UPDATE: Former Mozambican Finance Minister court case postponed

Manuel Chang is allegedly involved in financial crimes totaling R28-billion. Courtesy #Dstv403

 

File: Mozambique's Finance Minister Manuel Chang speaks at a press conference of African ministers at the IMF/World Bank Annual Spring Meetings in Washington.

AFP

JOHANNESBURG - Former Mozambican Finance Minister Manuel Chang's court case has been postponed to Wednesday.

Chang briefly appeared in the Kempton Park Magistrate's court on Tuesday in connection with a fraud scheme amounting to $2-billion (R28-billion).

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Chang was arrested at OR Tambo International airport recently.

Mozambican nationals were picketing outside the court.

The picketers were demanding that he pay back the money involved in financial crimes.

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