Media networking session
27 Nov 2012
The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform cordially invites members of the media to a networking session. 2013 marks 100 years since the promulgation of the 1913 Natives Land Act, a discriminatory piece of legislation through which the majority of black South Africans were dispossessed of their land rights.
The horrendous effects of the implementation of the 1913 Natives Land Act by the previous regime are evident everywhere across the country.
Eighteen years since the democratic government came into office; decisive, progressive strides have been made to reverse the negative legacy of a prejudiced legislation effected by the apartheid government.
The Provincial Manger will share information on the following work of the department:
The Commemoration of the 1913 Land Act
Programmes (Restitution, Land Reform, Comprehensive Rural Development Programme (CRDP),RADP, etc)
This networking session will also be used to build the good relations between the Media and the department.
The event will be held as per the following details:
Date: 30 November 2012
Venue: Palms Hotel (Mmabatho)
Members of the media will be afforded an opportunity to engage the Provincial Managers on issues facing Rural Development and Land Reform in the North West Province.
Transport to the event will be provided, therefore Journalists should RSVP before: 29 November 2012, 12h00, to make necessary arrangements.
For RSVP and further information regarding the event kindly contact the following officials:
Tel: 018 397 9700
Cell: 079 529 4061
Tel: 012 312 8532
Cell: 071 850 1751
Issued by: Department of Rural Development and Land Reform
27 Nov 2012
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