Parliamentary village stalls, with government and land owner caught in R130 million deadlock

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In 2007, the Mpumalanga government bought the prime development land from the community for a token R1 to build the Mbombela Stadium, but the sale was quickly halted when some of the beneficiaries went to the Pretoria High Court to interdict what they called daylight robbery. Picture: Great Stock / Barcroft Media / Getty Images
In 2007, the Mpumalanga government bought the prime development land from the community for a token R1 to build the Mbombela Stadium, but the sale was quickly halted when some of the beneficiaries went to the Pretoria High Court to interdict what they called daylight robbery. Picture: Great Stock / Barcroft Media / Getty Images

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