A landslide disaster

A landslide disaster

Mossel Bay homeowners sue authorities over wrecked homes.

Sixty-two owners of properties in what used to be upmarket residential developments in Mossel Bay will soon be heading to court, claiming R200 million in damages from the Premier of the Western Cape and from the Mossel Bay Municipality. A third respondent is the National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC)

In September 2016 the Mossel Bay Municipality told residents of Seemeeupark, Seemeeuvlug and Tuscan Village in Hartenbos that they had seven days to evacuate their properties after huge cracks had started to appear in buildings and roads in the area the previous year.

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Submitted by : Heather on 2019-04-27 17:03:41
Seems to me the Developer is the one who should face the lawsuits.


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