Re­spon­dents born from our father’s girl­friend – Gus­tah Mthethwa

Observer on Saturday - - News -

In her found­ing af­fi­davit, Maida Gus­tah Mthethwa sub­mit­ted that the re­spon­dents are not re­lated to them as they are chil­dren to their father’s girl­friend.

She sub­mit­ted that her father’s girl­friend Lily Vele­pho Khoza who is also late dur­ing her af­fair with their father had al­ready three older chil­dren in the three re­spon­dents.

She stated that the late Khoza was not mar­ried to their father but was merely brought in to the as­so­ci­a­tion to con­tinue with the sug­ar­cane project since both their (ap­pli­cants) par­ents had died and she (Maidah) was in South Africa too. “Dur­ing this pe­riod, the late Khoza forged doc­u­ments my father Bernard Mthethwa, which and al­leged that she was mar­ried to is in­cor­rect and she claimed to be the right­ful per­son to the es­tate of my late father, how­ever the fourth re­spon­dent knows that I am the suc­ces­sor,” she al­leged. She told the court that the late Khoza and the re­spon­dents al­legedly fur­ther forged other doc­u­ments in pos­ses­sion of the Mas­ter of the High Court and thus the of­fice is bet­ter suited to at­tend to the mat­ter ur­gently. She sub­mit­ted that the mat­ter was ur­gent be­cause the pro­ceeds from the sug­ar­cane quota right­fully be­longed to them and not the first re­spon­dent adding that once pay­ment is re­ceived by the first re­spon­dent, she will def­i­nitely utilise it in what­ever way she deems ap­pro­pri­ate to the fi­nan­cial prej­u­dice of them as ap­pli­cants, a sit­u­a­tion they are try­ing to cur­tail by bring­ing the present pro­ceed­ings be­fore court.

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