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Zuma reveals family to lodge land claims

Author: Wyndham Hartley

PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma on Thursday revealed for the first time that the Zuma family would be lodging land claims even as he urged traditional leaders to “get organised” and take advantage of the reopened window for land claims to be made.

Addressing the opening of the National House of Traditional Leaders, he provided no details of the claims his family would make.

It was reported last year that Mr Zuma’s nephew, Inkosi Simpiwe Zuma, had launched a land claim targeting more than 60 farms in Impendle in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. On Thursday the president issued a stern warning that the new deadline for land claims in 2019 would pass very quickly if there was a failure to get organised.

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