LAPCAS moves at snail�s pace

Maele
Maele

The Land Administration Procedures Capacity and Systems (LAPCAS) project is inching forward at a snail’s pace, despite the looming July 2016 deadline.

Lands and Housing Minister, Prince Maele said the project, which entails the survey and registration of all land parcels in the country, was encountering resistance from landowners who are unwilling to come forward to confirm their holdings.

Maele told Parliament last week that LAPCAS has thus far surveyed 235,187 plots with 67,728 owners coming forward to confirm ownership. “However, the major challenge continues to be reluctance by some land holders to come forth and confirm ownership of their land, especially in Kweneng District,” he said.

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