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Maputo  — Mozambique’s attorney-general on Monday withdrew appeals to have the country’s former finance minister, Manuel Chang,  sent home from SA, where he is in custody over a $2bn debt scandal.

Both the US and Mozambique want South Africa to extradite Manuel Chang to face charges related to financial crimes. He has  been in custody in Johannesburg for more than a year since his arrest on US charges. Chang has  denied any wrongdoing and  wants to face charges in Mozambique. His government filed a competing extradition request shortly after the US did...

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