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South Africa minister says Mozambique ex-finance minister to be extradited home

Reuters Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Mozambique's former finance minister Manuel Chang will be extradited to his home country where he is wanted on charges related to a $2 billion debt scandal, South Africa's Justice Minister Michael Masutha said on Tuesday.
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