Syndicate members in court overpiece of land

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Members of a syndicate called Baitiki have been squaring up in court over a piece of land in the Kweneng area following both parties claiming rights to it and wanting to evict each other.

The Kweneng Land Board allocated the farm, which is at Moretshwane, to the eight-member Baitiki Syndicate in 1981 and it is now at the centre of court battle.

The applicants, Ntwaetsile Tiro, Charles Mapitse, Andrew Kolobe, and Oratile Tau have taken other members of the syndicate Nikerson Tau, Kobedi Seribe, Alfred Baikakedi and Tshimologo Bolele to court seeking to evict them from the farm.

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