The order was granted on Tuesday in favour of the Theewaterskloof municipality. The residents did not file replying papers.
Theewaterskloof municipality concluded a deed of sale with Crimson King Properties on September, 28, 2018 but this move apparently infuriated the group.
According to papers the land is earmarked for the development of housing and would enable the municipality to provide much needed low cost housing opportunities.
Gerrit Matthee, the municipal manager at the Theewaterskloof municipality, explained in his founding affidavit that the area had been plagued by protest action which led to the closure of schools, the N2 highway and the basic shutdown of the town.