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AMBITIOUS: Letsholo

For a man well steeped in public relations, Thapelo Letsholo is surprisingly coy about discussing himself.

When we pitch for an interview he insists he could only give it on condition that focus will not be on himself but rather on the things that he is doing for his constituency.

“Covid-19 set back my program for the constituency a great deal. At the core of that program was creating partnerships with the private sector to help the community. When the pandemic set in, the private sector like everybody else froze all their plans. I need a bit more time to finish my program and for that r...

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