Pilikwe radiation case finally in court

Dr Sebusang
Dr Sebusang

Pilikwe residents who for years have been involved in a bitter wrangle with government over its decision to build a radiation facility in their village will finally have their day in court on November 5.

Justice Modiri Letsididi instructed the parties on Thursday to have filed heads of argument by October 24, latest 31 and to be ready to argue their matter on November 5.

“For the sake of moving this case forward I expect all to have filed their papers and those who fail to do so will still have until October 31 and from there the case will proceed without any excuses on Nov 5,” he said.

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