‘Dead man’ demands back disputed P28m Tuli land

The farm was acquired in November 2018 and developments started in December 2018 PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
The farm was acquired in November 2018 and developments started in December 2018 PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

A case in which three Batswana are challenging the sale of a lucrative 1,713 hectare farm valued at P28 million, which includes farming business called Vegiblock (Pty) Ltd, has taken a new twist with yet another party requesting to join the matter.

It has since emerged that a dead man who owned the farm before it was 'donated' by his widow wants it back through the Executioner of his estate. They are challenging the alleged donation of the farm to the current seller who is on the verge of pocketing P28 million.

The initial case

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