Johannes Arries, the Fort Beaufort man who lost his home under
suspicious circumstances, may soon see some justice if the case hes
filed at the Grahamstown High Court pans out.
In January, Johannes and his wife Mabel filed a civil case through
Grahamstown-based attorneys Neville Borman & Botha, requesting the
high court to set aside the attachment and sale of their home (nose97).
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