04 April 2013
Prince Duke Dludla was born in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa on May 30, 1955. Prince himself was educated at university of Zululand, qualified in Law in 1978, at the University of Cape Town he qualified in Master of City and Regional Planning in 1981, and at the University of Nottingham he qualified in Rural Development Planning and Site Planning in 1984.
Positions Held: Chairman of Board of Cope, Chairman of the Gauteng Development Tribunal, Chairman of Board of Betrams Development, Director of Businesses, Director of Inner City, Housing Trust, Municipal Demarcation Board and Chair of Audit Committee, member and Trustee of various Trusts.
Prince is currently a Director of the company called Dludla Development Planning Consultancy. He has been in this position for the past 17 yrs.
Prince’s experience includes development planning, planning law, town planning, local government, development policies and strategies and general management, among others.
Prince has worked in a number of organisations at middle and senior management levels. The organizations he has worked for include, Department of Justice, Windhoek Municipality, Department of Economic Affairs, Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), Directorate for Development Planning and The Urban Foundation. The work experience spans over 33 yrs.
Prince’s involvement, especially during the transition years (1990-1996) includes, demarcation of provincial boundaries, development of the Housing Policy, development planning legislation, white paper and drafting of legislation on local government and serving on the first Board of the Municipal Demarcation Board as a member (1999-2003). Including demarcation of municipal boundaries of Democratic South Africa. As a Town Planner, Prince has experienced in general planning, policy development, writing of Town Planning Schemes and others.