Winnie Madikizela-Mandela is continuing her claim of ownership of ex-husband Nelson Mandela's Qunu home, in the Eastern Cape.
QUNU, Eastern Cape - Members of the AbaThembu nation are expected to gather at the Mandela family home in Qunu Friday.
The failure has prompted her to accuse the country&39;s Deputy Chief Justice and the Eastern Cape Judge President are undermining the law and being biased towards her.
Madikizela-Mandela is currently fighting to gain control of Madiba&39;s Qunu property, which she says belongs to her.
Dikgang Moseneke and Themba Sangoni are two of the three executors of Madiba&39;s estate opposing Madikizela-Mandela&39;s bid to gain control of the Qunu home.
The struggle stalwart claims Sangoni appears to be working behind the scenes to sabotage her attempt to stop a meeting called by Mandla Mandela. Her court application was struck off the roll.
Relations between Moseneke and Madikizela-Mandela have not always been strained; the deputy chief justice represented her, at Madiba&39;s request, during the Stompie Seipei murder trial.