Mvianga claim to Bafokeng throne hinges on highly anticipated paternity results

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Gladwin Koketso Mvianga anxiously awaits paternity results. Photo: File
Gladwin Koketso Mvianga anxiously awaits paternity results. Photo: File

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It’s just a matter 14 days before Gladwin Koketso Mvianga (26) will know if he has a rightful to claim the Bafokeng chieftaincy.

Mvianga launched his claim to the platinum-rich North West tribe last year through his lawyers. He claimed that he was the only son of the late Mollwane Boikanyo Molotlegi (Kgosi Lebone II), who died in 2000. Lebone II’s brother, Leruo Molotlegi, was installed as king because Mvianga was never recognised as a member of the royal family.

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