As Parliament heard further submissions on land
expropriation on Thursday, the Western Cape High Court gave a small reprieve to
a group of alleged illegal occupants of privately-owned land in Stellenbosch.
This, after the court postponed the case for more than a
month, which means that any order for their eviction from the land, now renamed
Azania, won't be made just yet.
The parties agreed to the postponement and to a timeline,
which sets out when lawyers representing the land owners, the Stellenbosch
municipality, the police, and the alleged illegal occupiers should hand in
their papers ahead of the hearing of the eviction application.
The land owners' advocate Lawrie Wilken told Cape Judge...
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