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PHASE ONE (1) CULTURAL HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF EMANJOKWENI COMMUNITY HALL IN MANJOKWENI, INKOSI LANGALIBALELE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY KWAZULU-NATAL

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The applicant, Inkosi Langalibalele Municipality consists of several Municipal Wards and intends to construct a community hall in Ward 12, the hall is to cater for the whole community of Ward 12. The community has been operating without a community hall facility. Tsimba Archaeological Footprints (Pty) Ltd was appointed by Tlhaho Environmental Consultants (Pty) Ltd to conduct a Phase 1 Heritage Impact Assessment for the proposed construction of Emanjokweni Community Hall in Manjokweni, Inkosi Langalibalele Local Municipality, Kwa-Zulu Natal as part of the Environmental Authorization process.There is a need for constructing a community hall facility that will service the community. This facility will facilitate a safe and secure environment for public gatherings, mobile clinics and pension pay-outs e.t.c. This project will provide a safe and secure structure which will look aesthetically pleasing, provide protection from the weather, as well as being in a close proximity of the surrounding communities. The construction of the community hall will provide employment and skills transfer for a limited number of local people during the construction period.

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Wednesday, September 20, 2023 - 16:05

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