Late father’s girl­friend ac­cused of un­law­fully ex­e­cut­ing de­ceased’s last will

Observer on Saturday - - News -

As part of their case, the ap­pli­cants sub­mit­ted that the late father’s girl­friend Vele­phi Khoza pur­ported to ex­e­cute their late father’s last will and tes­ta­ment.

The first ap­pli­cant in her af­fi­davit sub­mit­ted that as a mat­ter of fact, Khoza in her life­time, be­queathed prop­erty in­clud­ing live­stock from their late father’s es­tate.

In ac­tual fact the first ap­pli­cant sub­mit­ted that the late Khoza pur­ported to leave prop­erty that did not be­long to her at all to the re­spon­dents and more so be­cause she was never at any stage mar­ried to their father ar­gu­ing that her late father had only cho­sen her (first ap­pli­cant) as suc­ces­sor to him over the farm at Vu­vu­lane.

“Be­cause of the last will and tes­ta­ment, the first re­spon­dent now ap­pears as the ben­e­fi­ciary to the pay out from the sugar cane pro­duc­tion and yet she does not con­tribute a cent towards its pro­duc­tion and grow­ing.

The ap­pli­cants stated that it is only them that are re­spon­si­ble for the pro­duc­tion of the sug­ar­cane at the farm in­sist­ing that the late Khoza and the re­spon­dents al­legedly forged doc­u­ments which are now in the pos­ses­sion of the Mas­ter of the High Court.

The re­spon­dents have not yet filed their pa­pers in the mat­ter that is still pend­ing at the High Court as re­turn­able on Oc­to­ber 26.

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