Cape Town - Cape Flats pastor Oscar Bougardt said he watched as immigration authorities led “kill-the-gays” Pastor Steven Anderson out of the country at a Botswana airport on Tuesday.
Bougardt was invited by Anderson to the neighbouring country this week after the latter was banned from entering South Africa last week by Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gibaga due to his hate speech.
This following an outcry by the LGBTI community and the SA Human Rights Commission together with an online petition.
Anderson of the Faithful Word Baptist church and 20 of his flock arrived in Botswana on a “soul winning” campaign last Thursday.
Bougardt, of the Calvary Hope Ministries in Strandfontein, who was previously sued for R1 million for preaching against homosexuality, offered the controversial American accommodation in Cape Town after a local hotel cancelled his reservation.