Maloney’s Eye Water Use Application – Comment Period Closed

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Good day I&AP’s The comment period in respect of the water use licence application has expired on the 27th of March 2015. We accept that there are no further comments from I&AP’s. We are proceeding to submit the Water Use Licence Application to the Department of Water and Sanitation. Kind regards Jitske Maloney’s Eye Water Use Application – Comment Period Closed 4.00/5 (80.00%) 1 vote

Maloney’s Eye Water Use Application – Magaliesburg

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The above matter refers. The Water Use Licence Application in respect of Maloneys eye is available for review and comment for a period of 30 days. The water use licence application files can be accessed at this dropbox link or download this zip file (290 Mb) which contains all documents. Should you have any comments with regards to the water use licence application please forward your comments to our offices in writing per fax (086 …

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South Africans urged to get involved in tourism

By Chris Bathembu Mbashe – As South Africa marked World Tourism Day on Thursday, government has urged communities to embrace tourism development, saying it was central to the country’s economic growth. Minister of Tourism Marthinus Van Schalkwyk told villagers in the Eastern Cape, where this year’s tourism celebrations are being held, that in the next decade the tourism sector will become the biggest employer in the country. “We are seeing major developments on the horizon …

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Dep. Tourism Minister: “Domestic tourism is key to creating sustainable jobs” – Yes we know this …. time for YOU to STOP mining plans for the Magaliesburg !!!

Mbombela – Domestic tourism is key to creating sustainable jobs for locals, says Deputy Tourism Minister Thokozile Xasa. “Domestic tourism has the power to assist the province and the municipality in developing local products and creating local jobs,” said Xasa at the launch of Tourism Month in Mpumalanga. “It is highly critical to understand that we need to continue to build a sustainable tourism industry, we cannot rely on foreign arrivals too heavily, as this …

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Edna Molewa: South African’s must understand conservation

Musina – South Africans need to understand the value of conservation if they are to take pride in their national parks, says Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs Edna Molewa. Molewa was addressing the official opening of the Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre and the launch of SanParks Week at the Mapungubwe National Park outside Musina on Monday. “We can only have all South Africans taking pride in our parks when they start understanding the value of …

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SA Moratorium on shale gas exploration in Karoo lifted

Pretoria – Cabinet has approved the report on shale gas exploration submitted by the Mineral Resources Minister, which was compiled by the technical task team convened last year. This comes after the department imposed a moratorium on applications for the exploration for shale gas in the Karoo. “Cabinet endorsed the recommendations of the report on the lifting of the moratorium. “Cabinet further mandated the Minister of Mineral Resources to hold a series of public consultation …

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WWF urges responsible mining practice

2012-08-15 13:01 Economist Hugo Van Zyl has contributed to a report into the environmental cost of mining. (Duncan Alfreds, News24) Duncan Alfreds Cape Town – A report has found that South African mining companies have not made adequate provision for clean-up of operations following the closure of mines. The report, commissioned by environmental organisation the World Wide Fund for Nature, found that South African tax payers are likely to face a massive bill for the …

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