Canna-business deal for Ingonyama Trust land - The Mail & Guardian

Foreign investment has been lined up for a joint venture with the Ingonyama Trust Board, which administers tribal land for the Zulu monarch.

2021-10-23 12:21:00 AM

The Ingonyama Trust Board has started a multimillion rand investment drive that will see the entity focusing on mining, high-technology agriculture and the cannabis industry through its investment arm, Ingonyama Holdings.

Foreign investment has been lined up for a joint venture with the Ingonyama Trust Board, which administers tribal land for the Zulu monarch.

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