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Unless your property constitutes a "new erf" or land development, you won't need a SPLUMA certificate.
You have a land right in terms of IPILRA of 1996. Development depends on the zoning rules of your area.
You are protected by the Interim Protection of Informal Land Rights Act and cannot be removed without your informed permission.
No one can be evicted without a court order, but it will be very difficult to prove that your father is legally occupying the land.
Your municipal manager ought to know, otherwise ask the MEC for Agriculture and Rural Development.
No, it's illegal - the municipality would consider this as land invasion.
Consult the municipality about what the minimum size for subdivision is in your area.
You need to approach the traditional leader in the area where you live.
Even if an eviction order is granted, you cannot be evicted until after lockdown. You may need legal assistance if you want to be recompensated.
A PTO cannot be transferred because it is not a title deed.