Power struggle to rule the Bakgatla

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It was under Pilane that the Bakgatla amassed its wealth, which includes stakes in at least three mining operations, the manufacturing sector and tourism. Photo: Bakgatla ba Kgalefa / Facebook
It was under Pilane that the Bakgatla amassed its wealth, which includes stakes in at least three mining operations, the manufacturing sector and tourism. Photo: Bakgatla ba Kgalefa / Facebook

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Those against the recognition of Chief Kgafela Kgafela II of the Bakgatla ba Kgafela in Botswana as the senior traditional leader of the tribe that straddles Botswana and South Africa, and affirmed in the report of the Baloyi commission of inquiry into the chieftaincy dispute as having the power to decide who is appointed the chief in Moruleng, have now launched a legal challenge on the findings of the very same report.

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