Maiketso ponders next move after court loss

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FRANCISTOWN: Former Francistown mayor, Ephraim Maiketso, has disclosed that he is yet to decide whether to appeal a High Court ruling in his case against the Francistown City Council (FCC) and his successor as mayor, James Kgalajwe.

Judge Zibani Makwade last Friday dismissed with costs a case in which the former mayor was seeking condonation for his reinstatement case to be heard out of time. 

“The judge reserved the reasons for his ruling and said that he will avail them at a later date. Once I have been furnished with the reasons for the ruling, I will consider if it is viable to appeal the ruling or not, based on the advice I will receive from my lawyers.

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