Manuel Chang: Over 2 years in SA custody, justice minister still mum about his fate

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Manuel Chang, former finance minister of Mozambique, appears in the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court.
Manuel Chang, former finance minister of Mozambique, appears in the Kempton Park Magistrate's Court.
Photo by Wikus De Wet / AFP

In December 2018, Mozambique's former finance minister Manuel Chang was arrested at OR Tambo International Airport on his way to Dubai.

Two years later, Chang remains in custody, and his lawyers remain in the dark over his fate. 

Speaking to News24 on Tuesday, lawyer Rudi Krause of BDK Attorneys said he had "no idea" why the decision had not been made. 

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