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Shepherd Bushiri's fleet of cars and his home
Shepherd Bushiri's fleet of cars and his home

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The flight of self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary – in the process forgoing R400 000 in bail money, a Gulfstream jet and a R5.5 million mansion – revealed how, with enough money, national borders become insignificant.

On the other hand, working people in many regions of the world are being increasingly trapped not only by poverty, but also by walls, razor wire, fences and armed border patrols.

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