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Heritage Reoport Phase 1 HIA Report HIA Phase 1 01/12/2020 Heidi Fivaz UBIQUE HERITAGE CONSULTANTS 10/08/2022 - 01:59
Palaeontological Impact Assessment FEIA Palaeontological Specialist Reports 10/08/2022 Elize Butler Banzai Environmental (Pty) Ltd Savannah Environmental (Pty) Ltd 10/08/2022 - 08:05
A PHASE 1 HIA REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED DEMARCATION OF SITES ON THE REMAINDER OF PORTION 2 OF THE FARM PARADILE 724MS; MAKHADO LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. HIA Phase 1 18/07/2022 Anton Pelser, Mmantshebi Matabane A Pelser Archaeological Consulting 10/08/2022 - 08:49
St Dominics Curro School Historical and Architectural report: St Dominics Curro School, St Dominics Street, New castle Heritage Statement 29/07/2022 Louis J Eksteen Newcastle Municipality Curro Holdings 10/08/2022 - 09:45
ESKOM CUPRUM BESS: ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT PHASE 1 ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT REPORT THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF A BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM (BESS) AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE CUPRUM SUBSTATION LOCATED WITHIN COPPERTON, NEAR THE TOWN OF PRIESKA, NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCE AIA Phase 1 01/06/2021 Trust Mlilo Sativa Travel and Environmental Consultants AECOM SA - Head Office 10/08/2022 - 10:14
Prieska BESS: PALAEONTOLOGICAL DESKTOP STUDY The proposed development of a Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) and associated infrastructure at the Cuprum Substation located within Copperton, near the town of Prieska, Northern Cape Province PIA Desktop 16/05/2021 Jacobus Francios Durand Sativa Travel and Environmental Consultants 10/08/2022 - 10:18
HIA & PIA Impact Assessment for the Waaihoek Grid Infrastructure HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT In terms of Section 38(8) of the NHRA for the PROPOSED DEVIATION TO THE APPROVED WAAIHOEK GRID CONNECTION, UTRECHT, KZN Heritage Impact Assessment Specialist Reports 15/07/2022 Jenna Lavin Cedar Tower Services 11/08/2022 - 07:06
HIA Report for new incline shafts and P53-1 Road Alignment Development HIA Report for new incline shafts and P53-1 Road Alignment Development Goedgevonden Colliery, Near Ogies Mpumalanga Heritage Impact Assessment Specialist Reports 01/03/2022 Anton Pelser APELSER ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONSULTING Jacana Environmental cc 11/08/2022 - 09:19
Cancelled 11/08/2022 Marian Black Architectural Aspirations t/a Budget Plans 11/08/2022 - 18:14
AIA on the Survey of Robben Island WWTW site Archaeological Impact Assessment (AIA) Report on the survey of a site on Robben Island situated south of the Dog Unit (Robert Sobukwe House) between Murray’s Bay and Murray’s Road Archaeological Specialist Reports 22/06/2022 Ute Seemann Ute A Seemann - Heritage Archaeologist and Heritage Consultant WSP Group Africa (Pty) Ltd 11/08/2022 - 19:23
Phase 1 HIA for Nakedi Solutions (Pty) Ltd Manganese Mining Right Application PHASE 1 ARCHAEOLOGICAL IMPACT ASSESSSMENT REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED MINING RIGHT APPLICATION ON THE FARMS BADEN 90LR AND PORTION OF PORTION 0 OF BRONKHORSFONTEIN 42LR WITHIN BLOUBERG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, CAPRICORN DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY OF LIMPOPO PROVINCE AIA Phase 1 26/05/2021 Trust Mlilo Mudzunga Consulting (Pty) Ltd Mudzunga Consulting (Pty) Ltd 12/08/2022 - 02:27
Phase 1 HIA Report Agricultural Development Styr-Kraal Northern Cape Proposed Agricultural Development on the remainder of the farm Styr-kraal No 81 Khai-Ma Local Municipality Namakwa District Municipality, Northern Cape AIA Phase 1 13/12/2020 Heidi Fivaz UBIQUE HERITAGE CONSULTANTS UBIQUE HERITAGE CONSULTANTS 12/08/2022 - 02:44
AIA[P2]-Phase 2 Archaeological Test Excavations-ECPHRA Permit 18207-Sites TWU-S1 and TWU-S2, Cluster 9 Tsomo Water Treatment Works (WTW) Upgrade, CHDM, EC AIA[P2]-Phase 2 Archaeological Test Excavations-ECPHRA Permit 18207-Sites TWU-S1 and TWU-S2, Cluster 9 Tsomo Water Treatment Works (WTW) Upgrade, CHDM, EC AIA Phase 2 12/08/2022 Karen Van Ryneveld 12/08/2022 - 07:24
Ptn 2 or Erf 6154 Durban Lancers Road Chantal Pieterse 12/08/2022 - 10:58
Lancers Road Pt 2 or Erf 6154 Durban BE & CL Phase 1 02/08/2022 Chantal Pieterse Architecture Fabrik 12/08/2022 - 11:07
AIA Phase 1 Welgedacht Balloon Siding A Phase 1 Archaeological Impact Assessment for the Proposed Welgedacht Balloon Siding near Springs, Gauteng HIA Phase 1 15/07/2022 Tobias Coetzee Tobias Coetzee 12/08/2022 - 13:18
Eternal Flame Phase 1 Heritage Impact Assessment of a proposed new agricultural development on Kakamas South Settlement No. 2094, Augrabies, NC Province. AIA Phase 1 09/08/2022 Lloyd Rossouw Paleo Field Services Eternal Flame 12/08/2022 - 14:35
Demolition to ERF 8410, 5 Renshaw Road, Congela 12/08/2022 - 15:32
HIA Leeuwfontein X29 HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE PROPOSED LEEUWFONTEIN EXTENSION 29 TOWNSHIP DEVELOPMENT, GAUTENG PROVINCE HIA Phase 1 29/06/2022 Jaco van der Walt Beyond Heritage Texture Environmental Consultants 12/08/2022 - 16:33
Archaeological and Heritage Impact Assessment PHASE 1 ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT REPORT THE PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT OF A BATTERY ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM (BESS) AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE AT THE CUPRUM SUBSTATION LOCATED WITHIN COPPERTON, NEAR THE TOWN OF PRIESKA, NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCE AIA Phase 1 01/06/2021 Trust Mlilo Sativa Travel and Environmental Consultants AECOM SA - Head Office 15/08/2022 - 09:18
PALAEONTOLOGICAL DESKTOP STUDY The proposed development of a Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) and associated infrastructure at the Cuprum Substation located within Copperton, near the town of Prieska, Northern Cape Province PIA Desktop 16/05/2021 Jacobus Francios Durand Sativa Travel and Environmental Consultants 15/08/2022 - 09:19
AIA: Pixley Park REF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SPECIALIST STUDY In terms of Section 38(8) of the NHRA for a Proposed Development of the Pixley Park REF and associated infrastructure near De Aar AIA Phase 1 01/08/2022 Jenna Lavin, Nicholas Wiltshire CTS Heritage Savannah Environmental (Pty) Ltd 15/08/2022 - 09:30
PIA: Pixley Park REF PALAEONTOLOGICAL SPECIALIST STUDY In terms of Section 38(8) of the NHRA for a Proposed Development of the Pixley Park REF and associated infrastructure near De Aar PIA Desktop 01/08/2022 Kimberley Chapelle CTS Heritage Savannah Environmental (Pty) Ltd 15/08/2022 - 09:30
HIA: Carolus PV HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT In terms of Section 38(8) of the NHRA for the Development of the Carolus Solar PV1 Facility near De Aar, Northern Cape Province HIA Phase 1 01/08/2022 Jenna Lavin CTS Heritage Savannah Environmental (Pty) Ltd 15/08/2022 - 09:34
HIA: Fountain PV HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT In terms of Section 38(8) of the NHRA for the Development of the Fountain Solar PV1 Facility near De Aar, Northern Cape Province HIA Phase 1 01/08/2022 Jenna Lavin CTS Heritage Savannah Environmental (Pty) Ltd 15/08/2022 - 09:34
HIA: Riet Fountain PV HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT In terms of Section 38(8) of the NHRA for the Development of the Riet Fountain Solar PV1 Facility near De Aar, Northern Cape Province HIA Phase 1 01/08/2022 Jenna Lavin CTS Heritage Savannah Environmental (Pty) Ltd 15/08/2022 - 09:36
HIA: Wagt PV HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT In terms of Section 38(8) of the NHRA for the Development of the Wagt Solar PV1 Facility near De Aar, Northern Cape Province HIA Phase 1 01/08/2022 Jenna Lavin CTS Heritage Savannah Environmental (Pty) Ltd 15/08/2022 - 09:37
HIA Phase 1 for Zwemkuil Gordonii_track log&signed Decl Heritage Impact Assessment Phase 1 Report for Zwemkuil Gordonii that includes track log and signed declaration HIA Phase 1 01/05/2022 Lloyd Rossouw 15/08/2022 - 10:03
Erf 69, Sibelius Street 650, Lukasrand Motivation for Exemption from a full Phase I Heritage Impact Assessment & Demolition Permit Application – Erf 69, Sibelius Street 650, Lukasrand, Tshwane – Gauteng Province APAC022/71 HIA Letter of Exemption 01/08/2022 Anton Pelser APELSER ARCHAELOGICAL CONSULTING Beads Strategic Space Planning & Interior Architecture 15/08/2022 - 10:36
Goedgevonden Cultural Heritage Management Plan 2022 GGV CHMP is an Appendix to the Draft EMPR for the EA Amendment 2022 Heritage Impact Assessment Specialist Reports 01/08/2022 Marietjie Eksteen, Anton Pelser Jacana Environmental cc, APELSER ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONSULTING Glencore Operations South Africa (Ptd) Ltd 15/08/2022 - 13:09
Barberton Police Station HIA ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE PROPOSED NEWLY RE-ESTABLISHED POLICE STATION AT BARBERTON WITHIN THE CITY OF MBOMBELA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, EHLANZENI DISTRICT OF MPUMALANGA PROVINCE. HIA Phase 1 21/06/2022 Richard Munyai Vhufa Hashu Heritage Consultancy CC 16/08/2022 - 08:51
Heritage Impact Assessment FBAR Heritage Impact Assessment Specialist Reports 20/04/2022 Vedhant Maharaj Savannah Environmental (Pty) Ltd 16/08/2022 - 13:23
Stilfontein Truck Stop and Filling Station Phase 1 Heritage Impact Assessment (HIA) for Stilfontein Truck Stop and Filling Station HIA Phase 1 18/11/2022 Ane Agenbacht Sapphire Environmental Consulting Sapphire Environmental Consulting 16/08/2022 - 14:29
Phase 1 Heritage Impact Assessment PROPOSED REHABILITATION OF THE OLD JAGERSFONTEIN MINE PIT LOCATED ON PORTION 15 OF THE FARM JAGERSFONTEIN 14 IS, KOPANONG LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, XHARIEP DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY, FREE STATE PROVINCE HIA Phase 1 22/02/2021 Polke Birkholtz PGS Heritage (Pty) Ltd PGS Heritage (Pty) Ltd 16/08/2022 - 16:29
St Faith Police Station Phase 1 AIA/HIA for the proposed reestablishment of Saint Faiths Police Station within Umzumbe Local Municipality, Ugu District, KwaZulu Natal Province Heritage Impact Assessment Specialist Reports 03/07/2022 Trust Mlilo Integrated Specialist Services Integrated Specialist Services 16/08/2022 - 22:40
HIA Spitskop HIA Phase 1 Nelius Kruger 17/08/2022 - 00:57
PALAEONTOLOGICAL DESKTOP ASSESSMENT PALAEONTOLOGICAL DESKTOP ASSESSMENT PIA Desktop 16/08/2022 Elize Butler 17/08/2022 - 08:07
Heritage Input Statement Letter: Mulilo De Aar PV EA Validity Extension Heritage Input Statement Letter: Mulilo De Aar PV EA Validity Extension Heritage Statement 17/07/2022 Jayson Orton 17/08/2022 - 12:51
Mulilo De Aar PV EA Validity Extension: Heritage Statement Letter Mulilo De Aar PV EA Validity Extension: Heritage Statement Letter Heritage Statement 17/07/2022 Jayson Orton 17/08/2022 - 13:02
Strydpoort Farm HIA HERITAGE SURVEY FOR SIX FIELDS ON THE FARM STRYD POORD 798, WINTERTON, KZN Heritage Impact Assessment Specialist Reports 25/08/2022 Gavin Anderson 17/08/2022 - 15:24
Heritage Scoping Report BCR Coal (Pty) Ltd Vlakfontein Coal Mine BCR Coal (Pty)Ltd proposed Vlakfontein Coal Mine, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa Heritage Scoping 28/07/2022 Jaco van der Walt Beyond Heritage Beyond Heritage 18/08/2022 - 08:12
Ephangweni Housing Development Heritage Scoping Report Proposed Ephangweni Housing Development Epangwene 5225 Mission, Draycott, District of Estcourt, uThukela DM, KwaZulu-Natal Heritage Scoping 14/07/2022 Len van Schalkwyk eThembeni Cultural Heritage uThukela District Municipality 18/08/2022 - 08:55
Heritage Impact Assessment Phase 1 Heritage Impact Assessment for proposed extension of the Letsopa Township in Ottosdal, NW Province Heritage Impact Assessment Specialist Reports 30/06/2021 Lloyd Rossouw Paleo Field Services 18/08/2022 - 11:09
Erf 116-120 Melrose MOTIVATION FOR EXEMPTION FROM A FULL PHASE 1 HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT - ERVEN 116 TO 118, PORTION 1 AND REMAINDER OF ERF 119, AND ERF 120, MELROSE - APAC022/76 HIA Letter of Exemption 17/08/2022 Anton Pelser APELSER ARCHAELOGICAL CONSULTING Craft Homes 18/08/2022 - 14:06
Erf 116-120 Melrose MOTIVATION FOR EXEMPTION FROM A FULL PHASE 1 HERITAGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT - ERVEN 116 TO 118, PORTION 1 AND REMAINDER OF ERF 119, AND ERF 120, MELROSE - APAC022/76 HIA Letter of Exemption 17/08/2022 Anton Pelser APELSER ARCHAELOGICAL CONSULTING Craft Homes 18/08/2022 - 14:13
14_App C6 Heritage Screening Report Desktop Heritage Screening Assessment, The Proposed Khauta Solar PV Cluster Near Welkom, Free State Province Heritage Scoping 10/11/2021 Jonathan Kaplan Agency for Cultural Resources Management Enviroworks 18/08/2022 - 23:45
13_App C5 Palaeontological Screening Report Palaeontological Heritage Screening Input: Proposed Khauta Solar PV Cluster Near Welkom, Free State Province PIA Desktop 01/07/2021 John E. Almond Natura Viva CC Enviroworks 18/08/2022 - 23:54
D6 Geotesting Closeout Report District Six Phased Redevelopment: Permit Closeout Report for Preparatory Works Submitted in Terms of Section 35 of the NHRA (1999) for Invasive Site Preparation Works on Several Parcels and Various Erven ahead of Redevelopment, District Six, Cape Town Archaeological Permit Report 19/08/2022 Katie Smuts Rennie Scurr Adendorff Delta Built Environment Consultants (Pty) Ltd 19/08/2022 - 10:19
Historical Artefacts Valuation Methodology Report Municipality of Walter Sisulu, Joe Gqabi District Aliwal North, Jamestown Basis of valuation methodoogy- Historical Artefacts: Buildings, Monuments, & Objects Case Study : Walter Sisulu Municipality ARTEFACT 1 : Jubilee Fountain Despite its importance in Afrikaner history, the town of Burgersdorp also contains a remarkable piece of sculpture dedicated to their erstwhile foe, Queen Victoria. It consists of a very ornate drinking fountain of 1897 to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee . ARTEFACT 2 : Taal Monument The Theological Seminary, now in Potchefstroom, started in Burghersdorp and it was the centre of a strong movement for the recognition of Dutch as an official language. This is commemorated by the ‘Taalmonument’ which stands on Burger Square, formerly the market square. After the occupation of the Cape Colony by England in 1806, English became the only official language of the Colony. When the Cape Colony was granted self government in 1854, the constitution provided that only English might be used in Parliament. The first representative of the Albert constituency, which included Burgersdorp, was J. A. Kruger. In 1856 he asked permission to speak in Dutch in the Legislative Assembly, using an interpreter, but the Speaker referred him to the constitution and refused the request. During 1857 and 1858 the Afrikaner voters in the constituency of Albert submitted four petitions to Parliament for the recognition of Dutch as a language for use in debates, but without success. In 1872 the Cape Colony was granted Responsible Government but still Dutch could not be used in the debating chambers. On 23rd August, 1878, the Boeren Beschermings Vereniging (Farmer’s Protection Society) held a meeting on the farm Vinkelfontein under the Chairmanship of D. van den Heever, when it was once again resolved to insist on the recognition of ‘our mother tongue’ in Parliament. Burgersdorp became the centre of the language campaign and important congresses of the Afrikaner Bond were held there. The movement was supported by J. H. Hofmeyr as a matter of course. After proposing an unsuccessful motion in 1881, he succeeded on 9th June, 1882, in having the necessary amendment of the constitution adopted, by which the use of Dutch in Parliament was allowed. The first member to use this privilege was J. G. Luttig of Beaufort West. The increasing recognition of Dutch in education and in the public service of the Cape Colony dates from 1882. In 1890 Hofmeyr and others organised a language congress and founded the ‘Taalbond’ for the promotion of a knowledge of Dutch and a healthy nationalism. Considering that Burgersdorp played such an important part in this struggle, it was natural that a movement should originate there for the erection of a monument to commemorate the recognition of Dutch in the Cape Parliament. Money for it was collected in all parts of the country and it was unveiled on 18th January, 1893, by D. P. (Oom Daantjie) van den Heever, the chairman of the committee that erected the monument. Those present at the ceremony included J. H. Hofmeyr, Pieter Faure, N. F. de Waal and representatives of the Orange Free State and the Transvaal. The monument suffered deliberate damage during the Anglo Boer War. First the finger was broken off; in March, 1900, the nose and right arm were chipped off and on Christmas night 1901, the monument was pushed off its pedestal and an arm and the face were removed. After the war Lord Milner had the monument taken down and removed completely. ARTEFACT 3 : Freedom Square (Formarly Juana Square Garden) The park in the centre of Aliwal North, the Juana Square Gardens was named after Colonel Harry Smith's wife Juana Maria de Los Dolores de Leon. Smith named the town Aliwal North in memory of his victory over the Sikhs at the Battle of Aliwal during the First Sikh War in India in 1846. The park has sinced been renamed to Freedom Square post 1994 South African political dispensation. ARTEFACT 4 : Frere Bridge The Frere Bridge was opened in 1880 The bridge was named for Sir Bartle Frere, then Governor of the Cape. After disputes on the advance payment of the full contractual amount was demanded by the contracting firm, their contract was terminated. The ironwork had lain in East London harbor from 1877 and in 1878 the company went into liquidation. The Department of the Cape Colony undertook to complete the works. The erection of the piers claimed the lives of three navvies when their boat overturned and they drowned. Construction was further impeded by a flood in the flow of the Orange River . ARTEFACT 5 : Museum(Old Library) The Museum is bursting with a wealth of knowledge and interesting things to see and learn. It is made up of two buildings, the old library dating back to 1876 and the Old Dutch Reformed Church dating back to 1864. ARTEFACT 6: South Africn War Memorial Site On 8th January 1901, following the evacuation of Smithfield during the Second Boer War, Major Kendal Pretyman Apthorp established the Aliwal North concentration camp, which at its height housed approximately 2,000 Boer refugees. The camp was closed by November 1902 after the inmates had been repatriated to their homes. The memorial site is built in rememberance of these accurances. During 1980, the Aliwal North Municipality sold land to the South African Council for War Graves for R2.00 with the aim to establish a commemorative garden. The remains of those who died in the old burial grounds ouside the town were exhumed and re-buried here ARTEFACT 7: Kerkplein Museum It is a photo exhibition of the Boer War. ARTEFACT 8: Anglo-Boer BlockHouse n Burgersdorp there is not only a monument to commemorate the struggle for the recognition of Dutch, but also another brings to mind the three-year-long Anglo Boer War. Not the Burger Monument, but a blockhouse. During the Anglo-Boer War the Block Houses formed a strong line of defence which tretchedfrom Oueenstown through Molteno to Aliwal-North and Bethulie. Burgersdorp can boast of two of these sturdy structures. The British troops used theseforts as a stronghold for their troops who were guarding and protecting the railway line tself as well as the bridges, from the Republican Commandos (the Boer army). These commandos frequently attacked this post of the Cape Province from the Free State. One of these Block Houses has been restored by the local Round Table and is also used by them while the other Block House was declared a National Monument in 1939 . ARTEFACT 9 : Fort Behind the Hospital- Aliwal North Aliwal North Commando was a light infantry regiment of the South African Army that dates back to the Anglo-Boer war. Back then, it used the Fort behind the Aliwal North Hospital as military post and garrison. ARTEFACT 10: Joe Gqabi Statue Joe Gqabi was born and raised in Aliwal North. The town the town itself was laid out in 1849 on ground acquired by the government. This was auctioned and 38 lots were sold for £972, and aquired municipal status in 1882.The statue was mounted at the towns/ municipal offices as commemoration after his reburial in 2004, to honour Gqabis’ contribution to the liberation struggle of South Africa. He was assasinated in 1981. Subsequesntly the local district municipality of the region is now the Joe Gqabi District Municipality. ARTEFACT 11: Durban Street Cemetery The entire cemetry/ land is regarded as heritage as it was the first cemetry used in Aliwal North. ARTEFACT 12: Old Cemetary by the River May have Jewsih burials, although it was initially a voortrekker built cemetery. ARTEFACT 13: Concetration Camp Kerkhof The origins of the Aliwal North camp are unusually well documented. In August 1900 Major Kendal Pretyman Apthorp, a relative of General Pretyman, the Military Governor of the Orange River Colony, was appointed District Commissioner of the Smithfield district. This area had a fairly large number of English-speaking farmers in addition to the Boer residents. When Apthorp took over, Smithfield was quiet. About forty impoverished families were asking for help and on 24 September 1900 Apthorp had to write to the Military Governor for funds and the right to appoint a Relief Committee to distribute aid. . Herwith the history of the establisment of the camp. ARTEFACT 14: Jamestown Museum It is used as a museum for Jamestown hence its heritage status ARTEFACT 15: Fort op Bronepad Aliwal North Commando was a light infantry regiment of the South African Army that dates back to the Anglo-Boer war. Was used as a military post and garrison. ARTEFACT 16: Fort by wildtuin hek Aliwal North Commando was a light infantry regiment of the South African Army that dates back to the Anglo-Boer war. Was used as a military post and garrison. Usd to hide and protect people during war. ARTEFACT 17: Voortrekkersdrif May have Jewsih burials, although it was initially a voortrekker built cemetery. ARTEFACT 18: Light of the Century First Corner stone of the town laid by then Magistrate J.C Chase. Heritage Impact Assessment Specialist Reports 25/08/2022 Sibusiso Mnyanda The Moon Rises Productions, Thompson Property Specialists Thompson Property Specialists 19/08/2022 - 10:24
15_App C6 Heritage Screening Report DESKTOP HERITAGE SCREENING ASSESSMENT, THE PROPOSED KHAUTA SOLAR PV CLUSTER NEAR WELKOM, FREE STATE PROVINCE Heritage Scoping 10/11/2021 Jonathan Kaplan Agency for Cultural Resources Management Enviroworks 19/08/2022 - 11:35

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