KING Goodwill Zwelithini says people living on land owned by Ingonyama Trust will start receiving title deeds — a move that could result in President Jacob Zuma gaining the title of his Nkandla home.In 2012, Zuma said he was paying a bond on the first phase of his Nkandla home. However, it was then reported that the compound was situated on land belonging to Ingonyama Trust.The Ingonyama Trust was established in 1994 to be the custodian of the land that was previously administered by the then KwaZulu government. It comprises 60% of the land in the province.Zwelithini made the announcement at the annual opening of the Provincial House of Traditional Leaders at the old legislative building in Ulundi on Tuesday.He was accompanied by newly appointed premier Willies Mchunu."This process will be exclusively for land that is utilised for residential purposes, and in line with the country’s constitution, and all due procedures will be followed as the law spells them out," said King Zwelithi...

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