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15 December 2022 - NW3511

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether she will provide a standard protocol of the maintenance of agricultural colleges in the Republic; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether she has found that all colleges are adhering to the required standards and protocol; if not, what measures has she put in place to impose compliance; if so, what are the relevant details; (3) whether there have been colleges that were given notices for not complying with the required standards; if not, why not; if so, which colleges?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW4689

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Cebekhulu, Inkosi RN to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

With reference to her department’s under-expenditure in the Presidential Employment Stimulus Initiative (PESI) and the complications surrounding the voucher programme under the PESI earlier in 2022, what are the relevant details of her department’s reasons for not being able to provide and secure a sustainable land reform and agrarian transformation for small-scale farmers to achieve a more integrated and inclusive rural economy?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW4572

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Tito, Ms LF to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Which forms of assistance have been offered to small-scale farmers, especially at Rooiwal Village in the North West, who can no longer farm due to cable and farming equipment theft?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW4485

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of (a) Onderstepoort Biological Products purchase price of vaccines from Botswana for each unit and (b) the price that the specified units are being sold to the South African government?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW4483

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of funding provided by her department to private companies that are responsible for supporting emerging farmers with technical support for each commodity and in each province throughout the Republic in the past 10 years; (2) whether she will furnish Mr N P Masipa with a detailed report on the progress made through such support for each (a) farm, (b) commodity and (c) year; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW4341

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether there has been any progress on the process of appointing a Master Data Specialist, who should have been appointed by the end of September 2020; if not, why not; if so, what progress has been made in this regard?

Reply:

A court order issued on 10 December 2019, against the former Department of Rural Development and Land Reform, now Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD), by the Land Claims Court (Court), ordered the appointment of the Special Master for Labour Tenants. The Special Master does not report to the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development, but will supervise, oversee and monitor the functions of the Department regarding outstanding Labour Tenants’ claims.

The same court order, dated 10 December 2019, also granted permission to the Special Master to appoint consultants to provide opinions, reports and other assistance. The position of the Master Data Specialist was subjected to a job evaluation process, to ensure that the correct salary level was determined before the post was submitted to be filled through a recruitment and selection process. A job description was developed for the post by benchmarking against similar posts with the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation. The process however took longer than anticipated and the Special Master requested that the process not be continued. The Special Master was seeking alternative solutions in filling lower-level positions that can assist in the administrative functions of his Office.

The Department is, therefore, in the process to fill the following positions allocated to the Office of the Special Master:

  • 1 x Systems and Operations Manager post filled.
  • 1 x Programme Administrator and Office Manager post filled.
  • 1 x Corporate Affairs and Stakeholder Manager post filled.
        • 1 x Office Assistant post filled.
        • 1 x National Programme Manager post. Post advertised and the closing date of the advertisement is on 20221014. Filling of the post is anticipated to be by 20230101.
        • 1 x Programme Coordinator. Seconded from the DALRRD.
        • 1 x Senior Administrative Officer post. Filling of the post through a recruitment and selection or transfer processes and filling of the post is anticipated to be by 20230101.
        • 1 x Messenger post. Filling of the post through a recruitment and selection or transfer processes and filling of the post is anticipated to be by 20230101.

15 December 2022 - NW4268

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

In light of the fact that the High-Level Panel report discovered that only 5% of employed people work in agriculture, what plans and strategies has she put in place to improve the capacity of the agricultural sector to create more jobs in order to increase the employment rate in the sector?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW4109

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Montwedi, Mr Mk to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

(a) Which processes were followed in choosing the Beefmaster Group as a strategic partner, (b) how has or is the Beefmaster Group contributing to the transformation of the feedlot sector in the Republic, (c) how will farmers benefit directly from the programme and (d) what financial support has the Beefmaster Group given to small-scale black farmers in the sector in the past three financial years?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is looking into the requested information and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW4020

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What (a) percentage and (b) hectarage of communal land in the Republic is currently occupied under (i) apartheid-era Permission to Occupy certificates and (ii) other forms of non-registrable tenure?

Reply:

(a)(i),(ii) and (b)(i),(ii)

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW4019

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Considering that at the Subtrop Transformation Summit held in Tzaneen on 26 May 2022, she pointed out that the Government was ready to deal with the contentious issue of national communal land tenure and in taking steps towards the regularisation of communal land rights, what (a) percentage and (b) hectarage of communal land is currently not surveyed in (i) the Republic and (ii) each of the nine provinces?

Reply:

(a)(b),(i),(ii) The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW3814

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What (a) are the (i) detailed estimates and (ii) all important variables of the long-term damage of the KwaZulu-Natal floods on the sugar sector and (b)(i) total number of farmers ceased operations and exited the market due to losses incurred in the floods and (ii) is her department doing to help them; (2) what (a) are the details of other crops that were affected by the KwaZulu-Natal floods and (b) actions are being taken to support affected farmers?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW3775

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Montwedi, Mr Mk to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether her department intends to assist farmers who are farming on land that is more than 60 000 hectares that was damaged by veld fires; if not, why not; if so, (a) what form of assistance does her department plan to give and (b) by what date does her department intend to roll out the specified assistance; (2) whether her department intends to procure firefighting machinery and/or equipment to assist the farmers; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW3758

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether her department and the private sector is succeeding in maintaining current market access and looking towards new market access in order to (a) broaden the exporter base and diversify exports and (b) increase the export of value-added products; if not, why not, in each case; if so, what are the relevant details in each case?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW3757

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

How is she utilising the African Continental Free Trade Area as policy instrument to gain markets for agricultural products?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

15 December 2022 - NW3684

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether she has found that the (a) public and (b) private sector is succeeding in maintaining current agricultural market access and look towards new market access in order to broaden the exporter base and diversify exports, as well as increase the export of value-added products; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is collating the information required and will tabled a response as soon as possible.

13 December 2022 - NW4573

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Tito, Ms LF to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Which measures of intervention have been taken to assist the Simelane family at Anhalt farm in Ward 15 in Mkhondo Local Municipality which had their graves flattened and a plantation planted over it?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) has reported the matter to the Cultural, Religious and Linguistic (CRL) Rights Commission to investigate the allegation of desecration of graves belonging to the Simelane family by the landowner.

CRL Rights Commission has committed to investigate the matter and report back once the investigation is completed and can be contacted at (+27) 011 358 9100 or by email at info@crlcommission.org.za.

13 December 2022 - NW3117

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

(1)With reference to her reply to question 2115 on 29 June 2022, what is the (a) detailed breakdown of the 204 leased farms in each province and/or district or region and (b) cost of the lease for each farm and collection methods for the payments; (2) whether she intends to provide title deeds to the farmers soon; if not, why not; if so, what are the conditions for the title deeds; (3) what (a) are the relevant details of partially leased farms and subsequent arrangements and (b) is the budget for each farm that has been partially leased; (4) with reference to the commodities and provinces where the farms are located, what are the relevant details regarding the (a) start-up support packages that have been developed, (b) implementation timelines, (c) names of farms that will be supported in the three provinces, (d) detailed budget approved for each project and (e) total amount spent on the training of farmers on business plans and entrepreneurship to date?

Reply:

1(a) Detailed breakdown of the 204 leased farms. Please refer to the table below.

a) Province and/or District or Region

Other Details

(See Annexure A)

Province

Local Municipality/Metropolitan

No of fully leased farms

Hectares

Eastern Cape

Matatiele Local Municipality

8

3,374

Eastern Cape

Mnquma Local Municipality

1

267

Eastern Cape

Ngqushwa Local Municipality

1

396

Eastern Cape

Raymond Mhlaba Local Municipality

1

278

Free State

Maluti a Phofung Local Municipality

7

1,144

Gauteng

City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality

2

929

Kwazulu-Natal

Dannhauser Local Municipality

1

165

Kwazulu-Natal

uMhlathuze Local Municipality

1

827

Limpopo

Bela-Bela Local Municipality

2

1,874

Limpopo

Blouberg Local Municipality

1

1,793

Limpopo

Lepelle-Nkumpi Local Municipality

1

101

Limpopo

Modimolle/Mookgophong Local Municipality

9

6,039

Mpumalanga

Thembisile Local Municipality

13

2,385

North West

Kagisano-Molopo Local Municipality

81

106,977

North West

Kgetlengrivier Local Municipality

1

605

North West

Local Municipality of Madibeng

2

1,668

North West

Mafikeng Local Municipality

6

4,094

North West

Moses Kotane Local Municipality

14

12,270

North West

Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality

10

11,616

North West

Tswaing Local Municipality

2

962

Northern Cape

Dikgatlong Local Municipality

7

6,490

Northern Cape

Joe Morolong Local Municipality

33

45,921

Grand Total

 

204

210,175

(b) Cost of the lease for each farm and collection methods for the payments. Please refer to Annexure A.

2. No. The Lessees that have been allocated these 204 farms are Category 3 farmers who, in terms of the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development’s State Land Lease and Disposal Policy, can only obtain title deeds after purchasing the leased land at market value as required by the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act No. 29 of 1999).

3. Details of the 72 partially leased farms:

a) Partially leased properties are farms which have land units, and not all units have been leased. There are 72 of these farms, consisting of 376 land units, of which 189 have active contracts.

Province

ACTIVE CONTRACTS - (PARTIALLY LEASED FARMS)

 

Properties

Total Land Units

Land Units with Active Contracts

Limpopo

3

18

4

Mpumalanga

18

46

19

North West

51

312

166

Grand Total

72

376

189

Further detailed breakdown of the 72 partially leased farms: Please refer to Annexure B.

b) There is no budget allocated for each farm that has been partially leased.

(4)

a) Start-up support packages are based on the various commodities, e.g. livestock, crops and etc. The packages take into consideration the critical success factors of each commodity. It should be noted that this intervention is not a comprehensive support and as such farmers could still later apply for further support.

b) The implementation of these is expected to take place throughout the current financial year.

c) The names of the farms that will be supported under the current fiscal year will be available once the approval process is concluded.

d) An amount of R150m has been put aside for support to these farms, across the country. The budget details for the farms in the the three provinces will be available once the final approval and allocation for each farm has been concluded.

e) The amount spent on the 165 farmers in 94 farms that were trained in Business and Entrepreneurship is R1 188 000. The distribution of farms and budget spent is outlined below:

  • Limpopo: 40 farms: 50 beneficiaries trained at total cost of R360 000;
  • Mpumalanga: 30 farms: 45 beneficiaries trained at a total cost of R324 000; and
  • Northwest: 24 farms: 70 beneficiaries trained at a total cost of R504 000.

13 December 2022 - NW3923

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Montwedi, Mr Mk to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

With regard to her visit in Taung in the North West province in 2020, where she made commitments which were not implemented thus far, by what date will (a) the farmers of Taung see the implementation of the Farmer Production Support Unit model and (b) she (i) revamp and (ii) return the Lesedi stores to be used by farmers in Taung?

Reply:

(a),(b)(i)-(ii) DALRRD is unable to commit a specific date due to the following reason: in 2021, the Directorate: Rural Infrastructure Development within the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) in the North West Province planned to implement the first phase of the project by fencing the Old Lesedi Building premises and renovating the guardroom to enable DALRRD to provide security. Phase 2 of the project was planned to unfold in the following years. However, the plans for infrastructure for the implementation failed due to alleged illegal tenants occupying the Old Lesedi building, who refuse to move. The provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is in the process of negotiating with the mentioned tenants.

However, an alternative site for livestock farmers was identified and some work was done such as paving of the access road into the auction pen site i.e. the identified Farmer Production Support Unit (FPSU) site; renovation of the existing two houses; drilling and equipping of the borehole; construction of the guard room for security personnel; construction of kraals for small stock and construction of the pavilion at the auction pen.

In terms of production and mechanisation support, DALRRD through the Directorate: Cooperatives and Enterprise Development facilitated the establishment of the Taung FPSU and has supported these farmers with the following:

  • 98kw Tractor;
  • 1 x small Lucerne baler;
  • 2 x Lucerne mowers; and
  • 3 x Lucerne rakes.

These implements were registered and are currently being used by the farmers in the Taung Irrigation Scheme. The above support amounted to R3 195 855.75 during the 2021/ 2022 financial year.

13 December 2022 - NW4176

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

(a) Which municipalities are owed outstanding rates and taxes for parcels of land owned by her department and (b) in each case, (i) what total amount is owed, (ii) since what date has the specified amount been outstanding and (iii) for which parcel(s) of land are the amounts owed?

Reply:

(a),(b)(i),(ii),(iii) Please refer to Annexure A.

ANNEXURE A OF NA-QUES 4176 OF 2022

Office

(a) municipalities are owed outstanding rates and taxes for parcels of land owned by the Department

(b)(i) total amount is owed

Total

(b)(ii) since what date has the specified amount been outstanding

(b)(iii) for which parcel(s) of land are the amounts owed

Comments

EC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ngqushwa Local Municipality

 

 

 

 

R 2,301,941.27  

 

R 53,073,498.58

2022/2023

KING WILLIAMS TOWN RD

-

       

2022/2023

PEDI RD

-

       

2022/2023

BELL

-

       

2022/2023

BODIAM

-

       

2022/2023

HAMBURG

-

 

Raymond Mhlaba Local municipality 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R10,543,255.36  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

VICTORIA EAST RD

-

       

2022/2023

STOCKENSTROOM RD

-

       

2022/2023

QUEENSTOWN RD

-

       

2022/2023

ALICE

-

       

2022/2023

KING WILLIAM'S TOWN RD

-

       

2022/2023

ANNSHAW

-

       

2022/2023

SEYMOUR

-

       

2022/2023

NEWAZI VALLEY

-

       

2022/2023

MABANDLA

-

 

KSD Local Municipality

R21,037,558.89

 

2022/2023

 1910

-

 

Kouga Local Municipality

R 1,238,297.69

 

2022/2023

 PTN 16(OF 15) Farm Loerie Rivier Hoogte NO,435

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Koukamma Local Municipality

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 327,560.32

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

Ptn 0 of Farm No 437 Humansdorp

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 1 of Farm Gypjies Gat No. 285 humansdorp

-

       

2022/2023

ptn 84 of Farm Twee Rivieren No 358 Joubertina rd

-

       

2022/2023

ptn 87 of Farm Twee Rivieren No 358 Joubertina rd

-

       

2022/2023

ptn 88 of Farm Twee Rivieren No 358 Joubertina rd

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 of Farm No. 409 Joubertina rd

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 68 of Farm Twee Rivieren no. 358 Joubrtina RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 0 of Farm Hooge Kraal no. 233 Humansdorp RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E of Ptn 1 of Farm Canaga no 382 Humansdorp RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 6 of Farm Witte Klip no. 134 Humansdorp RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E of Ptn 0 of Farm Witte Klip no 134 Humansdorp RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 10 of Ptn 4 of Farm Adjoining Klipheuvel No. 296 Joubertina RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 61 of farm Klippeuvel no 291 Joubertina RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 81 of farm Klippeuvel no 291 Joubertina RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E of Ptn 5 of farm Lauterwater's River no 299 Joubertina RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 6 of farm Lauterwater's River no 299 Joubertina RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 62 of farm Klipdrift no 300 Joubertina RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E of Ptn 0 of farm Vierwinde no 457 Joubertina RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 2 of farm Vierwinde no 457 Joubertina RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 of farm No 480 Joubertina RD

-

 

Great kei Local Municipality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 4,052,729.36

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

Ptn 8 Of Farm No.26 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 11 Of Farm No.26 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 14 Of Farm No.26 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 2(of Ptn 1) of Farm No.4 RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.49 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.48 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 2 Of Farm No.52 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 0 Of Farm No.51 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.185 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.187 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.184 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.186 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 3 Of Farm No.433 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 2 Of Farm No.433 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 2 Of Farm No.11 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 0 Of Farm No.52 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 0 Of Farm No.179 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 1 Of Farm No.433 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 4 Of Farm No.433 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 0 Of Farm No.251 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.216 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 1 Of Farm No.251 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.1458 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 2 Of Farm No.472 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 13 (Of Ptn 26) Of Farm No.26 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 3 Of Farm No.180 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 0 Of Farm No.432 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.248 EAST LONDON RD

-

       

2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 0 Of Farm No.425 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 1 Of Farm Gold Ridge No.425 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 0 Of Farm Woodbury No.282 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

R/E of Ptn 1 of Farm No.4 RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 2 Of Farm No.186 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 0 (Goubie) Of Farm No.426 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.169 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 4 Of Farm No.47 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

R/E Of Ptn 0 Of Farm Ridge Valley No.441 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 1 Of Farm Philton No.413 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm Carlton No.443 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

R/E of Ptn 0 of farm Courtlands No.205 Komga RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm Swiss Valley No.454 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 1 Of Farm No.12 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 2 Of Farm No.169 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 0 of Farm No.6 RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 3 Of Farm No.54 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

Ptn 3 Of Farm No.171 KOMGA RD

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2022/2023

R/E of ptn 0 of farm No.12 Komga RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 1 of farm No.64 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.423 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm Eversley No.161 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.424 KOMGA RD

-

       

2022/2023

Ptn 0 Of Farm No.8 KOMGA RD

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Makana Local Municipality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 2,914,050.46

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

121

-

       

2022/2023

122

-

       

2022/2023

586

-

       

2022/2023

42

-

       

2022/2023

45

-

       

2022/2023

46

-

       

2022/2023

120

-

       

2022/2023

302

-

       

2022/2023

473

-

       

2022/2023

649

-

       

2022/2023

205

-

       

2022/2023

365

-

       

2022/2023

477

-

       

2022/2023

338

-

       

2022/2023

363

-

       

2022/2023

369

-

       

2022/2023

371

-

       

2022/2023

378

-

       

2022/2023

392

-

       

2022/2023

459

-

       

2022/2023

472

-

       

2022/2023

477

-

       

2022/2023

798

-

       

2022/2023

19

-

       

2022/2023

11

-

       

2022/2023

478

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inxuba Yethemba Local Municipality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 6,527,591.20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

37

-

       

2022/2023

6145

-

       

2022/2023

66

-

       

2022/2023

69

-

       

2022/2023

123

-

       

2022/2023

139

-

       

2022/2023

201

-

       

2022/2023

206

-

       

2022/2023

356

-

       

2022/2023

358

-

       

2022/2023

360

-

       

2022/2023

361

-

       

2022/2023

362

-

       

2022/2023

492

-

       

2022/2023

523

-

       

2022/2023

527

-

       

2022/2023

574

-

       

2022/2023

600

-

       

2022/2023

606

-

       

2022/2023

523

-

       

2022/2023

59

-

       

2022/2023

69

-

       

2022/2023

357

-

       

2022/2023

358

-

       

2022/2023

360

-

       

2022/2023

362

-

       

2022/2023

362

-

       

2022/2023

479

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

523

-

       

2022/2023

527

-

       

2022/2023

552

-

       

2022/2023

554

-

       

2022/2023

563

-

       

2022/2023

597

-

       

2022/2023

3

-

       

2022/2023

169

-

       

2022/2023

171

-

       

2022/2023

174

-

       

2022/2023

175

-

       

2022/2023

212

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mnquma Local Municipality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 2,075,755.03

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

5710

-

       

2022/2023

571

-

       

2022/2023

595

-

       

2022/2023

6466

-

       

2022/2023

105111

-

       

2022/2023

6897

-

       

2022/2023

2577

-

       

2022/2023

6762

-

       

2022/2023

3393

-

       

2022/2023

200

-

       

2022/2023

19382

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ndlambe Local Municipality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 2,054,759.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

Erf 8 Extension 800

-

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

Erf 410 Extension 810

-

       

2022/2023

Erf 233 Extension 810

-

       

2022/2023

Erf 252 Extension 810

-

       

2022/2023

Erf 6 Extension 800

-

       

2022/2023

Erf 29 Extension 800

-

       

2022/2023

Erf 8 Extension 800

-

       

2022/2023

Erf 398 Extension 800

-

       

2022/2023

Erf 299 Extension 800

-

       

2022/2023

800-000000206-000005-0000

-

       

2022/2023

810-000000330-000001-0000

-

       

2022/2023

810-000000247-000002-0000

-

       

2022/2023

800-000000028-000000-0000

-

       

2022/2023

800-000000100-000000-0000

-

       

2022/2023

800-000000298-000003-0000

-

     

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

800-000000006-000000-0000

-

       

2022/2023

800-000000008-000002-0000

-

       

2022/2023

810-000000233-000001-0000

-

 

 

 

 

2022/2023

800-000000031-000000-0000

-

FS

 

SETSOTO

R 1,677,651.95

R 1,924,892.95

2022-2023

Portion 2 No.57

Invoices not paid, not compliant

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No.1179

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 1 No. 57

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No.302

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No. 303

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 402

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No.1108

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 3 No. 76

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No. 337

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 1 No. 76

-

       

2022-2023

PortiOn 0 No. 144

-

       

2022-2023

No. 980

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 1 No. 24

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No. 59

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No. 50

-

       

2022-2023

No. 520

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No. 761

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No. 759

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No. 758

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 1 No.6 Senekal Road

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No.47 Senekal Road

-

       

2022-2023

Portion 0 No. 1351 Senekal Road

-

 

NKETOANA

R 247,241.00

 

2022-2023

ZANDFONTEIN 183

Invoices not paid, not compliant

       

2022-2023

PUNT 390

-

       

2022-2023

BRONKHORSTFONTEIN P5/991

-

       

2022-2023

BRONKHORSTFONTEIN P8/991

-

       

2022-2023

Excelsior 1177

-

       

2022-2023

Landhoek 362

-

       

2022-2023

Hilgard Steyn 1046

-

       

2022-2023

Kraalpunt 1759

-

       

2022-2023

Farm1046 Kaffirskraal

-

       

2022-2023

Dorpsgrond Van Reitz

-

       

2022-2023

Stoffelina 1247

-

       

2022-2023

Erfdeel 919

-

       

2022-2023

Rondebult 917

-

       

2022-2023

Grootdam 918

-

       

2022-2023

Zandlaagte 522

-

       

2022-2023

Yeomanrykopje 579

-

       

2022-2023

 

-

       

2022-2023

 

-

       

2022-2023

 

-

       

2022-2023

 

-

       

2022-2023

 

-

       

2022-2023

 

-

MP

 

 

 

 

Msukaligwa

R 6,607,413.60

R 49,051,350.23

   

-

       

2022-2023

BANKPLAATS

-

       

2022-2023

BELLEVUE

-

       

2022-2023

BLESBOKHEUVEL

-

       

2022-2023

Bloemkrans

-

       

2022-2023

BONNIE BRAES

-

       

2022-2023

COALBANK

-

       

2022-2023

DAVELFONTEIN

-

           

-

       

2022-2023

DE VEREENIGING

-

           

-

       

2022-2023

DRIEHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

BANKFONTEIN

-

           

-

       

2022-2023

DWARSTREK

-

       

2022-2023

ELIM

-

       

2022-2023

GOEDE HOOP

-

       

2022-2023

GOEDVERWACHTING

-

       

2022-2023

Grasdal

-

       

2022-2023

GRASPAN

-

       

2022-2023

Grassridge

-

       

2022-2023

KLIPFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

KLIPRUG

-

       

2022-2023

KNAPDAAR

-

       

2022-2023

KRANSPOORT

-

       

2022-2023

LAKE BANAGHER

-

       

2022-2023

LANGVERWACHT

-

       

2022-2023

LOTHAIR

-

       

2022-2023

Middelplaat

-

       

2022-2023

MOOIPLAATS

-

           

-

       

2022-2023

NOOITGEDACHT

-

       

2022-2023

OSHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

REPUBLIEK

-

       

2022-2023

Rietkuil

-

       

2022-2023

RIETVALLEI

-

       

2022-2023

RIVERSDALE

-

       

2022-2023

ROTTERDAM

-

       

2022-2023

SHEPSTONE

-

       

2022-2023

Sihanahana

-

       

2022-2023

Smutsoog

-

       

2022-2023

SPION KOP

-

       

2022-2023

SPRINGBOKFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

SUNNYSIDE

-

       

2022-2023

TARBERT

-

       

2022-2023

TRANENDAL

-

       

2022-2023

TWYFELAAR

-

       

2022-2023

UITZIGT

-

       

2022-2023

VLAKFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

Volharding

-

       

2022-2023

WELGEVONDEN

-

       

2022-2023

WITBANK

-

       

2022-2023

WITPUNT

-

       

2022-2023

ZWARTWATER

-

 

Dipaleseng

R 9,585,559.20

 

2022-2023

BAKKIESFONTEIN

-

           

-

       

2022-2023

BRAKSPRUIT

 
           

-

       

2022-2023

DRUKFONTEIN

-

           

-

       

2022-2023

GOEDGEDACHT

-

       

2022-2023

GROOTVLEI POWER STATION

-

       

2022-2023

GROOTVLEY

-

       

2022-2023

HERPSFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

HEXRIVIER

-

       

2022-2023

KLEINFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

LEEU

-

       

2022-2023

MAHEMSFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

MALANSKRAAL

-

       

2022-2023

OUDHOUTDRAAI

-

       

2022-2023

PANFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

RIETBULT ESTATES

-

       

2022-2023

RIETFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

ROODEPOORT

-

       

2022-2023

SPRINGFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

TWEEFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

VLAKFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

VOGELSTRUISFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

VRISGEWAAG

-

       

2022-2023

WELTEVREDEN

-

       

2022-2023

ZYFERFONTEIN

-

 

City of Mbombela

R 7,694,435.47

 

2022-2023

AYRTON

-

       

2022-2023

BELLEVUE A2

-

       

2022-2023

BELLEVUE B

-

       

2022-2023

BONGANI

-

       

2022-2023

BOSCHFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

BROEDERSHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

BURGERS HALL

-

       

2022-2023

CAMELOT

-

       

2022-2023

CASTLE KOP

-

       

2022-2023

CLARENDON VALE

-

       

2022-2023

COPPICE

-

       

2022-2023

DAGBREEK

-

       

2022-2023

DE GAMA

-

       

2022-2023

Esperado

-

       

2022-2023

ESPERADO ANNEX

-

       

2022-2023

GELUK

-

       

2022-2023

GUTSHWA

-

       

2022-2023

HANDSUP

-

       

2022-2023

HANGING STONE

-

       

2022-2023

JERUSALEM

-

       

2022-2023

JERUSALEM KOPJE

-

       

2022-2023

KOFFIEPLAAS

-

       

2022-2023

LINCOLN

-

       

2022-2023

LOGOGOTU

-

       

2022-2023

LUNDI

-

       

2022-2023

MAC'S HILL

-

       

2022-2023

MADELIEFJE

-

       

2022-2023

MASHUSHU

-

       

2022-2023

MASOYI

-

       

2022-2023

MASOYI SHOPPING CENTRE

-

       

2022-2023

MBUYANE

-

       

2022-2023

MDLUI I

-

       

2022-2023

MELTON

-

       

2022-2023

MIDDLETON

-

       

2022-2023

MIDDLETON ABATTOIR

-

       

2022-2023

MISSION

-

       

2022-2023

MPAKENI

-

       

2022-2023

MTHETHOMUSHA

-

       

2022-2023

M'TIMBA

-

       

2022-2023

Nkambeni

-

       

2022-2023

NKOSI CITY

-

       

2022-2023

OORSCHOT

-

       

2022-2023

OORSPRONG

-

       

2022-2023

QUOTHQUAN

-

       

2022-2023

RIETVLEY

-

       

2022-2023

RIVERSIDE

-

       

2022-2023

ROUXVILLE FARM

-

       

2022-2023

SANDFORD

-

       

2022-2023

SIGAMBULE

-

       

2022-2023

STERKSPRUIT

-

       

2022-2023

SUTHERLAND

-

       

2022-2023

THE CASTLE

-

       

2022-2023

THE RANCH

-

       

2022-2023

THE TWO SISTERS

-

       

2022-2023

THORNYLEA

-

       

2022-2023

UITVAL

-

       

2022-2023

WHITE WATERS

-

 

Thembisile Hani

R17,104,018.16

 

2022-2023

ARMOED

-

       

2022-2023

BARNETEIN

-

       

2022-2023

BLAAUWPOORT

-

       

2022-2023

BOEKENHOUTFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

BOSCHBULT

-

       

2022-2023

BRAKFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

BREYTENBACHSRUS

-

       

2022-2023

BUFFELSHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

BULTPLAATS

-

       

2022-2023

DOORNFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

DOORNNEK

-

       

2022-2023

DROOGVELD

-

       

2022-2023

ENGELSCHE DOORNBOOM

-

       

2022-2023

ENKELDOORN

-

       

2022-2023

ENKELDOORNOOG

-

       

2022-2023

ENKELDOORNSPOORT

-

       

2022-2023

ENKELDORINGOOG

-

       

2022-2023

GEMSBOKFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

GEMSBOKSPRUIT

-

       

2022-2023

GOEDEREDE

-

       

2022-2023

HARTBEESTFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

HARTEBEESTSPRUIT

-

       

2022-2023

HELOISE

-

       

2022-2023

HOUTENBEK

-

       

2022-2023

KAMEELPOORTNEK

-

       

2022-2023

KLIP FONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

KLIPDRIFT

-

       

2022-2023

KLIPFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

KLIPSPRUIT

-

       

2022-2023

KRANSPOORT ALIAS BLACKWOOD CAMP

-

       

2022-2023

KWAGGAFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

KWAMHLANGA

-

       

2022-2023

LANGKLOOF

-

       

2022-2023

LANSERIA

-

       

2022-2023

LEEUWFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

LOOPSPRUIT

-

       

2022-2023

MALOEKZIJNKOP

-

       

2022-2023

MATHYS ZYN LOOP

-

       

2022-2023

NOOITGEDACHT

-

       

2022-2023

PAPKUILFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

PRINS ANNA

-

       

2022-2023

RHENOSTERKUIL

-

       

2022-2023

RIETFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

ROODEPOORT

-

       

2022-2023

ROODEPOORTJE

-

       

2022-2023

SILVERHILL

-

       

2022-2023

SIMPKINSVALE

-

       

2022-2023

SPITSRAND

-

       

2022-2023

STROOMWATER

-

       

2022-2023

SYBRANDSKRAAL

-

       

2022-2023

TAAIFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

TWEEFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

VALSCHSPRUIT

-

       

2022-2023

VAN DIJKSPRUIT

-

       

2022-2023

VRISCHGEWAAGD

-

       

2022-2023

WELVERDIEND

-

       

2022-2023

WOLVENGATEN

-

       

2022-2023

WOLVENKOP

-

       

2022-2023

WORSTAL

-

       

2022-2023

YZERVARKFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

ZUSTERSHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

ZWARTFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

ZWARTKOPJE

-

 

Emakhazeni

R 8,059,923.80

 

2022-2023

BERG-EN-DAL

-

       

2022-2023

BLOEMFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

BUTTON

-

       

2022-2023

DE GOEDEHOOP

-

       

2022-2023

DE SUIKERBOSCHKOP

-

       

2022-2023

DOORNHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

DRIEFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

DRIEKOP

-

       

2022-2023

EERSTE GELUK

-

       

2022-2023

ELANDSFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

ELANDSHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

FORELWATER

-

       

2022-2023

GENERAALSDRAAI

-

       

2022-2023

GOEDEVERWACHTING

-

       

2022-2023

GROENVLEI

-

       

2022-2023

HARTEBEESTFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

HARTEBEESTSPRUIT

-

       

2022-2023

HONINGKLOOF

-

       

2022-2023

KAALBOOI

-

       

2022-2023

KONTERDANSKLOOF

-

       

2022-2023

LAKENVALEI

-

       

2022-2023

LEEUWKLOOF

-

       

2022-2023

NOOITGEDACHT

-

       

2022-2023

ONVERWACHT

-

       

2022-2023

PAARDEKRAAL

-

       

2022-2023

RIETFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

RIETVALLEY

-

       

2022-2023

RIETVLEI

-

       

2022-2023

ROODEKRANS

-

       

2022-2023

SCHOONGEZIGHT

-

       

2022-2023

STEYNSPLAATS

-

       

2022-2023

TREURFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

UITKOMST

-

       

2022-2023

UITVLUGT

-

       

2022-2023

VLAKPLAATS

-

       

2022-2023

VLUCHTFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

VOGELSTRUISPOORT

-

       

2022-2023

VRISCHGEWAAGD IS HALF GEWONNEN

-

       

2022-2023

WAAIKRAAL

-

       

2022-2023

WACHTEENBEETJESHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

WELGELUK

-

       

2022-2023

WELGEVONDEN

-

       

2022-2023

WELTEVREDEN

-

       

2022-2023

WELVERDIEND

-

       

2022-2023

WINDHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

WINTERSHOEK

-

       

2022-2023

WITBOOI

-

       

2022-2023

WITKLIP

-

       

2022-2023

ZEVENFONTEIN

-

       

2022-2023

ZONDAGSKRAAL

-

       

2022-2023

ZWARTKOPPIES

-

KZN

 

 

 

UMHLATHUZE

R 218,387.40

R 602,509.05

2022-2023

PTN 4 Confluence 11728

Approved 14/11/2022

       

2022-2023

REM Umfuli 16250

-

       

2022-2023

REM Thorncreek 11542

-

       

2022-2023

PTN 0 Empangeni 12061

-

       

2022-2023

PTN 16 Reserve 5 15824

-

       

2022-2023

Lot 263 Empangeni 12144

-

       

2022-2023

PTN 0 Shorragh 14625

-

       

2022-2023

PTN 0 Needmore 11386

-

       

2022-2023

REM Newlands 11588

-

       

2022-2023

Farm Pyramids 11425

-

       

2022-2023

REM Lot 241 Empangeni 11058

-

       

2022-2023

REM lot 252 Empangeni 13313

-

 

UMSHWATHI

R 120,298.18

 

10/31/2022

 REM Berlin 6353

On route for approval

       

10/31/2022

REM PTN 1 Berlin 6353

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 2 Berlin 6353

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 3 Berlin 6353

-

       

10/31/2022

REM Frenchhay 2241

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 1 Frenchay East 2241

-

       

10/31/2022

REM Frenchay West 2235

-

       

10/31/2022

Rem PTN Frenchay West

2235

-

       

10/31/2022

Rem PTN 2 Frenchay West 2235

-

       

10/31/2022

Farm Glen Roy 3166

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 3 Frenchay West 2235

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 7 Hoghton 1358

-

       

10/31/2022

REM PTN 8 Paard Fontein 1299

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 13 Paard Fontein 1299

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 20 Paard Fontein 1299

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 5 Twee Fontein 5721

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 1 Umvoti Slope 2239

-

       

10/31/2022

REM PTN 3 Umvoti Slope

2239

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 4 Umvoti Slope 2239

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 12 Welte Vreden 1346

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 5 Lot 37 1294

-

       

10/31/2022

Farm Ecaweni 9080

-

       

10/31/2022

Farm Ifaye 1346

-

       

10/31/2022

Rem Redcliff Vale 8365

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 2 Redcliff Vale 8365

-

       

10/31/2022

REM PTN 3 Aasvolgel Krans 1226

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 16 Aasvolgel Krans

1226

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 8 Aasvogel Krans 1233

-

       

10/31/2022

REM PTN 9 Aasvogel Kraans

1233

-

       

10/31/2022

Farm Sunshine 17503

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 45 Wagenbetjies Draai 872

-

       

10/31/2022

PTN 39 Wagenbeetjies Draai 875

-

 

RICHMOND

R 52,016.27

 

10/21/2022

REM of PTN 3 Wonder Geluk 1273

Sent to ALHA on the 11/11/2022

       

10/21/2022

Farm Inhlazuka Ridge 11437

-

       

10/21/2022

REM of PTN 3 Keerom 1190

-

       

10/21/2022

PTN 47 Wonder Geluk 1273

-

       

10/21/2022

Farm Rothwell 13294

-

       

10/21/2022

PTN 21 Wonder Geluk 1273

-

       

10/21/2022

Farm Warringsford 3535

-

       

10/21/2022

Farm Waterfalls 16803

-

       

10/21/2022

PTN 22 Wonder Geluk 1273

-

       

10/21/2022

Rem Umhlateen 1006

-

       

10/21/2022

PTN 9 Stacpoole 6055

-

       

10/21/2022

Farm Waterfall 5763

-

       

10/21/2022

REM PTN 2 Wonder Geluk 1273

-

       

10/21/2022

REM PTN 1 Election 13562

-

 

IMPENDLE

R 211,807.20

 

4/11/2022

PTN 1 Lot 85 1815

Memo will be on route the 16/11/2022

       

4/11/2022

Farm Duart Casstle 9426

-

       

4/11/2022

REM Smithfield 14796

-

       

4/11/2022

PTN 2 LREM Crowle 2260

-

       

4/11/2022

PTN 2 Lot 85 1815

-

       

4/11/2022

REM PTN 8 New Forncett 13651

-

       

4/11/2022

PTN 5 Crowle 2260

-

       

4/11/2022

LOT FP 289 8554

-

       

4/11/2022

REM Lot 93 1821

-

       

4/11/2022

PTN 1 LOT 93 1821

-

       

4/11/2022

REM Lot 85 1815

-

LIMP

 

 

 

Elias Motswaledi Municipality

R 4,896,191.68

R 17,822,435.61

2022/23

552

-

 

Makhuduthamaga Municipality

R 1,964,144.00

 

2022/23

239

-

 

Lepelle-Nkumpi Municipality

R 1,718,717.00

 

2022/23

241

-

 

Molemole Municipality

R 3,745,594.80

 

2022/23

244

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greater Letaba Municipality

R 871,003.01

 

2022/23

249

-

 

Makhado Municipality

R 3,328,895.52

 

2022/23

250

-

 

Musina Local Municipality

R 177,319.30

 

2022/23

252

-

 

Thulamela/Mutale Municipality

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 1,120,570.30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2022/23

253

-

       

2022/23

255

-

       

2022/23

256

-

       

2022/23

260

-

       

2022/23

262

-

       

2022/23

265

-

       

2022/23

268

-

       

2022/23

269

-

       

2022/23

270

-

       

2022/23

271

-

       

2022/23

274

-

       

2022/23

275

-

       

2022/23

276

-

       

2022/23

279

-

       

2022/23

305

-

       

2022/23

315

-

       

2022/23

316

-

       

2022/23

317

-

       

2022/23

321

-

       

2022/23

322

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

2022/23

323

-

       

2022/23

325

-

       

2022/23

327

-

       

2022/23

328

-

       

2022/23

329

-

       

2022/23

334

-

       

2022/23

334

-

       

2022/23

340

-

       

2022/23

341

-

       

2022/23

342

-

       

2022/23

343

-

       

2022/23

346

-

       

2022/23

348

-

       

2022/23

349

-

       

2022/23

353

-

       

2022/23

354

-

       

2022/23

356

-

       

2022/23

357

-

       

2022/23

362

-

       

2022/23

370

-

       

2022/23

374

-

       

2022/23

377

-

       

2022/23

384

-

       

2022/23

6

-

       

2022/23

73

-

       

2022/23

82

-

       

2022/23

86

-

       

2022/23

87

-

       

2022/23

91

-

       

2022/23

143

-

       

2022/23

145

-

       

2022/23

154

-

       

2022/23

272

-

       

2022/23

275

-

       

2022/23

276

-

       

2022/23

277

-

       

2022/23

278

-

       

2022/23

305

-

       

2022/23

306

-

       

2022/23

308

-

       

2022/23

309

-

       

2022/23

310

-

       

2022/23

311

-

       

2022/23

312

-

       

2022/23

313

-

       

2022/23

324

-

       

2022/23

326

-

       

2022/23

328

-

       

2022/23

329

-

       

2022/23

360

-

       

2022/23

365

-

       

2022/23

370

-

       

2022/23

438

-

       

2022/23

440

-

       

2022/23

684

-

       

2022/23

685

-

       

2022/23

687

-

       

2022/23

688

-

       

2022/23

689

-

       

2022/23

691

-

       

2022/23

692

-

       

2022/23

196

-

       

2022/23

525

-

       

2022/23

526

-

       

2022/23

527

-

       

2022/23

59

-

       

2022/23

81

-

       

2022/23

82

-

       

2022/23

92

-

       

2022/23

101

-

       

2022/23

104

-

       

2022/23

105

-

       

2022/23

106

-

       

2022/23

112

-

       

2022/23

113

-

       

2022/23

114

-

       

2022/23

123

-

       

2022/23

164

-

       

2022/23

168

-

       

2022/23

170

-

       

2022/23

198

-

WC

BERGRIVIER MUNICIPALITY

R 1,388,229.11

R 1,710,533.38

from 2015 to 2022

FARM RIETKLOOF

In Head Office for Payment: The municipality previously sent invoices starting from 2017 but their system could not go back as far as 2015 and the department needed a letter writing off the information but through engagement we went to the municipality and they were able to provide us with the information we needed hence this big amount to be paid

 

GEORGE MUNICIPALITY

R 4,534.14

 

 

FARM NO.321

In Head Office for payment

 

GEORGE MUNICIPALITY

R 2,542.41

 

2021/2022

WELGEMEED

In Head Office for payment

 

GEORGE MUNICIPALITY

R 1,978.71

 

2021/2022

GOLD DIGGINGS

In Head Office for payment

 

GEORGE MUNICIPALITY

R 37,863.38

 

2021/2022

LANGFONTEIN

In Head Office for payment

 

GEORGE MUNICIPALITY

R 8,005.32

 

2021/2022

KRANSFONTEIN

In Head Office for payment

 

SALDAHNA MUNICIPALITY

R 161,323.11

 

2021/2022

 CALEDONIA

In Head Office for payment

 

DRAKENSTEIN MUNICIPALITY

R 44,320.10

 

Sep-22

 BELLEVUE

The municipality has been paid part of this amount allocation has not been done by municipality we are department will be paying what is owing according to their records

 

WITZENBERG MUNICIPALITY

R 61,737.10

 

2021/2022

 OSDAM ABBATOIR

In the process for payment

NW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MORETELE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 6,000,000.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R 21,800,525.42

2021 - 2022

BEZUIDENHOUTSKRAAL 96.1

-

       

2021 - 2022

BEZUIDENHOUTSKRAAL 96.2

-

       

2021 - 2022

BEZUIDENHOUTSKRAAL 96.3

-

       

2021 - 2022

BEZUIDENHOUTSKRAAL 96.4

-

       

2021 - 2022

BEZUIDENHOUTSKRAAL 96.6

-

       

2021 - 2022

BEZUIDENHOUTSKRAAL 96.7

-

       

2021 - 2022

COMO

-

       

2021 - 2022

DE GRENS 168.22

-

       

2021 - 2022

DE GRENS 168.6

-

       

2021 - 2022

DE GRENS 168.7

-

       

2021 - 2022

DE GRENS 168.8

-

       

2021 - 2022

DE GRENS 168.20

-

       

2021 - 2022

DE GRENS 168.63

-

       

2021 - 2022

DOORNDRAAI 12.0

-

       

2021 - 2022

FARM RUIGTESLOOT 160.2

-

       

2021 - 2022

FARM RUIGTESLOOT 160.130

-

       

2021 - 2022

FARM RUIGTESLOOT 160.137

-

       

2021 - 2022

FARM RUIGTESLOOT 160.320

-

       

2021 - 2022

HAAKDOORNLAAGTE 167.0

-

       

2021 - 2022

HAAKDOORNLAAGTE 167.1

-

       

2021 - 2022

HAAKDOORNLAAGTE 167.2

-

       

2021 - 2022

SYFERSKUIL 15.2

-

       

2021 - 2022

SYFERSKUIL 15.3 (1)

-

       

2021 - 2022

SYFERSKUIL 15.4

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2021 - 2022

VOORUITZICHT 7.1

-

       

2021 - 2022

WORCESTER 481.1

-

       

2021 - 2022

WORCESTER 481.2

-

       

2021 - 2022

WYNANDSKRAAL 64.3

-

       

2021 - 2022

WYNANDSKRAAL 64.4

-

       

2021 - 2022

BUFFELSDRIFT 51.2

-

       

2021 - 2022

BUFFELSDRIFT 51.3

-

       

2021 - 2022

WITGAATBOOM 65.4

-

       

2021 - 2022

WITGAATBOOM 65.0

-

       

2021 - 2022

RHNENOSTERDRIFT 172.1

-

       

2021 - 2022

RHNENOSTERDRIFT 172.2

-

       

2021 - 2022

RHNENOSTERDRIFT 172.5

-

       

2021 - 2022

RHNENOSTERDRIFT 172.8

-

       

2021 - 2022

RHNENOSTERDRIFT 172.9

-

 

 

 

 

KGETLENG

 

 

 

R 1,041,417.32

 

 

 

 

2019 - 2022

R/E Of Ptn 2 Of Farm Goedgedacht No.377 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 3 Of Farm Goede Hoop No.490 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 11 Of Farm Sterkstroom No.411 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 17 Of Farm Koornfontein No.385 JP

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 - 2022

Ptn 1 Of Farm Koornfontein No.385 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 17 (Of Ptn 1) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 16 (Ptn 1) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 11 (Of Ptn 1) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 12 (Of Ptn 1) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 10 (Of Ptn 1) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 9 (Of Ptn 1) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 20 (Of Ptn 13) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 35 (Of Ptn 15) Of Farm Doornkom No.418 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

R/E Of Ptn 2 Of Farm Winkelhaak No.403 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 5 (Of Ptn 1) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 31 (Of Ptn 1) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 39 (Of Ptn 1) Of Farm Brakspruit No.402 JP

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 - 2022

R/E Of Ptn 161 (Of Ptn 7) Of Farm Brakfontein No.404 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

R/E Of Ptn 0 Of Farm Cyferfontein No.401 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

R/E Of Ptn 4 Of Farm Bankdrift No.443 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 8 of farm Bankdrift No.443 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 26 of farm Bankdrift No.443 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 21 of farm Blokkloof No.422 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 24 (Of Ptn 3) Of Farm Otterfontein No.438 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 25 (Of Ptn 3) Of Farm Otterfontein No.438 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 26 (Of Ptn 3) Of Farm Otterfontein No.438 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

R/E Of Ptn 27 (Of Ptn 3) Of Farm Otterfontein No.438 JP

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 43 (Of Ptn 27) Of Farm Otterfontein No.438 JP

-

 

 

RATLOU

 

R14,759,108.10

 

 

2019 - 2022

Expath no 156\Ptn 2 of Expath No.206

-

       

2019 - 2022

Expath no 156\R/E of Ptn 1 of Expath No.206

-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 - 2022

Expath no 156\Ptn 5 of farm Expath No.206

-

       

2019 - 2022

Shepards Bush\R/E of Ptn 0 of Sherpards Bush No.178

-

       

2019 - 2022

Dover\Ptn 2 of farm Dover 209 JO

-

       

2019 - 2022

Dover\Ptn 3 of farm Dover 209 JO

-

       

2019 - 2022

Dover\Ptn 4 of farm Dover 209 JO

-

       

2019 - 2022

Dover\Ptn 6 of farm Dover 209 JO

-

       

2019 - 2022

Dover\Rem of farm Dover 209 JO

-

       

2019 - 2022

Shaftsbury561 IO\Rem ext of Ptn 0 of Shaftburg No. 561 IO

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 2 of farm Vryhof No.518 IO

-

       

2019 - 2022

R/E Of Ptn 0 of Farm Kliparani No.519 IO

-

       

2019 - 2022

Ptn 2 of farm Kliparani No.519 IO

-

NC

 

 

 

 

 

Gasegonyana Municipality

R 6,089,808.73

R 9,124,968.80

Mar-22

The farm Auod No 128

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm masadifontein No 140

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Compton No 169

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of ptn 1 (Rustfontein) of the farm Fairfield No 153

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 2(Excelsior)(a ptn of ptn 1) of the farm Fairfield No 153

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 3 (Bothasdal)(a ptn of ptn 1) of the farm Fairfield No 153

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Westderby No 164

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 1 (Bothaville) of the farm West Derby No 164

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 2(Wesrand) of the farm West Derby No 164

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 3(Doringbult) of the farm Westderby No 164

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 4(Gamorei) of the farm West Derby No 164

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Phakane 165

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of ptn 1(Sweethome) of the farm Phakhane No 165

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of ptn 2(a ptn of ptn 1) of the farm Phakhane No 165

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 3(a ptn of ptn 3) of the farm Phakhane No 165

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 4 (Subsidie) of the farm Phakhane No 165

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Yale No 168

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 1(Schik Rust) of the farm Yale No 168

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 3 of the farm Yale No 168

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Harvard No 171

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 1 of the farm Harvard No 168

-

       

Mar-22

The farm Thamoanche No 212

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Kuruman Reserve No 690

-

       

Mar-22

The farm No 715

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm No 720

-

       

Mar-22

The farm No 721

-

 

Sol Plaatje Municipality

R 215,916.64

 

Mar-22

Remainder of the Farm Rust en Vrede No 83

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the Farm Welgevonden No 84

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the Farm Vaal Bosch Hoek No 85

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the Farm Doornlaagte No 97

-

 

Dawid Kruiper Municipality

R 2,041,603.52

 

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Grootwitpan No 327

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 34 of lot 445 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 35 of lot 445 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 36 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 254 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 255 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 257 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 609 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 611 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 612 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 613 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 614 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 616 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 704 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 705 Karos

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 21 (Duinplaas) of the farm Kalahari West No 251

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 23 (Tierkop) of the farm Kalahari West No 251

-

       

Mar-22

The farm Ceres No 373

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 6 (a ptn of ptn 2) of the farm Rooipoort No 315

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 1 of the farm Abiquasputs South No 227

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 1 of the farm Verloren Rivier No 240

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 6 of the farm Springbok Vlei No 239

-

       

Mar-22

The farm Elandsvlei No 339

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 1 of the farm Vilander No 318

-

       

Mar-22

The farm Loch Na Gar No 217

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 1 of the farm Loch Leven No 215

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 6 of the farm Eenbeker No 220

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 112 (Koeipan) of the farm Kalahari West No 251

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder ptn 3 (a ptn of ptn 1) of the farm Norokei No 317

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 12 of the farm Kurrees No 369

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 150 (a ptn of ptn 17) of the farm Kalahari West No 251

-

       

Mar-22

The farm Langhoek No 311

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Vilander No 318

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 95 (Vooruitsig) of the farm Kalahari West No 251

-

 

Karreeberg Municipality

R 151,486.45

 

Mar-22

Ptn 1 of the farm Kalk Bult No 241

-

       

Mar-22

Ptn 63 (Potsepan) of the farm Kalaharis West No 251

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 7 (a portion of Portion 1) of the farm Van Wyks Kloof No. 39, Carnarvon RD

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of Portion 2(Kransfontein East) (portion of Portion 1) of the farm Titus Pan No. 136, Prieska RD

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 3 (Kransfontein Noord) (a portion of Portion 2) of the farm Titus Pan No. 136, Prieska RD

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 4 (Kransfontein Huis) (portion of Portion 2) of the farm Titus Pan no. 136, Prieska RD

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Kalkput No. 137, Prieska RD

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 1 of the farm Kalk-Put No. 137, Prieska RD

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 17 (Vleiplaas) (porion of Portion 6) of the farm Kareebosch Fontyn No. 78, Carnarvon RD

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 2 (Goodhope) of the farm Naauwe Kloof No. 122, Prieska RD

-

 

Thembelihle Municipality

R 23,374.66

 

Mar-22

Portion 4 (Klein Doorn-Pan A) of the farm Klein Doorn-Pan No. 133, Prieska RD

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 1(annex) Brak Pan) of the farm Droge Dam No 199

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of portion 1 of the farm Brak Pan No 204

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 2 (Vlak Pan) of the farm Brak Pan No 204

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Brak Pan No 204

-

 

Kheis! Municipality

R 602,778.80

 

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Rooisand No. 387, Gordonia RD

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of the farm Poortjes No. 317, Kenhardt RD

-

       

Mar-22

Remainder of Portion 1 of the farm Rooisand No. 387, Gordonia RD

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 5 of the farm Rooisand No. 387, Gordonia RD

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 7 (a portion of Portion 2) of the farm Rooisand No. 387, Gordonia RD

-

       

Mar-22

Portion 4 of the farm Hedley Plains No. 266, Kenhardt RD

-

GP

City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality

R10,346,342.80

R 45,545,844.81

Mar-11

122

-

 

City of Joburg Metropolitan Municipality

R 4,136,131.75

 

Nov-14

17

-

 

Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality

R 3,235,545.00

 

Aug-12

11

-

 

Randwest Local Municipality

R 4,920,891.14

 

Jul-15

33

-

 

Mogale City Local Municipalities

R 4,331,668.22

 

Sep-20

45

-

 

Midvaal Local Municipality

R 2,841,329.00

 

Mar-19

15

-

 

Merafong Local Municipality

R 641,594.20

 

Mar-19

16

-

 

Lesedi Local Municipality

R 6,676,089.70

 

Apr-19

56

-

 

Emfuleni Local Municipality

R 8,416,253.00

 

Apr-18

78

-

 

TOTAL

 

R 200,656,558.83

     

13 December 2022 - NW4243

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Cebekhulu, Inkosi RN to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

In light of the R3,2 billion Blended Finance Scheme with the Land Bank to assist farmers in which her department and the specified bank have each invested R325 million in each year, which will effectively result in the creation of a R650 million fund a year which will grow to R1,95 billion in three years, how does she and her department plan to ensure that (a) funds are not wasted through corruption and wasteful expenditure and (b) the fund benefits small and medium-scale farmers?

Reply:

a) To ensure that funds are not wasted through corruption and wasteful expenditure the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) has done the following:

  • Defined the categories of producers (smallholder, medium commercial and large commercial) to be supported through Blended Finance Scheme;
  • Developed the grant gliding scale per category of farmer to be supported which clearly outlines the grant cap per producer category that cannot be exceeded;
  • Ensured that the operational manual clearly spell out processes to be followed before funds are released to qualifying beneficiaries;
  • Ensured that there is a checklist that guides the Fund Administrator on what information should be produced before payments are made; and
  • Furthermore, the credit committee’s responsibility is to ensure that only commercially viable applications are supported and the grant caps per category are not exceeded.

b) To ensure the fund benefits smallholder and medium scale commercial farmers the DALRRD has done the following:

  • Signed an agreement with Land Bank to prioritise only smallholder and medium scale commercial farmers;
  • Developed the Economic Benefit Criteria calculator that automatically reject large scale producer applications once the information of the farmer is populated into the calculator;
  • The Blended Finance Scheme Steering Committee will receive performance reports from the bank and evaluate if the programme is being implemented as agreed, and the targeted beneficiaries are being supported; and
  • The scheme will be subjected to audit by the bank annually to assess if the programme is being implemented as agreed and if the controls put in place are adequate.

13 December 2022 - NW4508

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Kruger, Mr HC to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What number of business incubators that operate within the agricultural sector are (a) government funded (b) privately funded and (c) internationally funded?

Reply:

The management of business incubators is not within the mandate of the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development. This mandate is with Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA).

(a),(b),(c) Falls away.

13 December 2022 - NW4537

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Cebekhulu, Inkosi RN to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

With reference to the trained youth under the National Rural Youth Service Corps (NARYSEC) and the current non-quantifiable socio-economic impact of the members of the NARYSEC corps, what are the relevant details of the steps that she and/or her department is taking to provide the youth with support and assistance which will assist them with the use of their skills to make a living and ultimately allow the entry into the economy?

Reply:

The Minister of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development approved a revised NARYSEC Policy, 2022, to ensure youth will be recruited with the purpose of securing employment opportunities on graduation. The Department achieves this by signing employment agreements with government and the private sector stakeholders.

The 2010 Narysec Policy recruited youth with the sole purpose of up-skilling youth to enter the job market, but this policy didn’t result in the desired employment creation opportunities.

The new revised Narysec Policy, 2022 focuses on three main intervention areas for sustained employment, by recruiting youth for skills development programmes based on the following:

  • negotiated guaranteed, job placement opportunities after graduation;
  • established youth enterprises supported by the Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA) and the Department of Small Business; and
  • re-skilling/training and provision of job placement opportunities for youth trained under the 2010 Narysec Policy.

13 December 2022 - NW4620

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Given that the high inflationary environment has meant that most emerging farmers are shouldering high input costs as they prepare for the 2022-23 farming season, what steps has her department taken to cushion emerging farmers against high input costs in order to ensure a successful farming season?

Reply:

The below three tables highlight in summary, the state of readiness with regards to the upcoming planting season. The funds are made available to assist producers with production inputs.

  • Table 1 depicts the different commodities and the hectares to be covered. In total approximately 81 000 of hectares will be planted with different commodities;
  • Table 2 depicts the state of preparation of hectares per province;
  • Table 3 depicts cost incurred on grain production support; and
  • Based on the data received from all provinces, a total of 29 514 producers will benefit from the intervention. This constitutes 11 809 males and 17 704 females.

A1 Table 1- Planned Ha under production per commodity in 2022/23

COMMODITIES

EC

FS

GP

KZN

LP

MP

NC

NW

WC

TOTAL

FRUIT

24

 0

0

0

291

10

0

10

17.8

352.8

WINE & TABLE GRAPES

 0

 0

 

0

0

0

0

12.8

12.8

VEGETABLES

1 216

12

200

2 073

878

1 140

140

267

30

5 756

GRAINS (MAIZE, DRY BEANS, GROUNDNUTS, WHEAT, SUNFLOWER, SORGHUM)

26 660

1 414

4 000

10 465

6 314

15 050

200

11000

848

71 951

MACADAMIA/ NUTS

 0

 0

 

30

0

0

0

24

0

54

CHICORY

40

 0

 

0

0

0

0

 0

0

40

COTTON

 0

 0

 

0

462

0

0

 0

0

462

FODDER

1 845

210

0

0

0

0

0

110

206.3

2 371.3

TOTAL

29 785

1 636

4 200

12 568

7 945

16 200

340

11 411

1 114.9

80 999.9

A2: Progress overall – Table 2

Province

Planned hectares

Land preparation done

HA planted

HA harvested

Budget Allocated - RANDS

EC

28 529

0

0

0

125 000 000

FS

1 636

654.4

0

0

39 870 000

GP

4 200

       

KZN

12 568

1 344

1 144

0

55 542 000

LP

7 945

0

0

0

46 256 000

MP

16 240

8 460

921.9

602

42 069,00

NC

200

0

0

0

5 000 000

NW

11 411

555

0

0

54 401 328

WC

1 114.9

1 114.9

1 114.9

8

12 998 835

Total

83 843.9

12 128.3

3 180.8

610

292 900 488

A3 COSTS INCURRED – Table 3

PROVINCE

TARGETED HECTARES

SEEDS ORDERED AND DELIVERED

FERTILIZER ORDERED

MECHANISATION UNITS (TRACTORS)

PESTICIDES (LITRES)

TOTAL COSTS INCURRED

   

TONS

COSTS INCURED

(Rands)

TONS

COSTS INCURED

(Rands)

REPAIR / MAINTENANCE

COSTS INCURRED

(Rands)

LITRES

COSTS INCURRED

(Rands)

(Rands)

EC

28 529

226

27 150 552

1 103

24 167 293

Not yet contracted

Not yet contracted

846

1 124 114

52 441 959

FS

1 636

TRANSFERS TO BENEFICIARY HOLDING ACCOUNT

26 340 000

GP

4810

70.750

11 595 660

1 000

13 000 000

None

N/A

240

56 400

24 639 060

KZN

22 310

61

7 216 838

0

0

12

810 470

0

0

8 027 308

LP

7 945

0

0

0

0

0

4 080 000

38 914 liters &

4 988 kg

4 520 000

4 928 000

MP

16 200

274.7

40 418 812

1 100.1

23 297 371

58

600 000

43 050

5 567 035

69 883 218

NC

200

None

None

None

None

0

0

0

0

 

NW

9489

63

8 026 840

1088

19 388 972

0

0

4900

691 902

28 057 714

WC

321.3

134

765 143

237

1 437 911.08

0

118 000

1 198

1 034 112.50

3 355 166.58

TOTAL

91 440.3

829.45

95 173 845

4 528.1

81 291 547.08

70

5 608 470

89 148

12 993 563.5

217 672 425.58

13 December 2022 - NW4464

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Breedt, Ms T to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether she will furnish Ms T Breedt with a breakdown of how the R3,2 billion of the Blended Finance Scheme (BFS) launched by her department and the Land Bank to assist farmers, as indicated in the media statement dated 24 October 2022, will be spent; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) what are the requirements to qualify for the BFS; (3) how will the funds be broken down demographically; (4) whether she will make a statement on the matter; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. Yes the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) has committed R325 million annually for the next three years and has signed an agreement with Land Bank for 10 years, bringing the commitment of DALRDD to not less than R3,25 billion over the 10 year period.

The funds will be used to blend with the loan that Land Bank will issue to black smallholder and medium scale commercial producers at 60% grant for smallholder producers but not exceeding R15 million per transaction and 50% grant for medium scale commercial producers but not exceeding R30 million per transaction.

The Blended Fund facility will be used by the parties to provide loan and grant funding to black producers or majority black owned enterprises for:

  • The acquisition of primary agricultural land parcels and/or commercially viable agricultural sector value chain operating entities (agri-businesses);
  • Support existing operations for expansion in production on privately owned or land reform farms (Brownfields and Greenfields operations);
  • The purchasing of capital equipment and infrastructure (“CAPEX”);
  • Working capital and/or production loan (“Production Facility”); and
  • Insurance pool provision for subsidisation of insurance cover for the applicable farmers (capped at 6% (six percent) of each total Grant Funding Facility amount).

2. The following are the requirements to qualify for Blended Finance Scheme:

  • South African citizens with a valid identity document involved in agriculture or value adding enterprises;
  • Black owned and managed farming enterprises that are commercially viable in commodities prioritised in the AAMP, Aquaculture and Forestry;
  • In the case of Joint Ventures, the non-black partner should have 40% but not less than 26% ownership in the enterprise;
  • Enterprises with 10% Farm worker profit sharing;
  • Transactions that are youth owned, women owned or owned by people with disability and military veterans; and
  • Qualifying applicants who are 60 years and above but demonstrate evidence of a successor.

3. This is a national scheme accessible to all provinces equally. The scheme is demand driven and will support applicants from all provinces. The steering committee will evaluate the spread of support and address any poor take-up from any province by engaging the bank officials in that province as well as the relevant department of agriculture.

4. No. A statement was made at the launch on 24 October 2022, which was broadcasted in local newspapers and the SABC news.

13 December 2022 - NW4366

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Kruger, Mr HC to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether small-, medium- and micro-enterprise farmers are defined in her department’s policies on the agricultural sector; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

In terms of the Beneficiary Selection and Land Allocation Policy, producers in the agricultural sector are categorised as follows:

  • Household Producer (Vulnerable)”: Is defined as a producer or entity that produces primarily for household consumption[1] and has limited resources and skills to operate a market-oriented production system. This category includes child headed households and households producing on communal land and commonages that are registered as indigents or they meet the criteria for registration as indigents with their municipality.
  • “Household Producer (Subsistence)”: Is defined as a producer or entity that produces primarily for household consumption. These producers are not or would not be classified as indigents by their municipality. They may market limited surplus production with an annual turnover of less than R50 000.
  • “Medium Scale Commercial Producer”: Is defined as an individual or entity that produces and sells agricultural commodities for the purpose of making a profit. These are established enterprises producing for market to make a profit with an annual turnover ranging from R1 000 001 – R10 million) and are eligible for VAT registration.

These categorisations are also contained and expanded on as outlined in the draft National Policy on Comprehensive Producer Development Support.

  1. The word household consumption includes own use of non-edible agricultural products such as cotton etc.

13 December 2022 - NW4312

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Cebekhulu, Inkosi RN to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether, with regard to the steep challenges the Republic is facing in relation to issues such as food insecurity and unemployment, her department has improved its rural strategy which would promote and increase rural incomes; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (2) whether, considering that importing food increases the cost of food for South Africans, her department has considered the establishment and/or support of a southern regional trade bloc as a way to create a more food secure region through the exploitation of diversity in the region; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

1. Yes. The Integrated Rural Development Sector Strategy is being processed for gazetting for public comments in the second quarter of 2023. The strategy focuses on strengthening four pillars:

  • The rural economy;
  • Community and human development;
  • Rural safety and social cohesion; and
  • Cooperative governance and local government.

The Strategy seeks to coordinate and manage sectoral rural development interventions and catalytic projects addressing challenges facing rural communities in line with the National Development Plan (2030) and District Development Model (DDM).

Some of the work mentioned in the strategy has commenced already. These include improving farm access and village access rural roads, working with the Department of Cooperative Governance (DCOG) and Provincial Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development in the identification and establishment of 5 agri-hubs and agro-processing facilities; supporting at least 71 farmer production support units to become functional to adequately support smallholder farmers for food production and commercial activities by 2024 and to implement, in the medium to long-term, the development and support of 7 other agri-parks including identification, drawing and locking in of investors through a dedicated investment strategy. This also includes targeted land redistribution to rural women, youth and persons with disabilities.

The strategy also emphasises working with the key sector departments on other rural economic challenges e.g., the rehabilitation of dams and rural bridges. The Department has further aligned the strategy with the Agriculture and Agro-Processing Masterplan, working with the National House on Traditional and Khoi-San Leadership, and will identify catalytic projects in terms of the 8 other approved masterplans with the relevant lead departments.

The strategy is aligned to the Rural Safety Strategy and the Department currently participates in the Rural Safety Priority Committees. The Department will also partner with the Department of Basic Education on the development of Early Childhood Development Centres (ECDs) in rural areas and the scaling up of the Rural Education Assistant Programme in collaboration with the Department of Basic Education, targeting unemployed rural youth to improve literacy and numeracy in rural schools.

2. The decision to establish regional trade blocks is beyond the scope of the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development. Such decisions are usually led by the Department of International Relations and Trade and the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition. Additionally, the Republic of South Africa has ratified the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), which works through the regional value chains to promote food security initiatives in the continent. One of the regional value chains that are promoted under the AfCFTA is agriculture and agro-processing. Under the afore-mentioned regional value chains, the various regional economic communities (REC’s) are encouraged to develop agricultural hubs that are aligned to prioritized commodities such as horticulture, grains, tea, poultry, etc.

13 December 2022 - NW3242

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Montwedi, Mr Mk to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What (a) is the total number of black farmers who have benefited from the commercialisation programme of her department since its introduction and (b) total number of farmers have benefited from the specified programme through the Industrial Development Corporation as the implementing agent?

Reply:

(a),(b) Please refer to the Annexure A below.

ANNEXURE A OF NA-QUES 3242 OF 2022

  1. Total number of black farmers who have benefitted from the commercialisation programme since induction:

BLENDED FINANCE (with Land Bank

AGRI BEE

NRMDP

National Red Meat Development Programme

Blended finance: with Industrial Development Finance (IDC)

There are currently 7 transactions that Land Bank approved for Blended Finance during the proof-of-concept phase in 2018 to a total funding of R163 million as shown in table below

10 Agribusinesses (black producers) as of 31 October

2022.

Total of 10 black producers who have benefitted.

  1. The Department entered into a strategic partnership with the National Agricultural Marketing Council (NAMC) to implement the National Red Meat Development Programme (NRMDP). The programme facilitated market access (formal and informal) for Black smallholder farmers who are most disadvantaged. The NRMDP was implemented in three (3) Provinces namely: Eastern Cape, KwaZulu Natal and North West.

Eastern Cape (EC):

  • Animal intake= 571
  • Animals sold = 508
  • Farmers benefitted = 336
  • Income generated = R2 876 238

KwaZulu Natal (KZN):

  • Animal intake= 51
  • Animals sold = 790
  • Farmers benefitted = 384
  • Income generated: R 7 222 195

North West (Taung CFP):

  • Animal intake= 71
  • Animals sold = 84
  • Farmers benefitted = 33
  • Income generated: R464 000

Total of 753 farmers who have benefitted.

The NRMDP focuses on improving market access for smallholder farmers in order to facilitate participation in Agri-value chains. Project activities include construction of custom feeding centres, establishment of pasture fields as well as establishment of processing facilities for improved access to high value markets.

  1. Farmers were supported in terms of market information, compliance to Good Agricultural Practice (GAP), packaging, quality control, consistency, transportation and other logistic planning and business linkages with potential buyers. The market access facilitation programme enables the NAMC to contribute to making the agricultural sector more inclusive and viable as a contributor to economic growth and transformation.

During the 2021/22 financial year, the NAMC linked 141 black smallholder farmers into the market through its market access facilitation programme.

Received applications/ Evaluation: The Dalrrd has a signed agreement with the IDC committing R1 billion over 5 years. The IDC has received R400 million as at end June 2022 and has since evaluated 28 transactions requiring total funding of R1.5 billion at end June 2022

Approved:

13 Transactions to a combined value of R531 million of which R193 million is a grant have been approved for funding at end June 2022 and creating 295 jobs as shown in the table

DALRRD / LAND BANK PROOF OF CONCEPT STAGE (INITIATED IN 2018)

No.

Commodity

Province

Total project Value

Grant Amount

Loan Amount

Total Jobs

1.

Poultry

North West

R17 357 500,00

R13 857 500,00

R5 300 000,00

8

2.

Beef and Poultry

North West

R10 004 572,25

R2 504 572,25

R7 500 000,00

29

3.

Mixed Crop

North West

R55 000 000,00

R35 500 000,00

R19 500 000,00

5

4.

Sugarcane

KwaZulu Natal

R15 000 000,00

R7 000 000,00

R8 000 000,00

13

5.

Livestock

Northern Cape

R8 151 828,00

R4 000 000,00

R4 151 828,00

3

6.

Mixed Farming

Mpumalanga

R51 386 000,00

R33 826 000,00

R17 560 000,00

23

7.

Poultry

Gauteng

R6 852 544,00

R4 710 310,00

R2 142 234,00

7

 

 Total

R163 752 444,25

R101 398 382,25

R64 154 062,00

88

 

DALRRD AGRIBEE FUND

No.

Commodity

Province

Total project Value

Grant Amount

Own contribution

Total Jobs

1.

Fruit

Limpopo

R4 767 000,00

R4 290 300.00

R476 700,00

10

2.

Fruit

Western Cape

R5 431 970.00

R4 345 576,00

R1 086 394,00

20

3.

Vegetable

Limpopo

R8 196 184,00

R6 556 947,20

R1 639 236,80

40

4.

Timber

KwaZulu-Natal

R4 850 017,85

R4 365 016,07

R485 001,79

2

5.

Nuts and vegetables

Mpumalanga

R1 871 939,29

R1 684 745,36

R187 193,93

43

6.

Fruit

Western Cape

R4 998 991,20

R4 499 092,08

R499 899,12

10

7.

Livestock

Gauteng

R4 979 738.00

R4 481 764.20

R497 973,80

18

8.

Fruit

Western Cape

R4 999 999,39

R4 499 999,45

R499 999,94

20

9.

Vegetable

Western Cape

R15 691 157,34

R12 552 925,87

R3 138 231,47

25

10.

Fruit and vegetables

KwaZulu-Natal

R4 950 044,57

R4 455 040,11

R495 004,46

10

 

 Total

R60 737 041.65

R51 731 406,34

R9 005 635,31

198

 

  1. Total number of black farmers who have benefited from the specified programme through the Industrial Development Corporation as the implementing agent.

Received applications per subsector

Subsector

#Transactions

Total Fund

R’000

Grant

R’000

Loan

R’000

Estimated Jobs

Horticulture

7

764 000

183 000

581 000

860

Poultry

14

589 000

179 000

410 000

403

Piggery

3

60 000

22 000

38 000

20

Forestry

2

49 000

19 600

24 400

10

Sauces & Beverages

2

40 000

16 000

24 000

40

Total

28

1 502 000

419 600

1 077 000

1 333

Approved applications

No

Commodity

Province

Total project Value

AIF Grant Amount

Loan Amount

Total Jobs

1

Poultry

Free State

22 679 211,00

8 472 368,00

14 206 843,00

17

2

Poultry

North West

78 991 308,00

27 494 368,00

51 496 940,00

37

3

Poultry

Mpumalanga

66 096 356,00

22 607 428,00

43 488 928,00

24

4

Vegetable processing

Gauteng

10 000 000,00

4 000 000,00

6 000 000,00

32

5

Poultry

Limpopo

36 790 000,00

12 716 000,00

24 074 000,00

22

6

Poultry

Limpopo

43 726 000,00

19 076 000,00

24 650 000,00

40

7

Poultry

Gauteng

65 131 667,00

22 706 667,00

42 425 000,00

25

8

Poultry

Free State

49 826 000,00

19 300 000,00

30 526 000,00

13

9

Poultry

Mpumalanga

52 085 365,00

18 168 823,00

33 916 542,00

21

10

Poultry

Gauteng

68 342 000,00

23 510 000,00

44 832 000,00

16

11

Dairy Processing

Gauteng

7 200 000,00

2 800 000,00

4 400 000,00

12

12

Pastry agroprocessing

Western Cape

4 688 701,00

1 667 226,00

3 021 475,00

10

13

Forestry

KwaZulu Natal

25 000 000,00

10 000 000,00

15 000 000,00

26

     

530 556 608,00

192 518 880,00

338 037 728,00

295

01 December 2022 - NW3682

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Tito, Ms LF to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Noting how communal property associations are not regulated to an extent that they abuse the elderly beneficiaries out from an otherwise well-meaning restitution programme, what measures has she taken to extend the powers of her department, so as to deal with the office bearers of communal property associations who fleece the beneficiaries?

Reply:

Section 11 of the Communal Property Association Act 28 of 1996 provides for:

“An association or provisional association registered under this Act shall, at the prescribed times, furnish prescribed documents and information to the Director-General in order to enable him or her to monitor compliance with the provisions of the relevant constitution and this Act”.

The Director-General may undertake an inspection of the affairs of an association or provisional association. The Director General may; for the purposes of this ‘section-

  • inspect and remove for copying any records, reports and other documents relating to the affairs of an association or provisional association; and
  • subpoena persons who may have relevant information or documentation in respect of the affairs of an association or provisional association to appear before him or her to provide information or documentation in relation to the affairs of the association or provisional association, if the attendance of such persons cannot reasonably be procured otherwise.”

01 December 2022 - NW3293

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Cebekhulu, Inkosi RN to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

(1) With regard to the increase in land invasions, more so in rural areas, what measures has her department put in place to ensure the security of land boundaries. (2) whether there have been stricter protective measures for (a) women and (b) persons of colour in the attempts to protect land; if not, why not, in each specified case; if so, what are the relevant details in each specified case; (3) what are the relevant details of the steps that are being taken by her department to ensure that agricultural land is not compromised for residential developments, and simultaneously attending to the needs of those who seek land for residential purposes?

Reply:

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

WRITTEN REPLY

QUESTION 3293

1. Where the farms belong to the state, the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) makes use of the state land available by allocating the land in line with the Beneficiary Selection and Land Allocation Policy to deserving beneficiaries. Furthermore, if the land is invaded, the Department engages the invaders and where there are no agreements, legal processes are taken to legally evict invaders from state farms.

2. No.

(a) and (b) There are no stricter measures for women and persons with colour. Measures put in place are applicable to everyone utilizing state farms.

3. DALRRD administers the Subdivision of Agricultural Land Act (SALA), 1970 (Act No. 70 of 1970) to manage and preserve agricultural land for agricultural production.

Section 3(f) of SALA states that no area of jurisdiction, local area, development area, peri-urban area or other area referred to in paragraph (a) or (b) of the definition of 'agricultural land' in section 1, shall be established on, or enlarged so as to include, any land which is agricultural land. As such DALRRD receives and evaluates change of land use applications, assesses the development application based on the agricultural planning factors such as land capability, grazing capacity and crop suitability. Should the proposed residential development lead to direct and cumulative impact on agricultural production, the developer is advised to consider alternative site for balanced utilization of the natural resources.

To strengthen DALRRD’s abilities to preserve agricultural land, DALRRD developed the Preservation and Development of Agricultural land Bill which is currently in the parliamentary process. The Bill calls for the delineation of high potential and unique agricultural land for agricultural protection and for the establishment of agricultural sector plans.

To address the needs of those who seek land for residential development, DALRRD has embarked on a process to delineate areas of high potential agricultural land for cultivation and grazing purposes in order to guide the development based on the land capabilities for optimal use. Areas of low potential are demarcated for uses other than agriculture to accommodate other socio-economic activities.

DALRRD has developed guidelines to guide municipalities when developing land use schemes noting their roles in implementing the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013 (Act No.16 of 2013), specifically section (24) which stipulates that municipalities must develop a wall-to-wall Land Use Scheme (LUS) aimed to regulate the use of land within a municipal area.

DALRRD collaborates with municipalities on development of land use schemes to ensure proper zoning regarding the use of high potential agricultural land for agricultural purposes is implemented. DALRRD’s involvement on the land use scheme will aid the municipality to implement a balanced mechanism to cater for developments and agriculture without compromising sustainability.

Finally, the Beneficiary Selection and Land Allocation Policy is meant to allocate land for various purposes including for residential use.

01 December 2022 - NW4578

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What is the total number of women who have benefited from land reform programmes in each (a) province and (b) of the past three financial years?

Reply:

(a), (b) The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) in line with the Beneficiary Selection and Land Allocation Policy, allocated farms to 80 women amounting to 76 536 hectares in each province for the past three financial years. 10 052 female headed households benefited through the Restitution programme. Details for allocation per province are outlined in the tables below:

Redistribution:

Province

Hectares allocated to Females

Number of Females Allocated the Land

Eastern Cape

81

2

Free State

5,273

7

Gauteng

1,416

5

Kwazulu-Natal

5,921

14

Limpopo

5,043

5

Mpumalanga

2,227

9

North West

8,145

11

Northern Cape

40,913

13

Western Cape

7,517

14

Grand Total

76,536

80

Restitution:

Province

Female Headed Households

Eastern Cape

2 520

Free State

137

Gauteng

1 574

Kwazulu-Natal

2 245

Limpopo

2 194

Mpumalanga

1 014

Northern Cape

108

North West

74

Western Cape

186

TOTAL

10 052

01 December 2022 - NW4437

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Ceza, Mr K to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What measures of intervention has she taken with regard to managing the dispute that emanated from claims of the Qwabe clan lands by the Cele clan in Mthandeni to guard against possible spilling of blood in that area?

Reply:

The Cele Community lodged a land claim with the Commission on Restitution of Land Rights during the first window period to lodge land claims and the said claim was settled by the Commission in 2013 through land restoration. The land that has been restored to the Cele Community is as follows:

NO.

Property Description

Extent

Date of Registration

1

Ptn 7 of the Farm Lucasdale No 15690

50,0000

06 Jan 2010

2

Ptn 8 of the Farm Lucasdale No 15690

32.5573

10 Jul 2008

3

Farm Glendale C No 16996

183.8379

O6 August 2010

4

Remainder of the Farm Langespruit No 1180

1445.9431

10 Jul 2008

5

Remainder of Ptn 1 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

162.0266

10 Jul 2008

6

Remainder of Ptn 7 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

11.1288

26 Jul 2008

7

Portion 29 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

12.1406

25 Jul 2008

8

Portion 28 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

8.0937

08 Jan 2010

9

Portion 51 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

2.7236

10 Jul 2008

10

Portion 62 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

11.1288

04 Nov 2010

11

Remainder of the Farm Mount Albert No 3175

45.5308

10 Jul 2010

12

Portion 2 of the Farm Mount Albert No 3175

55.9723

10 Jul 2008

13

Portion 1 of the Farm Lot H No 3637

5414SQM

22 Aug 2008

14

Portion 2 of the Farm Lot H No 3637

2.9289

22 Aug 2008

15

Remainder of the Farm Taurus No 3841

188.7225

10 Jul 2008

16

Portion 5 of the Farm Taurus No 3841

4.0469

10 Jul 2008

17

Portion 9 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

12.1167

26 Jul 2008

18

Portion 15 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

20.2088

25 Jul 2008

19

Portion 27 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

8.0937

26 Jul 2008

20

Portion 29 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

4.0469

26 Jul 2008

21

Remainder of the Farm Rankin No 6543

37.4473

26 Jul 2008

22

Portion 9 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

10.1172

26 Jul 2008

23

Portion 10 of the Farm Hlangwini 3868

10.1172

26 Jul 2008

24

Remainder of Ptn 1 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

65.1878

 

25

Portion 26 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

20.2621

25 Jul 2008

26

Portion 17 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

6.0708

26 Jul 2008

27

Portion 12 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

117,3589

10 Jul 2008

28

Portion 16 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

20.2343

26 Jul 2008

29

Portion 27 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

4.0469

26 Jul 2008

30

Portion 28 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

16.1874

25 Jul 2008

31

Portion 17 of the Farm Badulsdale No 14004

10.1172

10 Sep 2008

32

Portion 6 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

81.0368

 

33

Portion 9 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

10.1172

26 Jul 2008

34

Portion 4 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

4.0469

29 Jul 2009

35

Portion 5 of the Farm ramsdale No 14536

20.2343

24 Jun 2011

36

Portion 11 of the Farm Langesboskop 15375

212.8510

04 Nov 2010

37

Portion 12 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

212.8214

04 Nov 2010

38

Portion 26 of the Farm Langesboskop No 15375

209.2871

04 Nov 2011

39

Portion 32 of the Farm Langesboskop No 15375

65.5670

04 Nov 2011

40

Portion 26 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

20.2621

25 Jul 2008

41

Portion 16 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

20.2103

 

42

Portion 1 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

65.1878

 

43

The Farm Glendale E No 17136

1019.1906

06 Aug 2010

44

The Farm Glendale F No 17137

456.8980

06 Aug 2010

45

Portion 12 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

12.1406

25 Nov 2011

46

Remainder of Portion 16 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

11.3312

25 Nov 2011

47

Portion 23 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

50.5868

14 Oct 2011

46

Portion 35 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

10.1172

04 Noember 2010

47

Portion 43 of the Farm Waterbosch No 1276

8094SQM

29 Jul 2009

48

Portion 4 of the Farm Waterbosch No 3772

7.6336

19 Aug 2013

49

Portion 5 of the Farm Linden No 3772

5.2676

10 Sep 2008

 

 

 

 

50

Remainder of Portion 2 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

5.0111

29 Jul 2009

51

Portion 5 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

9.1599

29 Jul 2009

52

Portion 6 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

35.2008

10 Sep 2008

53

Portion 10 of the Farm Hlangwini 3868

10.1172

26 Jul 2008

54

Portion 12 of the Farm Hlangwini No 3868

10.1174

10 Sep 2008

55

Portion 17 of the Farm Badulsdale No 14004

10.1172

20 Sep 2008

56

Portion 3 of the Farm Ramsdale No 14536

4.0469

29 Jul 2009

57

Portion 1 of the Farm Rankin No 6543

23.7396

22 Aug 2008

56

Portion 2 of the Farm Rankin No 6543

21.3522

22 Aug 2008

57

Rem of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

107.0744

26 Jul 2008

58

Portion 4 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

56.4917

26 Jul 2008

59

Portion 7 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

6.0703

06 Dec 2010

60

Portion 8 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

6.0703

06 Dec 2010

61

Portion 9 of the farm Badulsdale No 13004

6.0702

06 Dec 2010

62

Portion 10 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

6.0704

06 Dec 2010

63

Rem of Portion 16 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

20.2343

26 Jul 2008

64

Portion 27 of the Farm Badulsdale No 13004

4.0469

26 Jul 2008

65

Portion 1 of the Farm Kundale No 14535

18.4981

26 Jul 2008

66

Portion 13 of the Farm Langesboskop No 15375

514..8282

06 Dec 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

67

Portion 14 of the Farm Langesboskop No 15375

191.5772

29 Oct 2010

68

Portion 16 of the Farm Langesboskop No 15375

196.0397

29 Oct 2010

69

Portion 4 of the Farm Lucasdale No 15690

25.7175

10 Jul 2008

Similarly, the Qwabe Community lodged their land claim during the first window period of lodging land claims, but this claim has not yet been settled by the Commission. The properties that are the subject of the Qwabe land claim are as follows:

Number

Property

Number

1

Waterfall

1205

2

Glen Aryil

909

3

Lalucia

14634

4

Compensation

868

5

Lot

56931

6

La Mercy

15124

7

Doornkloof

1399

8

Hlangwini

3568

9

Badulsdale

13004

10

Hlanzane

3842

11

Licksdale

1180

12

Taurus

697

13

Grafton

2229

14

Hlanzane

3842

.

A comparative analysis of the properties that have been restored to Cele Community versus those that have been claimed by the Qwabe Community will reveal that there is no competition between the properties claimed by either of the two communities.

Finally, it is important to note that the restitution process deals with the restoration of land rights to individuals or communities who were dispossessed of their land rights after 19 June 1913, but does not extend to settling disputes regarding traditional boundaries of communities, which is what the dispute between the Qwabe Community and Cele Community may be about. The dispute about the jurisdictional boundaries must be referred to COGTA for resolution.

 

END

01 December 2022 - NW4340

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What is the extent of land owned by (a) her department and (b) entities reporting to her that (i) has exclusive rights and (ii) lease from the other state departments to (aa) use and (bb) occupy the land?

Reply:

a) The extent of land owned by the Department of agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) is 17 293 976 hectares.

b) The entity reporting to the Department of agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) in terms of the PFMA listing is the KwaZulu-Natal Ingonyama Trust Board, which owns no land, since the land vests in the Ingonyama as Trustee of Ingonyama Trust however, the Agricultural Research Council (ARC) owns 14 739.65064 hectares, while Onderstepoort Biological Products (OBP) has approximately 43 hectares.

(i), (ii)(aa)(bb) Falls Away.

01 December 2022 - NW3683

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

How has the African Continental Free Trade Area been used by her department as a policy instrument to gain markets for the Republic’s agricultural products?

Reply:

The Department has been part of the development and adoption of the agreed upon Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), and the Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) Policy Framework. The Department will, therefore, consistently apply this to gain markets through the harmonised standards that align the African SPS system with international science-based standards, border processes, sharing of information and technical capacity building.

This Policy Framework is guided by the World Trade Organisation SPS Agreement and International Standards Setting Organisation (Codex Alimentarius Commission (Codex), International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC), International Office of Epizootics (OIE). Therefore, South African agricultural products will gain markets through the harmonised standards and the specific protocols that would be negotiated at a bilateral level.

The AfCFTA market access pillar has been concluded with only a few outstanding technical issues, particularly the finalization of tariff offers, rules of origin and customs-related matters. At a policy level, the Department will domesticate the relevant legal policy instrument to facilitate the effective implementation of the Agreement. The AfCFTA Sanitary and Phytosanitary Annex will be incorporated into the DALRRD’s policy to process trade under the AfCFTA Agreement. This will help to ensure smooth access to the African market while ensuring that good quality standards in respect of food, plant & animal health are maintained. The Department will further embark upon trade promotion programmes to ensure detailed awareness and knowledge of the AfCFTA agreement and its market access requirements.

Through an Interdepartmental forum including the South African Revenue Services and the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (SARS and the dtic), the Department will also work to ensure that member countries respect and comply with the agreed rules of trade. Where implementation challenges arise, the Department, through this forum, will work to resolve them using the agreed legal instruments such as the Dispute Settlement Mechanism in the agreement.

30 November 2022 - NW4151

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Mbabama, Ms TM to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether her department provides a subsidy and/or grant for commercial farmers who provide access to electricity and water for former farmworkers and their families who reside on the farm; if not, what is the position in this regard; if so, what is the extent of the subsidy?

Reply:

No,

The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development does not provide any subsidy to commercial farmers in terms of the current legislation.

30 November 2022 - NW4153

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Montwedi, Mr Mk to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

With reference to the 2020-21 Annual Report wherein her department had set a target of 1 000 labour tenants applications to finalize, but only 108 applications were finalised, even though she had appointed a special master of labour tenants who has been working with her department to expedite the settlement of labour tenants land claim, (a) what total amount did her department spend on appointing the special master and (b) was there value for money in the appointment since her department failed dismally to meet the target of 1 000 claims to be finalised in the 2020-21 financial year?

Reply:

a) The Special Master was appointed by the Land Claims Court and not by the Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development.

b) Falls away.

30 November 2022 - NW4152

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Montwedi, Mr Mk to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

With reference to the 200 farmers in Kagisano Molopo Local Municipality in the North West that were allocated land in an area of about 300 000 ha in the former South African Development Trust farms, who have been struggling with underground water since they were allocated those farms whereas the former department of Land Affairs commissioned a study that advised the department to provide bulk water services to those farmers around 2004, but nothing has happened thus far, (a) what are the reasons that her department has failed to ensure that bulk water is supplied to the farmers and (b) what was the amount in loss of production as a result of her department’s failure to ensure the provision of bulk water supply to the farmers?

Reply:

a) The provision of bulk water services is the mandate of the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS). The project for bulk water supply at the time, was initiated by the District Municipality, Department of Water Affairs and their associated water management entities with whom the competence for water management, supply and distribution resides. The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) however, has a protocol in place with DWS on water for the sector related subject. DALRRD will therefore utilise this existing collaboration mechanism to refer this matter to DWS to look at the bulk water challenges for these producers.

Although water remains a scarce resource in the country and Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District in particular, it should further be noted that the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development has always ensured that where possible, South African Development Trust farms are not severely affected, through the following interventions:

  • Some farmers were drilled boreholes to use underground water in areas where water is available;
  • Farmers are continuously encouraged to cooperate with each other to jointly address water scarcity challenge and that had made their farming businesses profitable;

b) There has never been reports of production losses in the area (cattle production area) hence a high number of emerging farmers in this district. However, DALRRD will engage DWS, who is mandated for bulk water provision, to determine what can be done to resolve this matter.

30 November 2022 - NW4150

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the relevant details of her department’s readiness to deal with the season of locust outbreaks?

Reply:

The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) has appointed locust control contractors to control the locust outbreak in all locust outbreak areas in Eastern Cape, Free State, Northern Cape, and Western Cape Provinces.

Personal protective equipment for the locust control contractors has been procured. DALRRD will be providing spray pumps and pesticides for control of the locust outbreak.

DALRRD is also in the process of advertising a tender for appointment of a helicopter service provider to be on standby to complement the ground locust control contractors if a need arises.

25 November 2022 - NW2606

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Van Der Walt, Ms D to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What number of requests have been received by the Director-General of her department under section 11(6)(d) of the Communal Property Associations Act, Act 28 of 1996, to (a) require the members of an association to conduct an election for a new management committee where the integrity, impartiality of effectiveness of the incumbent committee or a member of that committee was placed in question, (b) undertake an enquiry into the activities of an association and (c) obtain annual financial records from an association since 1 January 2012?

Reply:

(a)(b),(c) None. Section 11(6)(d) of the Communal Property Associations Act, 1996 (No. 28 of 1996) does not make provision for members of an association to request the Director General of the Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development to conduct an election for a new management committee, undertake an enquiry into the activities of an association and obtain annual financial records from an association.

Section 11(6)(d) of the Communal Property Associations Act, 1996 (Act No. 28 of 1996) makes provision for Director General of the Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development to conduct an election for a new management committee, undertake an enquiry into the activities of an association and obtain annual financial records from an association.

25 November 2022 - NW3501

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Kruger, Mr HC to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What (a) number of skill development programmes for small-scale farmers does her department offer and (b) amount has her department spent on each respective skill development programme for entrepreneurs in each of the previous five financial years?

Reply:

a) The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) offers training and capacity-building programmes to smallholder farmers/producers with the Provincial Departments of Agriculture through the Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme (CASP). Skills development and mentorship was provided under the following 5 broad categories:

  • Production: livestock, pig, goat, poultry, vegetable/crop, plant, beef, dairy etc;
  • Business and Entrepreneurship: farm management, marketing, financial management, project management, organisational management, conflict management, record keeping;
  • Technical: welding, tractor and irrigation maintenance, fencing, etc;
  • Occupational Health and Safety: safe use of chemicals, first aid, pest control etc; and
  • Mentorship: people management skills, business management skills, production/technical skills and activities, social skills etc.

b) For the last 5 years, 2017/18 – 2021/22, DALRRD offered skills programmes and mentorship to 104 660 beneficiaries and R398 565 000 was spent as outlined below.

Table 1: Budget spent on training and mentorship per province per financial year for the previous 5 years (2017/18 - 2021/22):

Province

Year

Total Budget over 5 Years

 

2017/18

2018/19

2019/20

2020/21

2021/22

 

Eastern Cape

R5 773 000

R6 391 000

R8 600 000

R6 232 000

R16 201 000

R 43 197 000

Free State

R10 231 000

R7 194 000

R6 900 000

R8 700 000

R15 043 000

R 48 068 000

Gauteng

R9 307 000

R7 724 000

R7 489 000

R3 000 000

R8 100 000

R 35 620 000

KwaZulu-Natal

R7 100 000

R10 500 000

R8 000 000

R8 000 000

R15 043 000

R 48 643 000

Limpopo

R8 691 000

R9 165 000

R8 276 000

R10 000 000

R15 043 000

R 51 175 000

Mpumalanga

R7 322 000

R4 545 000

R7 033 000

R12 143 000

R13 886 100

R 44 929 100

Northern Cape

R2 800 000

R1 800 000

R1 500 000

R8 520 000

R9 257 400

R 23 877 400

North West

R10 695 000

R9 000 000

R13 767 000

R12 468 000

R13 886 100

R 59 816 100

Western Cape

R8 995 000

R9 406 000

R9 751 000

R5 830 000

R9 257 400

R 43 239 400

Total

R 70 914 000

R 65 725 000

R 71 316 000

R 74 893 000

R 115 717 000

R 398 565 000

Table 2: Number of beneficiaries trained per province per financial year for the previous 5 years (2017/18 - 2021/22):

Province

Year

Total Beneficiaries Trained over

5 Years

 

2017/18

2018/19

2019/20

2020/21

2021/22

 

Eastern Cape

2 137

2 919

1 683

1 108

1 550

9 397

Free State

1 816

0

402

811

1 221

4 250

Gauteng

3 373

4 130

698

154

1 526

9 881

KwaZulu-Natal

833

2 133

755

536

734

4 991

Limpopo

1 268

2 561

2 802

2 451

3 297

12 379

Mpumalanga

8 246

9 596

7 372

5 911

3 155

34 280

Northern Cape

1 854

2 416

2 201

1 206

295

7 972

North West

1 010

1 711

1224

488

1 193

5 626

Western Cape

2 943

1 693

1746

2 557

4 352

13 291

Total

23 480

27 159

18 883

15 222

17 323

102 067

Table 3: Number of beneficiaries who received mentorship per province per financial year for the previous 5 years (2017/18 - 2021/22):

Province

Year

Total Beneficiaries Mentored over

5 Years

 

2017/18

2018/19

2019/20

2020/21

2021/22

 

Eastern Cape

116

375

0

0

14

505

Free State

17

0

0

104

205

326

Gauteng

0

0

0

0

0

0

KwaZulu-Natal

0

0

0

343

81

424

Limpopo

57

73

71

119

103

423

Mpumalanga

43

200

65

0

262

570

Northern Cape

25

0

0

0

0

25

North West

14

0

0

30

0

44

Western Cape

36

159

9

37

35

276

Total

308

807

145

633

700

2 593

25 November 2022 - NW3263

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Shaik Emam, Mr AM to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Given the lessons we have learnt as a result of the war between Russia and Ukraine, what is her department doing to increase the production of (a) wheat, (b) maize and (c) other agricultural products to ensure that the Republic is self-sufficient?

Reply:

In order to ensure the production of key grains such as wheat, maize and other agricultural products the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) focuses its efforts on:

  • Breeding for high-yielding cultivars and distributing production guidelines;
  • Management of plant pests and diseases;
  • Release of new varieties with improved performance; and
  • Development support to black producers.

Breeding for high-yielding cultivars and distributing production guidelines:

a) DALRRD together with the Agricultural Research Council (ARC) collaborates with partners and role players across value chains to increase agricultural production and productivity of wheat, maize, and other agricultural products to ensure that the Republic is self-sufficient as follows:

  • Increase local production of wheat and reduce reliance on imports by breeding for high-yielding cultivars and distributing production guidelines and making information on cultivar choices widely available to producers across major wheat production areas. Production guidelines give farmers information about cultivars that yield more in their respective production areas. Furthermore, better price on wheat has encouraged more farmers to plant wheat this year than in previous years. Expansion of wheat production and other grains in the Eastern Cape is being pursued with a view to initiate wheat breeding programmes directed at releasing high-yielding cultivars for the Eastern Cape.

b) South Africa is currently self-sufficient in maize and is experiencing increased production levels in other crops such as soybean. The ARC conducts National Cultivar Evaluation Trials on an annual basis in collaboration with seed companies, farmers and other stakeholders to ensure increased production and productivity of key crop commodities. These trials are essential for producers to determine cultivars that are mostly adapted to specific production areas with respect to yield, stability and major pests and diseases and therefore crucial for farmers to make correct cultivar choices. Results are disseminated widely in the form of cultivar recommendation booklets, reports, popular publications as well as the ARC website. Diagnostic services are rendered to producers on soil health, pests and diseases together with information on suitable production practices, among others. Regular training services are conducted across provinces focusing on emerging farmers to capacitate them on the efficient and sustainable production of different crops. Emphasis is placed on the adoption of climate-smart agricultural practices such as conservation agriculture and drought-tolerant cultivars. Crop production manuals, such as the Maize Information Guide (MIG), are also available on cell phone Applications (Apps) and updated regularly.

Management of plant pests and diseases:

Surveillance for Tilletia indica (Karnal bunt for wheat) is ongoing and all infested areas are placed under quarantine to control the movement of infested host materials in order to reduce the spread of the disease. Regulatory measures are also in place to prevent the further spread and release of new varieties with improved performance;

Import measures are in place to reduce the risk of the introduction of Maize Lethal Necrosis Disease (MLND) of maize into South Africa. MLND causes stunting, leaf necrosis, premature plant death, malformed partially filled ears, etc. in maize.

Following the introduction of the Fall Armyworm (FAW) in South Africa, the following measures were put in place:

  • Surveillance for FAW was initiated and it ensures early detection of the pest and leads to rapid response.
  • As collaboration is important in dealing with emergency response to plant pests, a steering committee, comprising of DALRRD, provincial departments, scientists and other industry role players, was formed and it meets regularly. The steering committee discusses best management strategies for the FAW.
  • Regulatory measures are in place by way of making amendments to Control Measures R.110 of the Agricultural Pests Act 36 of 1983.

Chemicals to control FAW were distributed to the affected provinces and farmers/growers were encouraged to apply registered chemicals while maize is still at an early stage to suppress FAW.

Release of new varieties with improved performance:

c) The attached tables summarise the number of new varieties released under the Plant Breeder’s Right Act, 1976 as well as the Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) approvals. The availability of new and improved plant varieties contributes to the sustainability and competitiveness of the production of individual commodities.

Table 1: Number of varieties granted Plant Breeder’s Rights for the year 2021/2022

Commodities

Financial year 2021/ 22

Number of Varieties Financial year 2022/ 23 (to date)

Number of Varieties

Maize

64

18

White Conventional

0

0

Yellow Conventional

1

0

White Genetically modified

26

18

Yellow Genetically modified

37

0

Wheat

1

15

Other grains

Sorghum

0

1

Sunflower

7

0

Soybean

30

24

Oats

2

0

Barley

1

0

Groundnut

3

0

Canola

4

0

Table 2: New GMO events approved in 2021/2022

Crop

Event

Trait

Category

Maize

Bt11xMIR162xMON89034xGA21

Insect resistance and Herbicide tolerance

General release

Maize

Bt11xMIR162xGA21

Insect resistance and Herbicide tolerance

General release

Maize

NK603 x T25 x DAS40278

Herbicide tolerance

Commodity clearance

Soybean

DAS-81419-2xDAS-44406-6

Insect resistance and Herbicide tolerance

Commodity clearance

Soybean

MON87701 x MON89788

Insect resistance and Herbicide tolerance

General release

       
       
       

Table 3: New GMO events approved in 2022/2023

   

Crop

Event

Trait

Category

Maize

3272 x Bt11 x MIR162 x MIR604 x TC1507 x 5307 x GA21

Insect resistance and Herbicide tolerance

Commodity clearance

Development support to black producers

The DALRRD implements a number of farmer support and development programmes such as the Comprehensive Agricultural Support Programme and Ilima/Letsema conditional grants aimed at promoting and facilitating agricultural development and increased production by beneficiaries of land reform or other black producers who have acquired land privately. In the 2022/23 financial year, these programmes are targeting to put 88 867 ha of land under the production of which 90% would be grains. The table below reflect the planned production in 2022/23 per province through these conditional grants:

HA

EC

FS

GP

KZN

LP

MP

NC

NW

WC

TOTAL

Fruit

298

 

0

 

291

50

 

10

 

649

Wine & Table Grapes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

6

Vegetables

1616,8

12

200

2 073

878

1140

140

267

0

6 327

Grains (Maize, Dry Beans, Groundnuts, Wheat, Sunflower, Sorghum)

36 365

1414

4 000

10 465

6446

15050

200

6 288

0

80 228

Macadamia/Nuts

 

 

 

30

 

 

 

24

 

54

Chicory

120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

120

Cotton

 

 

 

 

462

 

 

 

 

462

Fodder

701

210

0

 

 

 

 

110

 

1021

TOTAL

39 100,8

1 636

4 200

12568

8077

16240

340

6 699

6

88 867

24 November 2022 - NW3301

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

In light of the fact that The Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture, Corruption and Fraud in the Public Sector including Organs of State, has now confirmed that the funds that were supposed to have been used to support the beneficiaries of the Vrede Dairy Farm project was channelled towards the Gupta wedding, (a) what steps have been taken against the implicated officials in her department of agriculture in the Free State and (b) has her department instituted any actions to recover the funds that went to the Gupta wedding instead of supporting the beneficiaries of the specified project?

Reply:

a) None. The Vrede Dairy project was funded from two streams of funding which is the Equitable Share and R50 million was approved from the Comprehensive Agriculture Support Programme (CASP) to co-fund with the province and the private investors. R20 million of the R50 million of CASP funds was spent on infrastructure development and the CASP funds were confirmed to have been spent on the ‘cow hotel’ which is the facility that houses the cows and the milking parlour; the dam; erection of the border fence; access roads to the farm; the processing facility and the purchase of 300 Friesland cows.

When the Mail and Guardian published stories around corruption related to the Vrede Dairy Farm, a national delegation led by the delegated transferring officer which included the DALRRD dairy specialist, the Chief Economist and the Chief Director: Food Security visited the farm to confirm if everything as was presented and approved by DALRRD, was in place. The team confirmed the infrastructure against the funds spent, but was unhappy about the sequencing of activities which went against South African regulations and technical standards and therefore recommended that the funds be stopped until the province had complied. The CASP conditional grants were stopped and the remaining R30 million was then approved for diversion to other CASP projects in the Free State. The province never requested further funding for the Vrede Dairy Project from CASP. Therefore, DALRRD had no further dealings with the Vrede Dairy Project until we were requested to indicate why we had stopped our funding to the project. The implicated officials are in the employ of the Free State Department of Agriculture and the implicated CFO and Head of the Department have since left the Free State Department of Agriculture.

b) No. As stated in (a) above, the R20 million CASP fund was accounted for on the infrastructure and the cows purchased. The remaining allocation to the project was stopped and diverted to other projects because DALRD was not satisfied about the sequencing of activities as well as compliances to South African regulations and technical standards.

24 November 2022 - NW3440

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether she has found that any labour tenant applications have been lost and/or misplaced; if not, is there any possibility to (a) reopen the application process and (b) extend the cut-off date for this purpose; if so, can such applications be located?

Reply:

No. However, the Lost Claims Strategy has been developed in partnership with the Special Master and Association for Rural Advancement (AFRA) to address any claims that may have been identified as lost or misplaced in the process by the applicant, the appointed service providers or the Department during the settlement process.

a) No, the former Department of Land Affairs worked with AFRA in KwaZulu-Natal and the Transvaal Rural Action Committee in Mpumalanga on a campaign to create awareness in communities on farms to assist them to lodge their labour tenant claims. The two organizations managed the process and submitted the applications in terms of section 16(1) of the Land Reform: Labour Tenants Act, 1996 to the then Department for processing. The labour tenancy system was abolished and therefore the re-opening of applications will not be possible.

b) No, section 16(1) of the Land Reform: Labour Tenants Act, 1996, provides that all labour tenant claims were to be lodged not later than 31 March 2001 as legislated by an Act of Parliament; therefore, the cut-off date is not an administrative decision, but a statutory provision.

22 November 2022 - NW2605

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Van Der Walt, Ms D to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What number of times in each year since 1 January 2012 has the Director-General (DG) in her department undertaken an inspection of a communal property association or provisional association as envisaged in section 11(2) of the Communal Property Associations Act, Act 28 of 1996, in order to monitor compliance with the Act and the constitution of the associations thus inspected; (2) what number of requests have been received by the DG in her department under section 11 of the Act in each year since the 2012-13 financial year from members of a communal property association or provisional association?

Reply:

1. The Department of Agriculture Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) conducts visits to CPAs as part of monitoring and/or inspecting for compliance with the Act on a continuous basis as provided in section 11(2) of the Communal Property Associations Act, 1996 (Act No. 28 of 1996). The results of these inspections are reflected in the CPA annual reports, including those referred to the Land Rights Management Facility:

Year

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2021

2022

Number of inspections

0

0

0

0

0

0

25

17

38

139

29

2. None. Section 11 of the Communal Property Associations Act, 1996 (Act No. 28 of 1996) does not make provision for requests from members of a communal property association or provisional association to the Director General. Section 11 of the Act provides for a communal property association or provisional association to furnish prescribed documents and information to the Director-General in order to enable him or her to monitor compliance with the provisions of the relevant constitution and the Act.

22 November 2022 - NW4339

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

By what date will she verify figures given on the number of claims (a) lodged, (b) settled and (c) outstanding on labour tenants land claims; (2) whether a credible database exists which can verify such numbers; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1)(a),(b),(c) The verification process on the applications received was undertaken in 2001 by the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) through the appointment of service providers, HSK Simpson and Lima.

(2) Yes. The outcome of the verification process resulted in the database that is being used by DALRRD in processing the labour tenant claims decentralized in all affected provinces.

22 November 2022 - NW4105

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Paulsen, Mr N M to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What (a) number of land claims that were instituted for land currently part of the Kruger National Park (KNP) by neighbouring communities of KNP are outstanding and (b) steps are being taken to address the specified claims?

Reply:

a) Five (5).

b) Four (4) claims have been settled in terms of Section 42D (financial compensation in lieu of lost improvements) but pending is the finalisation of implementation of the beneficiation scheme (post-settlement) facilitated by SanParks.

The 4 land claims are Gomondwane Community, Mahashi Community, Mhlanganisweni Community and Ngirivane-Mathebula Community

The 5th land claim was lodged by Phamneni Community has been published in the Government Gazette. The Commission on Restitution of Land Rights is in the process of appointing a service provider to conduct household verification and is targeted for settlement in the 2023/2024 financial year.

 

END

22 November 2022 - NW4165

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Graham, Ms SJ to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What is the status of the land claim on the farm Edenvale in the Graaff-Reinet district that was submitted by a certain person (name and details furnished) in 2008; (2) Whether the land claim has been registered in the name of the specified person; if not, (a) who was the successful claimant, (b) on what criteria were they successful and (c) on what date was the matter finalised?

Reply:

(1) The farm Edenvale, in the Graaf Reinet district, Eastern Cape Province, is not reflected in the database records of the land claims that were submitted before the cut-off date of 31 December 1998 nor in the database records of claims lodged during the 2014/2015/2016 lodgement period. No claim was lodged on this farm.

(2)(a),(b),(c) Falls away.

END

11 November 2022 - NW3816

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Masipa, Mr NP to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

What are the (a)(i) names and (ii) types of farming operations of the (aa) unsuccessful and (bb) successful land reform farms in the (aaa) Western Cape, (bbb) Eastern Cape and (ccc) Northern Cape and (b) reasons that some are successful, and others are not?

Reply:

(a)(i),(ii),(aa),(aaa) Please refer to the table below.

(aa),(aaa) Unsuccessful farming operations in the Western Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a) (ii) Type of Farming Operations

Cape Winelands: Nirwanda

Table Grapes

Central Karoo: Toornitzkuil

Livestock

Cape Metro: Schaap Kraal 1448

Vegetables

Cape Metro: Zouterivier

Vegetables

Cape Metro: TweeKuilen

Potatoes

Cape Metro: Goedehoop

No Production

Cape Winelands: Langboom

Butternut

Cape Winelands: Mesco

Wine Grapes

West Coast: Middelpost 152

Livestock, pastures and Olives

(b) Reasons for unsuccessful land reform operations in Western Cape.

  • Protracted legal issue which lasted for the past eight years that affected Nirwanda. During this period the farming operation had come to a halt. No lease agreement could be entered into which prevented them from qualifying for any financial assistance. This situation exposed the infrastructure on the farm to vandalism;
  • Loss of animals due to drought in 2020, that affected Toornitzkuil farm. Since then they could not secure any financial support and this affected their production;
  • Schaapskraal 1448 had no water rights on the farm which is the mains source for production support/activities;
  • Non-payment of utility services by Schaapskraal 1448, Zouteriview, TweeKuilen resulting in their electricity connection being cut-off which affected their production, i.e., need for electricity to pump water for irrigation;
  • Loss of interest of the lessee to farm that resulted in the farm not being optimally utilised;
  • Lack of market access and information which affected all farmers;
  • Limited extension services especially during production season that affected Goedehoop, Langboom farms;
  • Some of the members of the legal entity passed on and others left the Province;
  • Non-payment of utility services by some lessees resulting in cutting of electricity that is preventing production;
  • No communication between lessee and farm workers/occupiers as 50% shareholder – Mesco farm; and
  • Lack of willingness from lessee to undergo necessary training and requisite mentorship- Middelpos farm.

(a)(i),(ii),(aa),(bb),(aaa) Please refer to the table below.

(bb),(aaa) Successful farming operations in the Western Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a) (ii) Type of Farming Operations

Cape Metro: Leliebloem

Grain and Livestock

Cape Metro: Klein Morgenwacht

Vineyards (wine grapes), Livestock and Grain

Cape Metro: Schaap Kraal 1449

Vegetables

Cape Winelands: Loufontein

Deciduous Fruit (Apples and Pears)

Cape Winelands: Mooikelder

Nursery

Cape Winelands: Siyazama Klipboerdery

Table Grapes

Overberg: Kleine Ezeljagt

Fruit/ Grain/ Livestock

Overberg: Amanzi PLAS Project

Deciduous Fruit (Apples and Pears)

Overberg: Belleview Villiersdorp PLAS Project

Deciduous Fruit (Apples and Pears)

Overberg: Protea PLAS Project

Deciduous Fruit (Apples and Plums)

Overberg: Riverside PLAS Project

Livestock and Grains (feeding purposes and Flowers

Overberg: Romans Flora PLAS Project

Livestock

Ceral Karoo: Vaalkuil

Lucerne and livestock

West Coast: Klipdrift

Livestock, pastures

West Coast: Rietkloof 1

Citrus and table grapes

West Coast: Rietkloof 2

Citrus and table grapes

West Coast: Caledonia

Livestock, pastures

West Coast: Middelpos 946

Livestock and grain

West Coast: Middelpos 611

Cash crops, vines and olives

West Coast: Bitterfontein

Livestock

West Coast: Olifantsrivier Nedersetting

Cash crops

Eden: Langfontein

Deciduous Fruit (Apples and Pears)

(b) Reasons for successful land reform operations in Western Cape.

  • Successful Farmers are following suggested production practices; growing different crop varieties to diversify enterprises and making use of crop rotation; obtaining crop insurance in order to stabilize farm income during times of loss; maintaining equipment and ensuring that farm facilities are in good working conditions; and
  • Those that are successful have mastered how the primary agriculture sector operates; registered for VAT and are able to claim for their rebate for VAT paid for agricultural inputs and machinery; and are able to obtain production loans without the help of government.

(a)(i),(ii),(aa),(bbb) Please refer to the table below.

(aa)(bbb) Unsuccessful farming operations in Eastern Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a) (ii) Type of Farming Operations

Sarah Baartman: Pampoenlands River

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Adendorp farm

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Zabalaza Primary Co-Op

Vegetable

Sarah Baartman: Edenvale

Vegetable

Sarah Baartman: Zamani Piggery

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Adendorp_7

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Houtgerus

Fruit

Chris Hani: Sarnia

Livestock

Chris Hani: Rynlands/ Retreat Farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Brookfields

Grain

Chris Hani: Cloverfields

Livestock

Chris Hani: Hughenden

Livestock

Chris Hani: Annex/Kleinvley Farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Perledine and Surprise

Grain

Chris Hani: Steenbok Trust

Grain

Chris Hani: Kuyasa

Livestock

Ballards Farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Modderfontein

Livestock

Chris Hani: Vorentoe Farm

Grain

Joe Gqabi: Farm 159

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Roodenek

Livestock

(aa) Reasons for unsuccessful land reform operations in Eastern Cape.

  • Some farms are too small to can be a viable economic unit;
  • Some have not been fully funded; and
  • There are beneficiary conflicts and insufficient participation by the beneficiaries.

(a)(i),(ii),(bb),(bbb) Please refer to the table below. Successful

(bb),(bbb) Successful farming operations in the Eastern Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a) (ii) Type of Farming Operations

Chris Hani: Carnavon

Livestock

Chris Hani: Blaauwe Krans farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Morgenson Farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Sa Rynlands/ Retreat Farmrnia

Livestock

Chris Hani: Sanctuary farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Fairfield farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Brookefield

Livestock

Chris Hani: Cloverfields

Livestock

Chris Hani: Alfa Farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Avelon & Vischgat

Livestock

Chris Hani: Hughenden Annex/Kleinvley Farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Perledine and Surprise

Livestock

Chris Hani: Steenbok Trust

Livestock

Chris Hani: Hofmeyer Farm-Siyaya

Livestock

Chris Hani: Bombani farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Middel Kraal

Livestock

Chris Hani: Tyldendale

Livestock

Chris Hani: Belmont

Livestock

Chris Hani: Haasfontein No.47

Livestock

Chris Hani: Lusthof

Livestock

Chris Hani: Mzini Project

Livestock

Chris Hani: Hofmeyer (Mutton Destiny)

Livestock

Chris Hani: Winchester farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Nicholaasfontein

Livestock

Chris Hani: Klip Kraal

Livestock

Chris Hani: Klipkrantz farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Tolkop

Livestock

Chris Hani: Ougoed

Livestock

Chris Hani: Farm no 946 (Sosebenza Project)

Livestock

Chris Hani: Ardtonisch Farm

Livestock

Chris Hani: Indwe settlement

Livestock

Chris Hani: Maiden Head Farm

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Zeekeogaat Farm

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Reitfontyn Farm

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Kopppiesfontein

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Dwaasvalley farm portion 6

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Driesfontein Farm no.133

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Delta Farm no 164

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Lenam portion 1

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Wepener Farm no.138

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Nooidgedagt no.58

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Ebdeh Farm no.98

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Laalkop Farm portion 8

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Laakfontein no. 138

Grain

Joe Gqabi: Fountain Kloof no 18

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Braamfontein Farm no. 80

Livestock

Joe Gqabi: Kalkfontein no.53

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Lukhambo Agricultural Trading CC

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Amabamba farm

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Cornucopia Farm

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Zidle Khaya farm

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Gorah No. 398

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Gyptjiesgat Farm

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Landsdowne No. 168

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Yarrow farm

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Sundays River

Livestock

Sarah Baartman: Peynes Kraal No. 365

Citrus

Sarah Baartman: Uitkoms

Livestock

Alfred Nzo: Claybrook Farm No. 179,

Crop

Alfred Nzo: Ribblesdale farm No 201

Livestock

Alfred Nzo: Makodene farm

Livestock

Alfred Nzo: Zwartmodefontein Farm No 192

Crop

Alfred Nzo: Bon Accord Farm

Dairy

Alfred Nzo: Chilfrome farm

Livestock

Alfred Nzo: Mirage Farm

Livestock

Alfred Nzo: Hentiq Farm

Crop

Alfred Nzo: Oden groups farm

Livestock

Alfred Nzo: Hanover farm

Livestock

Alfred Nzo: Colembert farm

Livestock

Alfred Nzo: Drifontein

Livestock

(bb) Reasons for successful land reform operations in Eastern Cape

  • Successfully supported through the stimulus package.
  • Commitment from the beneficiaries; and
  • Successful partnerships with private stakeholders and businesses

(a)(i),(ii),(aa),(ccc) Please refer to the table below.

Unsuccessful farming operations in the Northern Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a) (ii) Type of Farming Operations

Namakwa District: Farm Klein vogel Fontein and Van Wyksvley

Livestock

Namakwa District: Farm Nombies

Livestock

Namakwa District: Farm Brakfontein

Livestock

(aa) Reasons for unsuccessful land reform operations in Northern Cape

These farms are located in the Namakwa District and the area was affected by drought that led to the drought declaration. Farmers had to reduce the number of their livestock, and this affected their cash flows as well as their nett income.

(a)(i),(ii),(bb),(ccc) Please refer to the table below.

(bb),(ccc) Successful farming operations in the Northern Cape

(a)(i) Name

(a) (ii) Type of Farming Operations

Pixley Ka Seeme District: Rooidam

Livestock

John Taolo Gaetsewe District: Auod

Livestock

Pixley Ka Seeme District: Welgevonden

Livestock

(aa) Reasons for successful land reform operations in Northern Cape:

  • The support through Recapitalization and Development improved the production of livestock and the infrastructure of the farms. Farmers also attended various trainings that were organised by the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development with SEDA such as financial management and bookkeeping.
  • Permanent and temporary jobs were created during the infrastructure upgrade on the farms. Farmers were also made aware of the establishment of Agri-Parks in their Districts through which they were encouraged to market their livestock once the Agri-Park is fully functional. These farmers are now farming independently without the support of mentorship.

08 November 2022 - NW3439

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

(1) By what date will she verify figures given on the number of claims (a) lodged, (b) settled and (c) outstanding on labour tenants land claims; (2) whether a credible database exists which can verify such numbers; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details?

Reply:

(1)(a),(b),(c) The verification process on the applications received was undertaken in 2001 by the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) through the appointment of service providers, HSK Simpson and Lima.

2. Yes. The outcome of the verification process resulted in the database that is being used by DALRRD in processing the labour tenant claims decentralized in all affected provinces.

08 November 2022 - NW3132

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Gumbi, Mr HS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

Whether she has been informed of the land invasion at Buildfontein farm on the D615 which is owned by her department; if not, why not; if so, (a) on what date did the land invasion start, (b) what steps has her department taken to protect the specified property and (c) who is the intended beneficiaries of the property; (2) whether there is truth in the statement by the Greater Kokstad Municipal Manager, Mr S R Zwane, that her department has applied for an urgent court interdict to prevent the land invasion; if so, what are the relevant details of the status of the interdict; if not, (3) whether her department has considered an urgent interdict; if not, why not; if so, (a) what are the reasons that her department did not proceed with the application and (b) how will her department compensate the intended beneficiaries; (4) whether she and/or her department has been informed that on 12 December 2017, the acting Director-General confirmed that a certain person (name furnished) is the beneficiary of the property; if not, why not; if so, what are the relevant details; (5) whether she was informed that the Department of Agriculture confirmed during a sight visit on 8 March 2018 that the same farm was under attack in another effort for a land invasion; if not, why not; if so, what steps did she take at this point to protect the property?

Reply:

1. Yes.

(a) The exact land invasion start date cannot be determined; however the Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) noticed land invasions on 9 March 2020 while conducting routine property inspection.

(b) DALRRD opened a case at Franklin Police Station and approached the State Attorney to get an urgent court interdict to stop the invaders.

(c) The intended beneficiaries of the property will be identified by the beneficiary selection process pending finalization of the farm eviction process.

2. Yes. DALRRD through the Office of the State Attorney has appointed an advocate who has drafted an urgent application on 7 October 2022 to place the matter on the court roll.

3. Yes.

(a) DALRRD applied for an urgent interdict to evict the invaders and is proceeding with the application. The Case Number for the interdict is 13523/22P and is set down for an interim order; the Prevention Of Illegal Eviction Act, 1998 (Act No. 19 of 1998) (PIE) application is under Case Number 13528/22P.

(b) The interdict to evict the invaders is intended to pave way for the prospective beneficiary to take full occupation of the farm and participate in commercial farming.

4. No. DALRRD has no knowledge or record of this matter, and the person (name furnished) is not traceable, therefore the Department is not in a position to respond to this question.

5. No. There is no communication or report related to any inspections of 8 March 2018 indicating any land invasion.

08 November 2022 - NW3685

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Matiase, Mr NS to ask the Minister of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development

In each (a) province and (b) district in the Republic, what is the (i) total number, (ii) race and (iii) age of (aa) women and (bb) young person whose agricultural products or produce found markets in various SA Development Community states in the past three financial years?

Reply:

(a),(b)(i),(ii),(iii),(aa),(bb) Please refer to the table below.

(a) Free State Province

(b)District

(aa) No of Women

(iii) Age

(ii)

Race

(bb) No of Young People

(iii) Age

(ii) Race

Mangaung Metro

0

-

-

0

-

-

Fezile Dabi

0

-

-

0

-

-

Xhariep District

1

61

Coloured

1

36

Black

Thabo Mofutsanyana District-Makholokoeng FPSU

18

25-68

Black

8

25-35

Black

Lejweleputswa District

56

25-70

Black

17

25-35

Black

TOTAL

75

-

-

25

-

-

(a) Gauteng Province

(b) District

(aa)No of Women

(iii) Age

(ii) Race

(bb) No of Young People

(iii) Age

(ii) Race

City of Tshwane

0

0

0

1

35

African

TOTAL

-

-

-

1

-

-

(a) Limpopo Province

(b) District

(aa) No of Women

(iii) Age

(ii) Race

(bb) No of Young People

(iii) Age

(ii) Race

Mopani

0

n/a

n/a

0

n/a

n/a

Vhembe

0

n/a

n/a

0

n/a

n/a

Sekhukhune

0

n/a

n/a

0

n/a

n/a

Waterberg

1

45

African

0

n/a

African

Capricorn:

2

29-56

African

4

29-33

African

TOTAL

3

-

 

4

-

-

(a)Mpumalanga Province

(b) District

(aa) No of Women

(iii) Age

(ii) Race

(bb) No of Young People

(iii) Age

(ii) Race

Ehlanzeni District

Nkomazi Vegetable FPSU

482

35 -62

Black

187

24 - 35

Black

Ehlanzeni District

Nkomazi Cotton FPSU

401

36 and older

Black

82

18-35

Black

Ehlanzeni District

Huntington FPSU

48

35- 64

Black

25

25-35

Black

Ehlanzeni District

Thulamahashe

193

21-75

Black

56

21-35

Black

Ehlanzeni District Malelane/Nkomati FPSU

220

36 and older

Black

7

18-35

Black

Nkangala District-Sybrandskraal FPSU

45

27-55

Black

19

22-30

Black

Nkangala District-Kameelrivier FPSU

33

30-55

Black

17

25-30

Black

Gert Sibande - Dundonald FPSU

125

18-60

Black

17

19-35

Black

Gert Sibande – Mkhondo FPSU

80

18-60

Black

15

19-35

Black

TOTAL

1627

   

425

   

(a)North West Province

None

(a)Northern Cape Province

None

(a)Western Cape Province

None

(a)Eastern Cape Province: None

None

(a)KwaZulu-Natal Province

None