Kweneng Clears Land Policy Confusion

Kweneng Land Board has cleared the confusion around its land policy that they recently shared on their Facebook page.

Contrary to the land policy amended by Parliament in 2019 to allow for those who acquired land through their own means or inheritance the right to apply for land allocation, the new policy recently shared still reflects that it prohibits such individuals allocation of residential plots. This brought about confusion amongst Batswana.

Quizzed over the recent Facebook post that somewhat turns a blind eye on the amendment of the Tribal Land Act by Parliament, Kweneng Land Board’s principal public relations officer, Prudence Lekhutlile said though they have shared the policy on their Facebook page that holds policies from the old Act, they do use the amended Act when allocating plots.

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