Builders of Jika Joe flats now armed with interdict to block illegal invasions

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The Jika Joe flats under construction.
The Jika Joe flats under construction.
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The construction company involved in the Jika Joe housing project is now armed with an interdict to prevent any illegal invasions from taking place.

In addition, the Pietermaritzburg high court on Tuesday granted an order requesting the station commander of the Loop Street police station to act promptly and take reasonably necessary steps to ensure that trespassing does not take place at the site.

The station commander also has to assist the sheriff remove anybody who is illegally on the property at 48 Fitsimmons Road.

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