Judgment reserved in Tlokweng land allocation case

Batloka during one of their court appearances.
Batloka during one of their court appearances.

High Court judge, Justice Michael Mothobi has reserved judgment to an unspecified date in a case in which the Tlokweng Landboard is appealing a Land Tribunal judgment where 17 applicants are challenging the allocation of 285 plots in the village.

The appeal comes after the Land Tribunal ordered the landboard to offer the applicants an audience and re-consider the allocation, which was conducted through a hotly contested raffle system.

During the heads of argument yesterday at the High Court, the landboard lawyer, Unoda Mack argued that the Land Tribunal had no powers presiding over the matter in the first place.

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