‘Pay ground rent in the comfort of your home’

‘Pay ground rent in the comfort of your home’

MASERU – ECONET Telecom Lesotho and the Land Administration Authority (LAA) have signed a deal that will see clients pay for the LAA’s ground rent from the comfort of their homes through Ecocash. The partnership was launched on Wednesday at the LAA’s premises.
General Manager of the Econet Telecom Lesotho, Motebang Moeketsi, said the partnership will offer convenience in payments through Ecocash.

Moeketsi said they have offered a payment platform to all stakeholders or third parties who need such services.
Moeketsi said the new platform will give customers an easy channel to make payments.
He said they offer customers convenience as they do not have to travel to the office for payments.

Moeketsi said their mandate is to try and extend services and convenience to their customers.
“Giving customers access to the system that enables them to pay ground rent from the tips of their fingers will minimize the accrual of annual penalty charges,” Moeketsi said.
LAA director corporate services, Tankiso Sephoso, said partnering with Econet signals that they are committed to improving the lives of individuals and companies by registering their rights to land.

Sephoso said they are customer-centric and they put their customers first so that they should feel at home and be comfortable.
He said the bond between them and Econet will help customers pay their ground rent in the comfort of their homes.
“We are expecting this collaboration to improve service delivery to LAA clients and to enhance our standing as the only land administrators in the country,” he said.

Nkheli Liphoto

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