Forum furore as BMF member wants to go to court, but organisation denies knowing why

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Nomlala told City Press that they had received court papers, but were “not certain what information has been sent to you. Photo: File
Nomlala told City Press that they had received court papers, but were “not certain what information has been sent to you. Photo: File

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This is the second time that the organisation, under the presidency of Andile Nomlala has been dragged to court by its members.

Last year, the BMF was taken to court by Hlonelwa Nkomo over its decision to dissolve its Bloemfontein branch.

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