Heated R648K papgeld drama

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Stokvels can be much more profitable and spur economic growth in ways not currently happening. Picture: iStock
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The niece of a former Cabinet minister and ANC stalwart has taken businessperson Raisaka Masebelanga to court to force him to pay papgeld.

The applicant, who cannot be named to protect the identity of her son, previously worked for the ANC and in media circles.

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