Police teargas land seekers

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LETLHAKANE: Police and hungry land seekers traded blows last week as a desperate five-year wait for plot allocation in the area boiled over into uncontrollable chaos.

Throngs of villagers had gathered at the Letlhakane Sub-Land Board premises on Friday to apply for residential plots, with some saying the last time the land authority accepted applications was five years ago.

Residents who travelled through the night to the venue to enhance their chances of success, soon grew irate at what they termed ‘tardy’ service by the Sub-Land Board officials.

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