Examples of traditional council in a sentence
If a Traditional Council in terms of the Framework Act is recognised by the community as its Land Administrative Committee, it is stated in the CLARA that the functional area of competence of such a Traditional Council is the administration of land affairs and not traditional leadership as contemplated in schedule 4 of the Constitution.
The chairperson of the Chief’s Council or Traditional Council, as the case may be, shall cause a written record to be kept of the proceedings of the meetings of that Chief ’s Council or Traditional Council, as the case may be.
Establishment of Chief's Council and Traditional Council, and powers, duties and functions thereof9.
As mentioned at the outset, in the first case, Pilane, the appellants were all residents of Motlhabe, one of the 32 villages within the jurisdiction of the Traditional Council for the Bakgatla-Ba-Kgafela community in the North West Province, of which the first respondent, Kgosi Nyalala Pilane, is the recognised leader.
The appellants were dissatisfied with the management of the affairs of the traditional community, which is relatively speaking a wealthy one, whose resources include income derived from platinum mining and the nearby Sun City resort.48 The appellants alleged that the wealth of the community was unevenly and unfairly allocated, so that their village remained poor while the resources were spent on those loyal to the Traditional Council and the Kgosi.