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Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development Minister Thoko Didiza has appointed a nine-member board for the Ingonyama Trust. The announcement on Monday comes against the backdrop of a reported tug-of-war between King Misuzulu kaZwelithini and Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi over the leadership of the board.Land governance and administration read more
The department’s spokesperson Reggie Ngcobo confirmed that Inkosi Mzimela was at the meeting, which was virtual.Land governance and administration read more
Management hastily arranges meeting to discuss operational issues with conveyancers.Land governance and administration read more
Jerome Ngwenya is now challenging the decision to appoint an interim board in courtLand governance and administration read more
AmaZulu King MisuZulu kaZwelithini is facing an internal revolt over the appointment of a new board chairperson to head the Ingonyama TrustLand governance and administration read more
“As part of the process of finalising the appointment of the Board, Isilo will meet Judge Ngwenya and Inkosi Mzimela. The meeting will be held on Monday, 24 April 2023 in Durban.”Land governance and administration read more
The settlement called Knoflokskraal is to be managed by departments of Public Works and COGTALand governance and administration read more
All over southern Africa, new urban-to-rural migration and settlement trends are emerging. Far from being abandoned, rural areas are in high demand. This exacerbates the precarity of home and life for those who still live in rural areas, especially on customary land.Land governance and administration read more
By Paddy Harper The Ingonyama Trust Board (ITB) and its business wing, Ingonyama Holdings, paid R41 million over a 12-month period to a company that was set up only five months before the payments began in March 2021. The money was paid in three tranches, R10 million in March, R10 million in July and R21 million in November, to two law firms … Continue readingLand governance and administration read more
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