Shepherd Bushiri and his wife escape SA again

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Shepherd Bushiri is said to have returned to South Africa three times since he and his wife fled to Malawi last year. Photo: Frennie Shivambu / Gallo Images
Shepherd Bushiri is said to have returned to South Africa three times since he and his wife fled to Malawi last year. Photo: Frennie Shivambu / Gallo Images

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South Africa’s security agencies are investigating credible claims that fugitive self-proclaimed preacher Shepherd Bushiri has been in the country several times since his dramatic escape in 2020 – the most recent visit being just two months ago.

And they are trying to establish how, during his last foray into the country, Bushiri managed to slip through a tight security cordon that had been set up to apprehend him.

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