03 May 2015
By Sizwe Sama Yende
It is a balmy Saturday morning in Phuthaditjhaba, a town in the Free State near the Lesotho border.
Groups of mostly elderly men and women with blankets draped around their shoulders trudge up the steps into Charles Mopeli Stadium towards three buses parked on the grounds.
Over the next few months, these mobile offices will travel from town to town to help people who missed the chance to lodge land-restitution claims before the December 31 1998 cut-off date.
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