Kweneng Landboard, a response

Mogoditshane Land Board offices aerial view
Mogoditshane Land Board offices aerial view

A number of media houses have carried stories on the performance of the Mogoditshane Sub-landboard as seen by the former chairperson of the same board, Richard Moleofhe. Most of the assertions made are not just misleading but also unfounded and Kweneng Landboard has found the need to respond and set the record straight.

Kweneng Landboard has seven subordinate landboards including Mogoditshane.  We would like to state that contrary to what is claimed; Mogoditshane is the better staffed subordinate landboard as compared to the other six (6) sub-landboards.

A number of staff members were pulled from other sub-landboards and the main landboard to reinforce staffing of the station.

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