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Shepherd Bushiri and wife Mary Bushiri, appear in court for a bail hearing.
Shepherd Bushiri and wife Mary Bushiri, appear in court for a bail hearing.
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There are more questions than answers about how self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri managed to leave South Africa without being detected, writes Mandy Wiener. 

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