Chiefs factions seek out-of-court settlement

Chiefs have been asked to sort their differences outside court
Chiefs have been asked to sort their differences outside court

LOBATSE: High court judge, Justice Tebogo Tau yesterday instructed warring Mochudi Centre Chiefs (MCC) factions to resolve their administration scuffles outside court.

Two Chiefs administration committees, a sporting club and a Trust are battling for control of the team.

Ramocha Tsieng, Kitso Mosweng, Daniel Mampane and Maribe Moje on behalf of Mochudi Centre Chiefs Sporting Club as applicants in the case, dragged Mochudi Centre Chiefs Trust consisting of Raymond Tsheko, Ernest Molome, Clifford Mogomotsi and Lebogang Seboni to court claiming to be the rightful committee credible to run the club.

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