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More than 1 300 Public Works properties unlawfully involved De Lille

PUBLIC Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille says her specialization has needed to take care of everything for rates and administrations having a place with around 1 300 properties that have been unlawfully involved. 

De Lille was reacting to parliamentary inquiries from DA MP Samantha Graham who got some information about properties under the custodianship of her area of expertise. 

Graham likewise needed to build up the effect the illicit occupation has had on her specialties capacity to utilize the properties. 

De Lille said Public Works couldn't ideally use around 1 300 properties. 

The effect of such unlawful occupations is that the division keeps on paying rates and expenses on these properties and can't create income," she said. 


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"Notwithstanding, the office, through land the board administrations (REMS), keeps on leading site investigations and check of properties that are accounted for as illicitly involved.'' 

De Lille likewise featured that REMS was obtaining an autonomous specialist organization to survey and bring ousting orders where vital. 

The arrangement is planned to be finished in January 2022, she said, adding there were around 42 vacant houses in Kwazulu-Natal. 

The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI), in counsel with the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), had distinguished 21 properties in Kwazulu-Natal, for understudy convenience. These properties (houses) are arranged in Empangeni and presently during the time spent being discarded by the University of Zululand, she said. 

Handling additional inquiries from different MPs, the clergyman said there was a joint undertaking group framed between her specialization and advanced education which would direct further site visits to distinguish other more impacted properties. 

De Lille said the joint assignment group was additionally distinguishing properties that could be needed for instructing and learning exercises as a component of the Department of Higher Education and Training necessities.

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