Khama fights for his belongings

Anthony Khama
Anthony Khama

Anthony Khama’s relentless fight to get his personal property back following confiscation by State in October last year has finally reached the Court of Appeal.

Khama, the brother to former president, Ian Khama had his property including a rifle, which used to belong to Kgosi Sekgoma and personal laptops taken by the Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS).

In his latest filing at the CoA, Khama wants his property returned to him arguing that the search warrant used against him was not in effect therefore, it was unlawful.

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