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Ingonyama Trust Board moves to retrench staff

More than 50 workers at the Ingonyama Trust Board have been issued section 189 notices

Reinstated Ingonyama Trust managers hit with retrenchment notices

The effect of Covid-19 and the land reform department’s freeze of R23-million because the ITB didn’t comply with budget submissions are cited as some of the reasons for the staff cuts

Didiza intervenes in ‘paralysed’ Ingonyama Trust Board

Labour disputes and withheld funding for noncompliance have rocked the board, which is supposed to administer about three million hectares on behalf of King Goodwill Zwelithini

No annual R22-million for Ingonyama Trust Board

The submission of the ITB’s budget is understood to have been delayed by the de facto suspension of its top management

Ingonyama axes top managers

Five people have been placed on special leave, but no one knows why they are being investigated

Editorial: Trust government to put politics first

Once again, political expediency has trumped principled action

Jinxed by the Ingonyama board

My three days of wading through court papers and no story is like wee Paddy’s three days of an SAA flight

Changes afoot at KZN land board

The province has appointed an interministerial committee to meet the board and King Goodwill Zwelithini

State pulls out of KZN land case

Residents on Ingonyama Trust land want the board’s leases to be scrapped and money returned

We need to debate the Ingonyama Trust

King Zwelithini has threatened violence and legal resistance, and secession of the “Zulu nation” and KwaZulu-Natal from South Africa

Hawks probe ‘prince’ over R95-million

A KwaZulu-Natal municipality paid Ishwar Ramlutchman, but no boreholes were drilled

Residents want trust to pay back ‘illegal’ rent

Last year the Ingonyama Trust Board took in about R107-million from commercial and residential leases it issued

Adverse audit for Zulu land body

The auditor general berated Ingonyama Trust for mismanagement and wrongfully keeping revenue

Zwelithini asks AfriForum for help to fight land expropriation

The Zulu king has come out in opposition of land expropriation without compensation and says anyone who wants his vote in 2019 must kneel

Churches join  legal fight over Ingonyama leases

The trust board wants people to convert permits into leases, increasing their tenure insecurity

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