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