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Upgrade of Patrol Roads and Fencing Between RSA, Swaziland, Mozambique (Phase 1), KwaZulu Natal

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The Department of Public Works (DPW) as the applicant, in conjunction with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport (KZN DoT) as the implementing agent are proposing the upgrade of existing border control infrastructure, and development of new border control infrastructure along a portion of the South Africa (KwaZulu-Natal)-Mozambique Border in the north-eastern part of the Province. This application is termed the ‘Phase 1’ application and forms a component of a wider project being undertaken by the Department of Public Works for the upgrading of border control infrastructure along the South Africa-Swaziland border and the southern part of the South Africa (KZN)-Mozambique border. The Phase 1 alignment is comprised of the section of the international border with Mozambique from the high water mark of the Indian Ocean (KM0) to the eastern boundary of the Ndumo Game Reserve (KM54). The 270ha project is to be developed on the farm Tembe 16445 situated in the KwaZulu Natal Province.

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Wednesday, April 4, 2018 - 12:32

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12397

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the most significant archaeological site in the project area. It is a provincial heritage site and is associated with early Homo sapiens and Middle and Later Stone Age deposits
Dates between 1.5mj and 300 000 years. Situated in the northern section of the project area
Dates between 40 000 and 200 000 years ago. Situated in the north eastern section of the footprint
Made by the Khoisan or their immediate ancestors. Situated in the northern section of the project area.
Situated close to Borrow Pit 12 in the western section of the project area. Contains both marked and unmarked graves. The marked graves are younger than 60 years old
 
 

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