SIBLINGS TAKE THREE ‘STRANGERS’ TO COURT OVER SUGAR CANE QUOTA
They have filed urgent application at the High Court seeking an order interdicting, retraining RSSC from paying out to their step sister the amount due for sugar cane quota in respect of their late father’s Vuvulane Farm
Three siblings have taken three ‘strangers’ to court over the estate of their father with the priority matter being sugarcane quota payments from the Royal Swaziland Sugar Association (RSSC) for their late father’s Farm at Vuvulane.
The three Maidah Gustah Mthethwa (first applicant) Samson and James Mthethwa (second and third applicants) have dragged their three step siblings from a different mother to court over the matter.
Thethree‘strangers‘whohavebeen cited as respondents in the matter are Thembelihle Mabuza (born Mamba), Dumsile and Thandukwazi Mabuza.
According to the notice of motion filed in their papers, they are seeking an order for a rule nisi operating with immediate effect calling upon the respondents to appear before court and show cause why an order of court should not be made final in the following terms.
Firstly, that pending finalisation of thematterbeforecourt,thefifthrespondent (RSSC) be forth with interdicted, restrained from paying out to the first respondent (Thembelihle) the amount due for the sugar cane quota in the respective Farm No SF 078A at Vuvulane.
Alternatively that pending the finalisation of the matter before court, payment of the sugarcane quota be made to the office of the Master of the High Court of Eswatini by RSSC.
Further they sought an order that the issue of inheritance of the Vuvulane Farm be referred to the office of the Master of the High Court for deliberations. Represented by lawyer Osborne Nzima, their application was brought under a certificate of urgency before Justice Nkosinathi Maseko yesterday morning.
There being no appearance, Judge Maseko issued an order in terms of the above and the ordered that the matter is returnable on October 26.