Limpopo factions could derail R150bn project

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Factions within a community in Limpopo are pulling in different directions, causing alarm that a R150 billion investment may be in jeopardy.

The Mulabwane Communal Property Association (CPA) owns 8 000 hectares of land for which the Limpopo Economic Development Agency (Leda) has signed a 130-year lease for the establishment of the Musina-Makhado Special Economic Zone (SEZ).

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