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No more free land in Maun


37 207 applications on the waiting list Landboard ready to allocate 13 plots

After a five -year break in land allocation in Maun, Tawana Landboard has only secured 13 residential plots to allocate this coming financial year, 2020/21.

The landboard chairperson, Immanuel Dube has confirmed that out of the 37 207 applications on waiting list, only 13 will be allocated plots as Maun does not have any more free land for residential purposes.

“Free land is no longer available in Maun,” Dube said.

The chair further explained that the problem that the landboard was facing is that those wi...

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