�Batlokwa responsible for own demise

Some of the gifts that Khama came bearing to Batlokwa yesterday. PIC KEBOFHE MATHE
Some of the gifts that Khama came bearing to Batlokwa yesterday. PIC KEBOFHE MATHE

TLOKWENG: Despite the shortage of land, Batlokwa continue to sell their plots in large numbers to people not originally from Tlokweng. Over 800 plots have already been sold in the last four years, a trend that does not only worry the village leadership but also President Ian Khama.

Addressing a Kgotla meeting in the village yesterday Khama admitted that there is serious shortage of land in the village but apportioned blame to some residents for their own demise.

 Khama said according to the number of land transactions that took place between 2010 and last year, a total of 843 were transferred from Batlokwa residents to non-residents.

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