Anger as Bushiri escapes SA, govt initiates extradition

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Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary appeared at Pretoria Magistrates' Court. Picture: Gallo Images/Frennie Shivambu
Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary appeared at Pretoria Magistrates' Court. Picture: Gallo Images/Frennie Shivambu

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*This article was updated on Sunday (November 15) at 17:53 to include a statement from the SA government.  

Justice Minister Ronald Lamola says he will not hesitate to extradite Enlightened Christian Gathering leader Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary, who both fled to his country of birth, Malawi, breaking their bail conditions and rendering themselves wanted fugitives.

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