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  • HOME Mineral Law in Africa

    Home Mineral Law In Africa

    The DSTNRF SARChI Research Chair Mineral Law in Africa is excited to introduce our LLM programme through our new video. Views and opinions on topical aspects of the mining sector. For information on South Africas response to COVID-19 please visit the COVID-19 Corona Virus South African Resource Portal.

  • Minerals and Mining Policy of South Africa Green Paper

    Minerals And Mining Policy Of South Africa Green Paper

    The Mining Qualifications Authority will advise the Minister of Minerals and Energy on education and training policy in the mining industry, in line with the Mine Health and Safety Act of 1996 and the South African Qualification Act of 1995.

  • Department of Mineral Resources

    Department Of Mineral Resources

    The purpose of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002, Act No 28 of 2002 MPRDA is amongst others to transform the mining and production industries in South Africa. In order to ensure effective transformation in this regard, the Act requires the submission of the Social and Labour Plan as a pre-requisite for the granting ...

  • LLM Courses Mineral Law in Africa

    Llm Courses Mineral Law In Africa

    LLM Courses. PVL5625S Property Law in a Constitutional Order. PVL5632F Oil and Gas Law in South Africa. PVL5630F Comparative Mineral Law in Africa. PVL5631S Negotiation of Mining Contracts. PVL5633S Resource Revenue Law. Short Courses.

  • South Africa Mining and Petroleum Royalties

    South Africa Mining And Petroleum Royalties

    The imposition of mineral and petroleum royalties mining royalties in South Africa commenced on 1 March 2010 1 The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Royalty Act 28 of 2008 the Royalty Act regulates the imposition and calculation of mining royalties. Mining royalties are deductible for

  • Illegal mining Minerals Council South Africa

    Illegal Mining Minerals Council South Africa

    The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002 MPRDA specifically prohibits mining without the required statutory authorisation Section 54. In South Africa, it is illegal to be in possession of unwrought precious metal ore, platinum group metals PGMs, gold-bearing material and rough diamonds without the required ...

  • THE LEGAL PITFALLS OF INVESTING IN MINING

    The Legal Pitfalls Of Investing In Mining

    Jul 02, 2017 Mining and Mineral law. The period before the Union of South Africa was characterised by the adoption of a plethora of legislation in the Cape Colony,7 Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek or Transvaal Colony8,Orange River Colony and Natal Colony. The English Colonies such as Natal and the Cape derived more from English Law, whilst those

  • GUIDE TO MINING REGIMES IN AFRICA

    Guide To Mining Regimes In Africa

    mining projects suffer extreme risks and difficult decisions and sound mining law is integral for an investment decision. The purpose of the publication is to gain a better understanding of what makes up the various laws in each African jurisdiction. The basic essence of mining law in most African countries is

  • Artisanal and Small Scale Mining Minerals Council

    Artisanal And Small Scale Mining Minerals Council

    MINERALS COUNCIL SOUTH AFRICA . ARTISANAL AND SMALL-SCALE MINING . Page 4. 4 SOUTH AFRICAN CONTEXT. In South Africa, most artisanal mining is carried out illegally. Illegal mining is on the rise in South Africa and presents challenges that need to be addressed from a range of perspectives. It takes place at abandoned and operating

  • Minerals and Mining Act Natural Resource

    Minerals And Mining Act Natural Resource

    THE MINERALS AND MINING ACT, 2006 AN ACT to revise and consolidate the law relating to minerals and mining and to provide for connected purposes. DATE OF ASSENT 22nd March, 2006 ENACTED by the President and Parliament Ownership of minerals and cadastral system Minerals property of Republic 1.

  • 4th Edition Corporate and Commercial Law Firm

    4th Edition Corporate And Commercial Law Firm

    1.1 What regulates mining law South African Mining Law is regulated by the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 28 of 2002 MPRDA which is the predominant piece of legislation dealing with acquisitions or rights to conduct reconnaissance, prospecting and mining. The MPRDA became effective on 1 May 2004 and

  • Miningrelevant legislation SANBI

    Miningrelevant Legislation Sanbi

    Part of this fabric is the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act No. 28 of 2002 MPRDA, which is the main piece of legislation governing all stages of the mining and petroleum production process in South Africa. The Minister of Mineral Resources, responsible for implementing the MPRDA, is specifically tasked to ensure the ...

  • AFRICAN MINING LEGISLATION ATLAS

    African Mining Legislation Atlas

    Africa Mining Vision. Adopted by the African Heads of State at the February 2009 African Union summit, the Africa Mining Vision outlines the continents long term and broad development objectives for Africas mineral sector.

  • South Africas Land Restitution Challenge

    South Africas Land Restitution Challenge

    See Agri South Africa v Minister for Minerals and Energy . 2013 4 SA 1 CC at 2 para. 1 To address these gross economic inequalityies, legislative measures were taken to facilitate equitable access to opportunities in the mining industry. 4. See . Bernadette Atuahene, South Africas Land Reform Crisis Eliminating the Leg-

  • Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act No 28

    Mineral And Petroleum Resources Development Act No 28

    The MPRDA was amended by the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment Act 49 of 2008, but be sure to read the two proclamations Proclamation No. 14 of 2013 and Proclamation No. 17 of 2013 that brought the 2008 Amendment Act into effect, and suspended some of its provisions.Therefore, notwithstanding the coming into force of the 2008 Amendment Act, the

  • Overview and outlook mining law in South Africa Lexology

    Overview And Outlook Mining Law In South Africa Lexology

    Nov 10, 2020 An important development concerns the promulgation of the Broad-Based Socio-Economic Empowerment Charter for the South African Mining and Minerals Industry, 2018 Mining Charter 2018 on 27 ...

  • South African Mineral and Petroleum Law LexisNexis SA

    South African Mineral And Petroleum Law Lexisnexis Sa

    South African Mineral and Petroleum Law is a subscription based product including both the printed loose-leaf and LexisMobile publications. Updates for 12 months print and mobile are included in the price. The South African Mineral and Petroleum Law is a detailed and comprehensive guide to understanding the legislation surrounding the mining ...

  • Mining in South Africa Law firm and lawyer rankings from

    Mining In South Africa Law Firm And Lawyer Rankings From

    Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa Inc is deeply aligned with the mining industry, having represented the Minerals Council South Africa, the trade body for the sector, for many years. It continues to be active in disputes connected to the Mining Charter and the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act.

  • Mining South Africa Global law firm Norton Rose

    Mining South Africa Global Law Firm Norton Rose

    Our global mining group is internationally recognized as a leading legal practice in the sector, providing tailored advice to prominent players throughout the mining industry. With lawyers based in more than 50 offices worldwide, we are able to assemble a legal team from multiple practice areas who offer a wealth of experience in mining transactions and mining disputes in every major mining ...

  • Illegal mining on the rise Minerals Council South Africa

    Illegal Mining On The Rise Minerals Council South Africa

    Illegal mining is on the rise in South Africa and presents challenges that need to be addressed from a range of perspectives. It takes place both at abandoned mines and at operating mines, with illegal miners often operating out of desparation and dangerous conditions. The growth in illegal mining, which is now taking place on a large scale ...

  • South Africa Mining 2020 Lexology

    South Africa Mining 2020 Lexology

    Oct 17, 2019 1.1 WHAT REGULATES MINING LAW The mineral resources sector is primarily regulated by statute ... The state is the custodian of South Africas mineral

  • THE SOUTH AFRICAN LEGISLATIVE FRAME ViORK FOR

    The South African Legislative Frame Viork For

    Mining does in general have a substantial impact on the environment, and has unfortunately left South Africa with an enormous economic, social and environmental legacy. Prior to the enactment of the Minerals Act, 1991 Act 50 of 1991, mining companies used irresponsible

  • TITLE A LEGAL OVERVIEW OF NAMIBIAS MINING

    Title A Legal Overview Of Namibias Mining

    Accounts of Namibias mining industry dates back to the year 1761 when Hendrik Hop, a national of the then Union of South Africa, travelled to the Southern part of Namibia and witnessed mining being carried out there. While on this expedition, Hop and his crew discovered

  • THE MINING REGULATIONS OF 2018 MADE UNDER

    The Mining Regulations Of 2018 Made Under

    Mining Mineral Rights GN. No. 1 contd. 5 a a square or b rectangular, the length of which shall not exceed five times its width and bounded by lines running North-South or East-West. 2 The mining area may be of regular shape

  • Employment relations Minerals Council South Africa

    Employment Relations Minerals Council South Africa

    The Minerals Council continuously looks for ways to advance the position of and make improvements in the South African mining industry and participates in various initiatives and projects in areas relating to health, education, policy and regulations.

  • State of Mining in Africa In the spotlight

    State Of Mining In Africa In The Spotlight

    Mineral Act of 1961, Chapter 2105. According to this Act, the right and ownership to all minerals, mineral oils and natural gases under the soil, including the rights to search, mine for and dispose of such minerals, mineral oils and natural gases are vested in the President of Zimbabwe on behalf of the state. Any mineral asset in

  • Roots of Apartheid South Africas Mining Industry

    Roots Of Apartheid South Africas Mining Industry

    While apartheid in South Africa was formalized in law in the late 1940s, the seeds for its creation were established years beforehand. The mining industry, especially, spurred the creation of laws and practices in South Africa which progressively disenfranchised the countrys indigenous black peoples. At the behest of the

  • Mining and the Law in Africa Exploring the social and

    Mining And The Law In Africa Exploring The Social And

    This book explores the social and environmental impacts of mining activities in Africa. With reference to the fieldwork research undertaken by the author in East, South and West African countries, it discusses the positive and negative effects of mining related legal reforms.

  • Minerals Act 50 of 1991 Repealed South African

    Minerals Act 50 Of 1991 Repealed South African

    Dec 20, 1991 The repealed Minerals Act 50 of 1991 intended to regulate the prospecting for and the optimal exploitation, processing and utilization of minerals to regulate the orderly utilization and the rehabiJitatlon of the surface of land during and after prospecting and mining operations and. to provide for matters connected therewith.

  • MINERAL AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES

    Mineral And Petroleum Resources

    Minerals and Energy Laws Amendment Act, No. 11 of 2005 Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment Act, No. 49 of 2008 ... REAFFIRMING the States commitment to reform to bring about equitable access to South Africas mineral and ... Board means the Minerals and Mining Development Board established by section 57

  • Mining in Africa DLA Piper Global Law Firm

    Mining In Africa Dla Piper Global Law Firm

    MINING LAwS In Angola, the state owns minerals, as provided for in the countrys Constitution. In 2010, with a renewed focus on investment and growth, the Government proposed new mining laws. In July 2011 a new Mining Code was passed. The Mining Code regulates exploration, discovery, exploitation of mineral resources and associated rights

  • Deepsea mining Africas new frontier GGA

    Deepsea Mining Africas New Frontier Gga

    Feb 16, 2018 Globally, mining companies are eyeing a new source of mineral resources the seabed. The UNs International Seabed Authority ISA said it aimed to finalise draft regulations covering deep-sea mining by the end of 2017. And African countries will want to ensure that they have a say in benefiting from the new gold rush.

  • 100MW threshold confirmed A new era for industrial and

    100mw Threshold Confirmed A New Era For Industrial And

    Aug 16, 2021 On 12 August 2021 Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy released the much-awaited exemption which raises the registration threshold for self-generation facilities from 1MW to 100MW. This has been widely heralded as unlocking significant opportunities for the private sector and should assist in introducing additional generation capacity into the stressed South African grid.

  • Minerals Act 50 of 1991 South African Government

    Minerals Act 50 Of 1991 South African Government

    REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA Vol. 311 Cape Town 22 May 1991 No. 13253 THE PRESIDENCY ... No. 50 of 1991 Minerals Act, 1991. AIDS HELPLINE 0800-123-22 Prevention is the cure . 2 No. 13253 ActNo. 50, 1991 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 22 MAY 1991 ... acquired under a tributing agreement as defined in section I of the Mining Titles Registration Act, 1967 ...

  • MINERALAND PETROLEUM RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

    Mineraland Petroleum Resources Development

    nations mineral and petroleum resources and to provide for matters connected therewith. PREAMBLE RECOGNISING that minerals and petroleum are non-renewable natural resources ACKNOWLEDGING that South Africas mineral and petroleum resources belong to the nation and that the State is the custodian thereof