Kgalajwe�s last glance at the mayoral seat


As he approaches the end of his two-year term of office in Francistown’ mayoral robes, James Kgalajwe reminisces on his ascension to become the city’s first citizen and his view from the top. He speaks to Mmegi Correspondent, PINI BOTHOKO

James Kgalajwe ascended to the mayoral seat after his predecessor, Ephraim Maiketso, suffered a vote of no confidence, which was upheld by the Francistown High Court.

At his office this week, Kgalajwe described to Mmegi how overwhelmed he was at being chosen as mayor of the city and achieving his dreams in the process.

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