SAHRA held a Sacred Sites Conference at Mapungubwe on the 18th March to coincide with the media launch of SAHRIS. Various dignitaries presented their views on these types of heritage sites in order to formulate a strategy for managing and protecting sacred sites.
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The SAHRIS Media Launch took place on 18th March, 2013. An event was held at Mapungubwe to coincide with the Sacred Sites Conference and it was broadcast from 06:00-08:00 on SABC 2's Morning Live programme. Here are extracts from the show.
We are pleased to announce the rollout and implementation of SAHRIS in Gauteng has progressed to the next stage. Staff from SAHRA will be assisting PHRA-G with their adoption of SAHRIS from 23-25 April 2013. More announcements will follow!
Please note that as of 1 April 2013, in line with SAHRA, Amafa longer accepts hardcopy requests for comment or decisions in terms of Sections 33(1) - 44 of the KZN Heritage Act and KZN development applications triggering Section 38 of the NHRA (Act 25 of 1999). All submissions by development applicants or their agents must now be made to Amafa via SAHRIS.
The South African Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA) hereby invites you to a public participation meeting to discuss the process towards declaring the wreck site of the SAS Pietermaritzburg as National Heritage Site. The case can also be viewed on SAHRIS and you may use the online commenting system to submit your comment. Please navigate to the following link: http://www.sahra.org.za/content/sas-pietermaritzburg-wreck or lookup Caseid 504.
Please note that our Burial Grounds and Graves Unit has moved from 237 Lynnwood Road to the Ditsong Museum at 432 Paul Kruger Street, Pretoria.
CONSULTATION IN TERMS OF SECTION 40 OF THE MINERAL AND PETROLEUM RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 2002: ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN, UPGRADING OF THE DR08125 ROAD AND DR08447 ROAD FROM THE N2 NATIONAL...