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Card image 10 January 2020 Farmer's Weekly

Court case to lift ban on auctions to be heard on Tuesday

A court application filed by two auction companies, a co-operative, a commercial farmer and a group of 50 emerging farmers to lift the national ban on auctions will be heard in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on 14 January.

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