A meeting was held recently by the Ingonyama Trust Board and Tongaat Hullet to provide feedback and update on the partnership project that these two entities have embarked on on sugar cane development on Trust land.
The learners pictured here were provided with educational assistance from the Traditional Council funds administered by Ingonyama Trust.
The landscape of the Ntanzi Community who are beneficiaries of the Ingonyama Trust Board agricultural project which saw the produce of beans by the local community.
A community garden project at Ntanzi Traditional Council. The produce of beans from this project has been harvested for the local community members who were part of this project championed by the Ingonyama Trust Board.
Imbizo yokusetshenziswa komhlaba nomnotho wawoAmakhosi, community members and leaders of mining houses converged under one roof in Empangeni to discuss issues relating to mining on Ingonyama Trust land.
Members of Parliament visit Ingonyama Trust BoardMembers of the Portfolio Committee on Rural Development and Land Reform were captured here as part of their oversight visit to Ingonyama Trust Board.
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The Ingonyama Trust is a corporate body established in law and is the registered owner of various pieces of land in KwaZulu – Natal which have always historically been part of the Zulu Kingdom dating back to various Zulu kings. His Majesty the King is the sole Trustee of the land.
When the democratic government came into existence initially in terms of the Interim Constitution of 1993 the original enabling Act was reviewed comprehensively such that the final product was a new Act albeit called the KwaZulu – Natal Ingonyama Trust Amendment Act, (Act No 9 of 1997).
This Amendment Act had to meet all the constitutional requirements both in terms of the Interim Constitution and the final Constitution of 1996. The Amendment Act was passed in 1997 and came into operation on the 2nd October 1998.
The amendment act made provision among other things, for the establishment of Ingonyama Trust Board to administer the affairs of the Trust and the Trust land.