High Court endorses Red Cross AGM

Letlole chatting with his client Makosha
Letlole chatting with his client Makosha

Gaborone High Court has dismissed a case in which a member of the Botswana Red Cross had taken their Society to court demanding it to suspend its Annual General Meeting (AGM).

The case, which was brought on urgency, was heard on Wednesday before Justice Michael Mothobi. 

The AGM will be held this weekend in Gaborone and is expected among other things to elect a new national executive council.

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