‘Injustice’ leaves woman homeless

Senanao Mosweunyane
Senanao Mosweunyane

TSOLAMOSESE: After years of trying to recover her plot from a neighbour who drove her out of her home of 30 years, Senanao Mosweunyane has thrown in the towel. She feels the wheels of justice have failed her.

The 58-year-old, who is now out in the cold and renting a one-roomed house, is living on Ipelegeng after losing her house, including most of her furniture and tuckshop because of her greedy neighbour. She has been  from pillar to post with the courts in an attempt to get help; all to no avail.

“After being told to appeal when I was not happy with the judgment in my case last year, my life has been a nightmare. I was called to High Court where I was told that my case resumed, but I was disappointed when I was asked to bring some court proceedings from the previous case at the Magistrate’s Court. I have since been going up and down the courts where I was tossed around like a crazy person with no help,” she said.

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