Tag: Ingonyama Trust

‘We are no renegades’: Ingonyama Trust fights back in parliament

Andisiwe Makinana The Ingonyama Trust Board has challenged parliament to produce evidence of its alleged incompetence, accusing the legislature of treating the trust as renegades. This comes a week after the National Assembly’s portfolio committee on agriculture, rural development and land reform recommended that the board be placed under administration. “The issue of us not …

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Didiza intervenes in ‘paralysed’ Ingonyama Trust Board

Paddy Harper Land reform minister Thoko Didiza has intervened in the “paralysis” of the Ingonyama Trust Board (ITB), committing the troubled entity to an organisational overhaul to ensure that its operations benefit people living on land under its control.

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Right of Reply: M&G chose ‘good story’ over truth — Buthelezi

Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi MP ‘Ingonyama Trust: The Full Story Revealed at Last”. Thus read the Mail & Guardian’s front page headline on August 8 last year, accompanied by an image of me and His Majesty the King.

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The great trial dodge: Ingonyama Trust and the price of a date deferred

With the rights of almost 10% of the SA population at stake and a landmass close to a third of the size of KwaZulu-Natal under review, the case that was meant to be heard in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on 22 November 2019 had the potential to light a national fuse.

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Casac unhappy about postponement of Ingonyama

The postponement of the KwaZulu-Natal rural land case against Ingonyama Trust Board will prolong the vulnerability of residents who are forced to pay rent under a lease agreement, said Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (Casac).

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