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Title deeds – early Xmas for residents

On Thursday 21 November, Stellenbosch Executive Mayor, Gesie van Deventer, handed over 132 title deeds to beneficiaries of historical title deeds from across the municipal area.

The beneficiaries of these title deeds come from Klapmuts, Kylemore, Kayamandi and Franschhoek.

Including the deeds the Municipality handed over on Thursday they have handed out 530 historical title deeds since August.

“We have also handed out 890 title deeds for new projects since August 2016.”

This was the fourth ceremony for 2019 and brings the number of total title deeds to 434 for this year.

“Giving the residents ownership of their homes is a priority for the Municipality because it helps to redress the injustices of the past. It provides residents with the security and peace of mind that only the ownership of your house can give. Beneficiaries can now use their ownership to access the economic benefits that come with the owning of property. It also gives the owners the freedom to alter and upgrade these properties to their needs, as they were never able to do before,” said Van Deventer.

“As it is a costly and time consuming process, the assistance of the Free Market Foundation (FMF) Khaya Lam project, which is funded by the Reinet Foundation, is critical in our success. The Khaya Lam project, with the funding received from the Reinet Foundation, is assisting the municipality by funding the employment of additional temporary administrative support to increase our capacity and speed up the process of transferring registered title deeds.”

The Rupert family is part of the Reinet Foundation.

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