Historic signing of MOU

2016-05-19 06:00
RIGHT: Inkosi Cele and Guy Clark (Crookes Brothers Limited MD) sign the MOU.

RIGHT: Inkosi Cele and Guy Clark (Crookes Brothers Limited MD) sign the MOU.

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FRIDAY 13 May was an historic moment for development on the South Coast, with a landmark memorandum of understanding (MOU) being signed between landowners and the KwaCele community.

After months of discussion and collaboration, Crookes Brothers Limited – the majority shareholder in Renishaw Property Developments – and leaders from the KwaCele community, compiled a comprehensive MOU which provides a harmonious partnership extending into the future.

Through this MOU, Crookes Brothers Limited has shown it is committed to working with the KwaCele community – who have been living on the land surrounding Scottburgh since 1830 – in a meaningful way.

The MOU outlined that Crookes Brothers Limited will assist with a number of capacity building programmes for the KwaCele community, as well as entrepreneurial skills’ development.

This will empower the community to participate in all decision-making and public processes while ensuring that the broad economic development that is generated will be directly translated into poverty alleviation.

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