One man, one beast for Kgafela

Kgafela Kgafela
Kgafela Kgafela

Bakgatla have resolved to donate cattle, small stock and agricultural produce for fundraising to support their fugitive paramount chief, Kgosi Kgafela II who has been in South Africa for more than two years.

At a kgotla meeting on Saturday, tribesmen said they feared the paramount chief and his heir, Matshego, were starving to death in South Africa as the petition asking President Ian Khama to drop his legal charges, goes unanswered.

Scores of Bakgatla delivered the petition in June demanding that Khama drop a slew of charges against Kgafela, who relocated to South Africa shortly after government derecognised him in 2012.

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