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Joshua Matlou is a mayor who doesn't like to see trouble in his Greater Letaba municipality in Limpopo.
That's why he rescued Jonathan Selomo from the clutches of the self-proclaimed king of Kwasa Kwasa, Steven Sefofa.
Sefofoa had successfully sued Selomo and Selomo's assets were to have gone under the hammer on September 3.
But Matlou intervened and the two musicians smoked a peace pipe .
He told Sowetan yesterday it was embarrassing that the musicians were dragging each other's name through the mud.
"I became concerned when I saw the story in Sowetan about the two not seeing eye to eye," Matlou said.
"I immediately thought I should intervene to ensure that sanity prevailed."
He said he was happy that Sefofa had forgiven Selomo for stealing his backing dancers.
"I think it would be good for them to mend their ways and start all over again."
Sefofa said he had forgiven Selomo and that the auction to sell his goods would not take place.
Selomo confirmed that he had wronged Sefofa and that he had asked him to forgive him.