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Farms Sold

Eastern Cape

East London

• Farm 1105 (71ha) and Farm 1106 (28ha) sold by Denville Tarr Family Investment Trust to Lilly Valley Trust for R3,5 million.

Port Elizabeth

• Cragga Kamma (2,6ha) sold by Heather Muniz to Michael Young for R2 million.

Uitenhage

• Witteklip (8,2ha) sold by Bezuidenhout Partners to Kilian Partners for R1 million.

• Vaalefontein (66h) sold by Melou Trust to John Skinner for R5 million.

• Zwartkops River Waagens Drift (3,4ha) sold by Scheun Partners to Appolis Partners for R1,5 million.

Wodehouse

• Hartebeestvlei (1 126ha) sold by Riverwalk Farming to Stephanus Greyling for R7 million.

Free State

Bloemfontein

• Stafford (5,1ha) sold by Adrian’s Agency Toerusting Trust to Gorgens Partners for R1,7 million.

• Hope Valley (8,5ha) sold by BSB Besigheidstrust to Boitumelo Trust for R600 000.

• Beam Ends (4,3ha) sold by Zelda Strohm to Jakobus

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