The Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development Thoko Didiza, says all beneficiaries who in future, receive land through Government’s land-re-distribution programme, will have to under-go compulsory training.
Didiza says the training will help beneficiaries better manage and develop their respective farms.
The Minister yesterday gave details on government’s plans to release available state land. She says Government will, as part of this initiative, distribute than 2-million hectares of land to qualifying South Africans.
All beneficiaries who have been allocated State land and signed lease agreements will be subjected to a compulsory training programme.
— GCIS Media Liaison (@GCISMedia) October 2, 2020
Minister Didiza announcing the processes to be followed by members of the public in applying for available State Land. @verified @GCISMedia @GovernmentZA @SAgovnews @VukuzenzeleNews @FarmersWeeklySA @foodformzansi #StateLand #LandReport #LandReform #Land pic.twitter.com/fUe5vePbbU
— Department of Agriculture, Land Ref and Rural Dev (@DALRRDgov_ZA) October 1, 2020
Highlights of the address by Minister Thoko Didiza on the release of stateland. @GCISMedia @GCIS_IRC @verified @VukuzenzeleNews @SAgovnews @GovernmentZA #Landreform #Land #LandReport pic.twitter.com/NrEfHW3q9y
— Department of Agriculture, Land Ref and Rural Dev (@DALRRDgov_ZA) October 2, 2020