Court rules against Masisi’s sister

Olebile Pilane PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Olebile Pilane PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

The High Court has dismissed an application in which President Mokgweetsi Masisi’s sister, Boitumelo Mmutle-Phadi had sought an exception in the matter in which her nephew dragged her and others before court over a tender worth P549.6 million.

Mmutle-Phadi, had asked the court to throw out the matter arguing that the nephew could not claim loss of damages as a shareholder because the company had not made profit.

On the contrary, the court said rather that the claim is purely for damages suffered as a result of the alleged unlawful taking and deprivation of his share held in the 1st defendant.

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