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JUDGE DESCRIBES KHAYELITSHA LAND INVADER’S COURT BID AS ‘UNUSUAL’

FILE: Economic Freedom Fighters protest the eviction of settlers from parastatal Denel's land near Nolungile Station in Khayelitsha outside the Western Cape High Court. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN

22 April 2015

Hundreds of land invaders were violently evicted from property owned Denel two weeks ago.


FILE: Economic Freedom Fighters protest the eviction of settlers from parastatal Denel's land near Nolungile Station in Khayelitsha outside the Western Cape High Court. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN

FILE: Economic Freedom Fighters protest the eviction of settlers from parastatal Denel’s land near Nolungile Station in Khayelitsha outside the Western Cape High Court. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN

By Xolani Koyana

CAPE TOWN – A Western Cape High Court judge has described an application by a group of Khayelitsha land invaders, who want to return to property they illegally occupied, as unusual.

Hundreds of land invaders were violently evicted from property owned by arms company, Denel, two weeks ago.

Denel approached the court to prevent further invasions.

Read the full article from Eye Witness News.

 

 

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