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Boko and Pilane clash over corpse

*Gaoberekwe’s body still lying at Gantsi hospital mortuary

WATCH: Former political adversaries, Advocate Duma Boko and Advocate Sidney Pilane this week renewed their rivalry before the Court of Appeal, in a long standing argument over the fate of a dead man- Pitseng Gaoberekwe, whose corpse has been lying at Gantsi Hospital Mortuary since last year.

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  1. Gotshelaone setongwane

    26/11/2022 at 14:49

    I think is not humanity why don’t he buried in ckgr if others were buried there,oh it’s really sucks fighting but no solution

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