Suspects On Trial
Mozambique has finalised charges against 20 people, including the son of former president Armando Guebuza, in connection with a U.S.$2 billion debt scandal that crippled the economy, the attorney general has said. Among the charges they face are corruption, money laundering, blackmail, embezzlement, abuse of office, violation of management rules, falsification of documents, possession of banned weapons, and membership of a criminal association.
South African Justice Minister Ronald Lamola's decision to halt the extradition of former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang to his home country means he could instead be ... Read more »
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 ... 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 »
Civil society organizations have added their voice to those demanding that the loans borrowed from European banks in 2013 and 2014 by three Mozambican security-related companies be ... Read more »
Ndabi Guebuza, the oldest of Armando Guebuza's four children, was picked up from his home in the capital Maputo in a legal crackdown on suspects linked to a $2-billion government ... Read more »