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Commission To Probe Illegal Land Sales In Matabeleland

4 years ago
Mon, 05 Nov 2018 15:30:29 GMT
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Commission To Probe Illegal Land Sales In Matabeleland

State land is alleged to have been parcelled by land barons in the Matabeleland. As a result, a commission of inquiry was established to shed light on the activities of land barons in Matabeleland north and south. The commission is made up of six members and led by High Court judge Justice Tendai Uchena. Permanent secretary in the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, Virginia Mabiza said that the probe team will hold public hearings in Plumtree and Gwanda in Matabeleland South and in Victoria Falls and Lupane in Matabeleland North. She said

The commission of inquiry into the sale of State land in and around urban areas since 2005 wishes to advise all beneficiaries of State land that the commision shall be conducting public hearings in mat South and North provinces from 05 to 23 November 2018.

The commision is meant to investigate people who bought State land handed over for urban development, double or multiple allocations, people who have been allocated space meant for the building of schools, clinics, roads, and recreational sites, among others. People who have been displaced or prejudiced in any way by the re-allocation, re-surveying and/or re-pegging of stands.

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