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Botswana to deport gay-bashing US pastor Steven Anderson

Homophobic US Pastor Steven Anderson is in the process of being deported from Botswana, after state officials declared him prohibited person in the country.

This comes after Anderson was barred from entering South Africa and the United Kingdom over his controversial comments.

Anderson made headlines last week after calling Archbishop Desmond Tutu perverted for his stance on equality and gay rights.

Botswana's government has yet to give specific reasons for deporting Anderson.

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Home Affairs not prepared to entertain US gay-bashing pastor

Home Affairs not prepared to entertain US gay-bashing pastor

The pastor's homophobic teachings have sparked outrage from members of the LGBTI community.

[LISTEN] Can anti-gay pastor Steven Anderson be stopped from entering SA?

[LISTEN] Can anti-gay pastor Steven Anderson be stopped from entering SA?

In a YouTube video, Anderson can be seen accusing Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba of being a “wicked sinner” for threatening to impose strict conditions on his activities, when he visits South Africa later this month.

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Steven Anderson has criticised the minister for threatening to bar him from entering the country.

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Steven Anderson has right to appeal Home Affairs decision - legal expert

Department of Home Affairs has denied the American pastor entry into South Africa over his homophobic comments.

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Controversial American pastor Steven Anderson is expected to visit the country soon.

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Caller condemns Malusi Gigaba for banning 'the man of God' Pastor Anderson

Caller says she is disappointed by the Minister of Home Affairs's decision to ban Pastor Steve Anderson from entering SA.

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Gay-bashing US pastor banned from entering SA

Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba announced that controversial American pastor Steven Anderson won't be visiting SA as planned.

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US pastor calls Archbishop Tutu 'perverted' over pro-gay views

Ahead of his visit to SA, Pastor Steven Anderson reiterated his position on homosexuality and religious leaders who support it.

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