It is less than four months for the Office of Regulatory Regulation (PPRA) to organize all processes for effective work under the new law, and the regulator seems to be in chaos. In February, the Real Estate Law Enforcement Act (PPA) came into force, and the regulator was given six months to enforce all of its legal requirements. But recently, the protection of the real estate sector has been gripped by instability. Its executive director, Mamodupi Mohlala-Mulawdi, was fired more than a month ago over allegations of irregularities related to contributions to the pension fund and the appointment of six employees. Concerned staff said that …

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