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Esidakeni Farm Wrangle: Supreme Court Upholds Order To Evict Obert Mpofu

1 year agoMon, 11 Jul 2022 17:05:02 GMT
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Esidakeni Farm Wrangle: Supreme Court Upholds Order To Evict Obert Mpofu

The Supreme Court has upheld a High court order which evicts former Mines Minister Obert Mpofu from Keshelmar Farm, also known as Esidakeni Farm in Nyamandlovu, Matabeleland North province which he had invaded without “due process.”

The farm is part-owned by rights lawyer Siphosami Malunga, the son of the late PF ZAPU stalwart and national hero, Sydney Malunga.

Malunga, Charles Moyo and Zephania Dhlamini argued in court papers that they bought the farm from white former owners in 2017.

Mpofu was allocated 145 hectares of Esidakeni Farm, measuring 553 hectares in the name of his company Mswelangubo.

The trio challenged the acquisition of their farm.

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The farm invasion attracted criticism even from Mpofu’s colleagues in the ruling party including ZANU PF spokesperson Christopher Mutsvangwa who said the move was unacceptable.

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