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Answer: 

Quick guide to using and interpreting version 1 of the Palaeontological Sensitivity Map on SAHRIS.

Topic: 

  • Palaeontological sensitivity map
  • fossils
  • developments

Author: 

SAHRISadmin

Answer: 

Please submit your reports in line with the attached guideline then email them to apmpermitreports@sahra.org.za.

Please ensure that your CaseID and Permit Number is quoted in the email.

Topic: 

  • Permits

Author: 

Clinton.Jackson

Answer: 

We have a series of spreadsheet templates for bulk recordings of sites and objects. The objects importer is particularly useful for permit applications for export of many samples as the key fields are far fewer than all the fields on SAHRIS. The templates can be completed by the users but they must be emailed to sahrisadmin@sahra.org.za for importation into SAHRIS.

Topic: 

  • Templates
  • Mass Imports
  • Bulk Node Creation

Author: 

Clinton.Jackson

Answer: 

Please use the template included in this answer when recording sites in the field.

Topic: 

  • Templates

Author: 

Clinton.Jackson

Answer: 

Objects listed on the List of Types of Objects are protected and their export regulated by permits obtained from SAHRA which are issued under the advice of relevant experts, in terms of Section 32 of the NHRA (Act 25 of 1999).

Author: 

regina.isaacs

Answer: 

A guide to registering a Conservation Body on SAHRIS, or registering yourself as an expert

Author: 

katie.smuts

Answer: 

In determining whether to issue a permit for the export of a cultural heritage object SAHRA must consider:

  1. Whether the object is “outstanding significance by reason of its close association with South African history or culture, its aesthetic qualities, or  its value in the study of the arts or sciences” and
  2. Whether the object is “of such a degree of national importance that its loss to South Africa would significantly diminish the national heritage”. 

Author: 

Clinton.Jackson

Answer: 

All permit fees are to be paid into the account below;

Bank: ABSA
Account Holder: SAHRA 
Account No: 406 416 0070  
Code: 632005
Account type: Transmission Account
Reference: Permit: (enter the department name here - eg: Permit: HOU or Permit: APM)

Please upload the proof of payment to the "proof of payment" field on page 4 of your application.

Schedule of fees to be provided shortly.

Author: 

Clinton.Jackson

Answer: 

You can track a heritage crime on SAHRIS by following these simple steps

Topic: 

  • Heritage Crime
  • Applications

Author: 

Clinton.Jackson

Answer: 

Comprehensive guidelines for Conservation Management Plans for heritage sites

Topic: 

  • Conservation Management Plan

Author: 

andrew.salomon

Answer: 

This is the very brief guide to lodging applications on SAHRIS.

Topic: 

  • making online permit and development applications
  • SAHRIS 123

Author: 

SAHRISadmin

Answer: 

This answer gives the step by step guide to how this is done on a monthly basis.

Author: 

SAHRISadmin

Answer: 

Please follow the 'Application Checklist' covered in this answer.

Topic: 

  • Application Checklist

Author: 

SAHRISadmin

Answer: 

This is a short tutorial covering the process for breaking out the scanned files uploaded to the digital registry into the correct content types on SAHRIS

Author: 

SAHRISadmin

Answer: 

When making a Permit Application to SAHRA for Palaeontological work, please note the following steps: (note: it is better to make your entries in one session and save once the application has been completed, rather than to save in stages)

Topic: 

  • Palaeontology
  • permit applications

Author: 

SAHRISadmin

Answer: 

There are three main case related layers in the Openlayers maps.
SAHRA Reports 2009
Heritages Cases Heritage Cases GIS
This solution was implemented on 18 November 2012 as users were experiencing frozen uploads of files due to an excessively large query being generated by the GISlayer field.

Topic: 

  • Slow File Saves
  • GIS mapping

Author: 

SAHRISadmin

Answer: 

Do not change the default polygon settings in Google Earth if you are having problems with the autocreate from kml option in SAHRIS.

Topic: 

  • Applications
  • Mapping from kml

Author: 

SAHRISadmin

Answer: 

No, you do not have to fill out the old application forms if you have completed all the relevant information on SAHRIS.

Topic: 

  • Applications

Author: 

SAHRISadmin
 
 

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