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Another Limpopo traditional leader has exposed how Premier Stanley Mathabatha dethroned him even though he had applied for a Polokwane High Court interdict against his decision to recognise another chief. Photo: File
Another Limpopo traditional leader has exposed how Premier Stanley Mathabatha dethroned him even though he had applied for a Polokwane High Court interdict against his decision to recognise another chief. Photo: File

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Mathabatha gave a certificate of recognition as senior traditional leader or chief to Masenyane Baloyi of the Khakhala Traditional Council on March 10 2021 and disregarded the fact that Hosi Mkhacani Shiviti of the Shiviti Traditional Council had already applied for an interdict in the Polokwane High Court to stop him.

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