Mokalake warns landboard members against corruption

Minister of lands and Housing Lebonaamang Mokalake
Minister of lands and Housing Lebonaamang Mokalake

Lands and Housing Minister, Lebonaamang Mokalake has warned landboard members to steer clear of corruption and the perception of it in the execution of their duties.

Mokalake said this yesterday the induction of more than 170 new members from seven landboard in the southern part of the country.

The minister said landboardmembers should be vigilant as they could be approached by unscrupulous land-seekers. “You endorse it (corruption) because it is not from within the landboard,” he said.

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