The Land and Agricultural Development Bank of South Africa (Land Bank) celebrates its 100 birth day in 2012. Founded in Pretoria in the 1912, the Land Bank was the precursor to a series of historical events that have not only shaped the quintessence of the country’s socio-economic and political history as it is known today, but also how the agricultural sector in particular has evolved in the past 100 years.
Long-term mortgage loans are fixed instalment loans for capital expenditure.
Medium-term loans are loans in the form of cash credit accounts.
These loans meet seasonal finance requirements.