Court order ignored, shacks go up on wine farm again, WC

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Court order ignored, shacks go up on wine farm again, WC. Photo: Die Vryburger
Court order ignored, shacks go up on wine farm again, WC. Photo: Die Vryburger

Squatters began rebuilding their huts in a wine farm after a court order was obtained against their actions.

The squatters built huts on Watergang last week that is part of the Louisenhof wine estate.

The invaders appear to be the ANC Youth League, which states that there should be no waiting for the summary of the Joint Constitutional Review Committee’s report on expropriation.

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