Who OWNS the BIG MALL development nea...

Who OWNS the BIG MALL development near CTC?

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“Sebonomoea”

Since: Jul 08

Khubetsoana

#1 Jul 14, 2008
Who and where do they get this huge sums of money to develop the mall.

We hope we wont be given a mock reply like the one we received about the true owner of Blue Mountain Inn.

Its high time all parliamentarians to declare their financial standings before they take oath.
odds

South Africa

#2 Jul 15, 2008
Sebono Moea wrote:
Who and where do they get this huge sums of money to develop the mall.
We hope we wont be given a mock reply like the one we received about the true owner of Blue Mountain Inn.
Its high time all parliamentarians to declare their financial standings before they take oath.
reliable source says its Mr. Mpho Malie and Koanya Makhele.

Since: Jul 08

Maseru, Lesotho

#3 Jul 15, 2008
hee le sa liratile litaba its none of ur freaking business, take it as an opportunity for jobs and growth ka hara naha ka mona

“Sera sa motho ke tlala”

Since: Aug 07

Maphutseng Ha Morena Makhabane

#4 Jul 15, 2008
Sebono Moea wrote:
Who and where do they get this huge sums of money to develop the mall.
We hope we wont be given a mock reply like the one we received about the true owner of Blue Mountain Inn.
Its high time all parliamentarians to declare their financial standings before they take oath.
I agree with you, all MPs and ministers must declare their private business involvement. For accountability sake.
Nete-e-mokoka

South Africa

#5 Jul 15, 2008
Thabo Lesholu wrote:
<quoted text>I agree with you, all MPs and ministers must declare their private business involvement. For accountability sake.
Agreed. But what do MPs and ministers interests have to do with the mall?

“Sera sa motho ke tlala”

Since: Aug 07

Maphutseng Ha Morena Makhabane

#7 Jul 15, 2008
Nete-e-mokoka wrote:
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Agreed. But what do MPs and ministers interests have to do with the mall?
I am just agreeing to declaring of assets. I dont now anything about the mall.

“Sebonomoea”

Since: Jul 08

Khubetsoana

#8 Jul 15, 2008
Provacable wrote:
hee le sa liratile litaba its none of ur freaking business, take it as an opportunity for jobs and growth ka hara naha ka mona
How can u say its none of our business my dear?Im not saying its being constracted in a corrupt way, but what if this is ur money?Come on job creation, the best, but how is a concern. Wake up dude
Mme re Jang

South Africa

#9 Jul 15, 2008
Sebono Moea wrote:
<quoted text>How can u say its none of our business my dear?Im not saying its being constracted in a corrupt way, but what if this is ur money?Come on job creation, the best, but how is a concern. Wake up dude
Where is CTC?
Tloeperenyoepe

South Africa

#10 Jul 15, 2008
Sebono Moea wrote:
<quoted text>How can u say its none of our business my dear?Im not saying its being constracted in a corrupt way, but what if this is ur money?Come on job creation, the best, but how is a concern. Wake up dude
I do'nt realy have my facts correct on this one, but ke utloile hohlahella MacSteel kae-kae hona moo, empa hee I fully agree with the declaration of assets and interest by all who are in government high position.

“Sera sa motho ke tlala”

Since: Aug 07

Maphutseng Ha Morena Makhabane

#11 Jul 15, 2008
Nete-e-mokoka wrote:
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Agreed. But what do MPs and ministers interests have to do with the mall?
Accumuluation of wealth ea ntate Malie is a mystery to me. uena oe bona joang? how can a public servant accumulate so much wealth? I have been to his B&B, its not cheap at all.

“Sebonomoea”

Since: Jul 08

Khubetsoana

#12 Jul 15, 2008
Tloeperenyoepe wrote:
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I do'nt realy have my facts correct on this one, but ke utloile hohlahella MacSteel kae-kae hona moo, empa hee I fully agree with the declaration of assets and interest by all who are in government high position.
Correct, declaration of interests is a way forward, re tsebe ho se supa supi babusi ka monoana. To develop a mall needs millions and looking at goverment salaries u doubt that eg a prime minister can afford one.

Since: Jul 08

Maseru, Lesotho

#13 Jul 15, 2008
Sebono Moea wrote:
<quoted text>How can u say its none of our business my dear?Im not saying its being constracted in a corrupt way, but what if this is ur money?Come on job creation, the best, but how is a concern. Wake up dude
im just trying to say sometimes u need to think things in a most positive way, i know that we have been the saddest nation for a while now but then sometimes when things r done to hurt us we just have to react positively in that way it will just backfire... ha re tloheleng ho lula re le pelo li bohloko it just adds wrinkles to our fine faces
Tloeperenyoepe

South Africa

#14 Jul 15, 2008
Sebono Moea wrote:
Who and where do they get this huge sums of money to develop the mall.
We hope we wont be given a mock reply like the one we received about the true owner of Blue Mountain Inn.
Its high time all parliamentarians to declare their financial standings before they take oath.
Ok,i foresee where this is going now, but in anycase i think i need to ask you this:
-who are you refering to when you say "They"
I need to understand your question such that we will be on the same par!!!
Nete-e-mokoka

South Africa

#15 Jul 15, 2008
Thabo Lesholu wrote:
<quoted text>Accumuluation of wealth ea ntate Malie is a mystery to me. uena oe bona joang? how can a public servant accumulate so much wealth? I have been to his B&B, its not cheap at all.
Remember he owns Square One, which he built during the 80s so he wasn't poor when he became a politician. The B&B is financed by Nedbank, you can ask the manager of Nedbank yourself.
Litsoinyetso

Maseru, Lesotho

#16 Jul 15, 2008
Your sentiments are well founded Mr Lesholu.

But, the story of 'who owns what' is as old as the hills worldwide. I think rather the focus should be,'from what sources does one or group finance what' in order ot ascertain credibility.

I drive a vehicle finaced by Standard Bank. Standard Bank has ownership whilst I hold posession until it is fully paid.

In the same manner, the two guys mentioned above hold posession of the Mall with further 3rd all the way to he 6th parties until that is fully paid. Shouldn't that be the trend we should all follow to finance projects of such a nature here and elswhere in the world as Basotho?

Let us cease to critisize without course and facts good people.

For your info, I work for the mentioned Bank and hence am a bit abreast with the deals concerning the Mall.
Sebatalali

Maseru, Lesotho

#17 Jul 15, 2008
Thabo Lesholu wrote:
<quoted text>Accumuluation of wealth ea ntate Malie is a mystery to me. uena oe bona joang? how can a public servant accumulate so much wealth? I have been to his B&B, its not cheap at all.
At least he is investing in his own country unlike other African leaders who siphon the money out of the country and invest it in Swiss banks.
Tloeperenyoepe

South Africa

#18 Jul 15, 2008
Thabo Lesholu wrote:
<quoted text>Accumuluation of wealth ea ntate Malie is a mystery to me. uena oe bona joang? how can a public servant accumulate so much wealth? I have been to his B&B, its not cheap at all.
Thabo ngoana monna not that i am crushing your corncern,on the other hand i do'nt want to believe that you are that narrow minded, ka nnete Thabo u batla ho mpolella hore mosebeletsi oa 'muso oa Motlotlehi has got no chance in this world to raise his or her funds somewhere else??
Again let be franck with you, like it or not politicians will always forge alliances with big guys in business for their personal benefit. So please my brother do'nt go that low, you can do better than that?

“Sebonomoea”

Since: Jul 08

Khubetsoana

#19 Jul 15, 2008
Tloeperenyoepe wrote:
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Ok,i foresee where this is going now, but in anycase i think i need to ask you this:
-who are you refering to when you say "They"
I need to understand your question such that we will be on the same par!!!
They, THE DEVELOPERS.There is or are people behind the development. I hope ur question is answered

“Sera sa motho ke tlala”

Since: Aug 07

Maphutseng Ha Morena Makhabane

#20 Jul 15, 2008
Nete-e-mokoka wrote:
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Remember he owns Square One, which he built during the 80s so he wasn't poor when he became a politician. The B&B is financed by Nedbank, you can ask the manager of Nedbank yourself.
Thanks, I didnt know that.
Ferenthula

South Africa

#21 Jul 15, 2008
Sebatalali wrote:
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At least he is investing in his own country unlike other African leaders who siphon the money out of the country and invest it in Swiss banks.
Exactly,like your father.Don't be shy,just say it out loud who is your father! Leha u ka shoa u tlabe u kutse

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