04 July 2015
By Babalo Ndenze
Angry traditional leaders have dared the government to arrest them and have vowed to defy the newly enacted Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (Spluma), which they say does not recognise them as traditional leaders and landowners.
Members of the National House of Traditional Leaders were addressing Rural Development and Land Reform Minister Gugile Nkwinti about the legislation, which came into effect on July 1.
Spluma is the legislation for all spatial planning and land-use management in South Africa.
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