CKGR burial case to be heard this month

Pitseng Gaoberekwe
Pitseng Gaoberekwe

The case in which the family of the deceased Pitseng Gaoberekwe is fighting for their late father to be buried at the CKGR will be heard on November 22 at the Court of Appeal.

Gaoberekwe's remains have been lying in the mortuary since mid-December 2021 pending the finalisation of the court matter. The family had lost the case at the High Court hence the appeal.

The deceased’s family currently residing in New Xade had informed the court that their father’s last wish was for him to be buried at CKGR [Central Kalahari Game Reserve] rather than New Xade stating that he had lived his entire life at the reserve.

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