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GOQOKAZI

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PHASE ONE (1) ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT REPORT APPLICATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION THE PROPOSED GOQOKAZI COLLECTOR SEWER IN ETHEKWINI MUNICIPALITY, KWA- ZULU NATAL

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y EnviroPro (Pty) Ltd to conduct a Phase one (1) Heritage Impact Assessment (HIA) for the proposed Goqokazi collector sewer in eThekwini Municipality in Kwa- Zulu Nata

ApplicationDate: 

Monday, July 31, 2023 - 08:52

CaseID: 

22035

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DepartmentDeadlineDateContactPerson
31/07/2023

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Citation
Huffman, T. N. 2007. Handbook to the Iron Age: The Archaeology of Pre-colonial Farming Societies in Southern Africa. University of KwaZulu-Natal Press. Pietermaritzburg. Prins, F. E. 2012. Heritage Impact Assessment of the proposed Ethekweni Integrated Rapid Public Transport Network Corridor. Active Heritage CC for Sivest.. Unpublished Report submitted to SAHRIS SAHRA, 2005. Minimum Standards for the Archaeological and the Palaeontological Components of Impact Assessment Reports, Draft version 1.4. Van Schalkwyk, L. O, 1994a. Wosi: an early Iron Age village in the lower Thukela Basin, Natal. Natal Museum Journal of Humanities : 65-117 Van Schalkwyk, L. O, 1994b. Mamba Confluence: a preliminary report on an Early Iron Age industrial centre in the lower Thukela Basin, Natal. Natal Museum Journal of Humanities 6: 119-152 Wadley, L & Jacobs, Z. 2006. Sibudu Cave: background to the excavations, stratigraphy and dating. Southern African Humanities. 18 (1): 1-26. Wadley. L., 2007. The Middle Stone Age and Later Stone Age. In Bonner, P., Esterhuysen, A., Jenkins, T. (eds.): A Search for Origins: Science, History and South Africa’s ‘Cradle of Humankind’. Johannesburg: Wits University Press. Pg 122 -135. Wright, J. and Hamilton, C. 1989. Tradition and transformations – The PhongoloMzimkhulu region in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. In Duminy, A & Guest, B.(eds). 1989 Natal and Zululand: From Earliest Times to 1910 – A new history: 49 – 82. University of KwaZulu-Natal Press
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