By Majirata Latela
Advocate Mafiroane Motanyane has been appointed chief executive officer of the National Reforms Authority (NRA) following a series of interviews that were held on September 14 and 15 2020 respectively.
According to NRA Chairman Chief Pelele Letsoela, Motanyane put in his application for the position together with the 36 other applicants. Of those 36 applications which were publicised in all media platforms five applicants were called for the interview.
After the conventional and unconventional interview, three contestants namely Koenene Leanya, Tšiu Khathibe and Adv Mofiroane Motanyane. The latter won the race which after the NRA selection. The NRA has been formed to lead the country into National reforms which are expected to bring changes into the laws of the country.