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Isis is not driving the Cabo Delgado war

Can Frelimo and its backers continue to profit from a failing state while an armed insurgency rages in northern Mozambique? And will South Africa help prop them up?

Lamola halts Chang extradition

Chang has been held in South Africa since December at the request of US authorities over alleged involvement in fraudulent loans to Mozambique SOEs

Why SA extradited Chang to Mozambique rather than the US

Bundling him off to the US would threaten Mozambique’s security and spoil the pan-Africanist agenda

Former Mozambican finance minister avoids US extradition

Manuel Chang will be tried at home, but the American embassy is not happy

Chang should be extradited to US on fraud charges — SA court

Chang was arrested in South Africa on December 30 on a warrant issued by authorities in the US

Court dismisses Chang’s bid to have Masutha decide where he should be extradited to

Chang was arrested at OR Tambo International Airport on December 30 on a warrant issued by authorities in the US

US ‘expects’ SA to hand over ex-Mozambique minister

US Assistant Secretary of State Tibor Nagy said he expected Pretoria to honour the extradition accord it signed in September 1999

Mozambique’s financial scandal may get even bigger

Mozambique's parliament has lifted immunity for its ex-finance minister Manuel Chang, detained in SA on a US-issued international arrest warrant.

Mozambique ruling party grapples with state debt scandal

Former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang's arrest at has triggered a political crisis ahead of the country's elections later this year

Court backs arrest of Mozambique ex-minister

Since Manuel Chang's arrest on December 29, three former employees of Credit Suisse bank have been arrested in London for possible extradition

Former Mozambican finance minister continues to fight against extradition to the US

The US accuses Manuel Chang of conspiracy to commit wire and securities fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering

SA, Mozambique aim to boost cross-border trade

South African President Thabo Mbeki and his Mozambican counterpart Armando Guebuza reached agreement Tuesday on moves aimed at increasing access and levels of trade across their common border. In a briefing to reporters after the meeting in Pretoria, senior ministers said the main crossing between the neighbours would soon undergo a major revamp.

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