Elderly evictees don’t want ‘rat infested’ temporary shelter as old age home application drags on

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The two women, Katherine Griesel (61) and Catherine Racmojar (59), are part of a group of five people who were issued with an eviction order to vacate their Cosmic Court premises in Robertsham, Johannesburg, within three months.
The two women, Katherine Griesel (61) and Catherine Racmojar (59), are part of a group of five people who were issued with an eviction order to vacate their Cosmic Court premises in Robertsham, Johannesburg, within three months.

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