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Mining in the Mapungubwe Area to go ahead The South ...

The Vele mining area, situated on 8 500ha, lies less than 6km from the borders of the Mapungubwe National Park and is adjacent to the Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape, which has been declared a World Heritage Site. The area is a national treasure, given its enormous historical and archaeological significance as well as the abundant biodiversity ...

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MAPUNGUBWE AND MINING - JSTOR

UNESCO in 2010 pertaining to Mapungubwe's buffer zones and imminent threats from the Vele Colliery. This leads to a closer exami nation of the original site nomination and inscription in 2003 and how Coal of Africa (CoAL) have used debates over natural and cultural heritage to try to secure their advantage. Within South Africa, this

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Mining in the Mapungubwe area - Africa Wild

2012-6-3  "Coking coal has got fantastic value and very often hard coking coal goes at double the price of thermal coal, and that's the kind of extra value this brings," CoAL’s CEO John Wallington tells Mining Weekly Online in a video interview. He goes on to say that "Personally, my view is that Vele will not scar Mapungubwe at all.

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mapungubwe and vele coal mine - adelpragt.co.za

Mapungubwe mining go-ahead News MG. Government has agreed that Australian-listed miner Coal of Africa can proceed with the Vele coal mine. The government has reversed its tough stance and agreed that ... >>GET MORE. Mining In The Mapungubwe Area Ceases For Now .:.

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Coal of Africa hugs the Mapungubwe Coalition - Miningmx

2011-11-24  CoAL and the coalition have been at loggerheads over development of the coking coal mine for the past 18 months because of its proximity to the Mapungubwe National Park. The two sides have set a deadline of January 31 next year by when the MOU should be converted into a memorandum of agreement (MOA).

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Mapungubwe mining go-ahead - The Mail Guardian

2011-9-2  The government has reversed its tough stance and agreed that Australian-listed miner Coal of Africa can proceed with the Vele coal mine, seven kilometres from the Mapungubwe world heritage site.

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petition: No Coal Mining at Mapungubwe

2021-9-30  A proposed new opencast and underground coal mine is threatening the Mapungubwe National Park and the Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site on South Africa's border with Zimbabwe and Botswana. Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL), an Australian-owned mining company, is proposing to open the Vela Colliery in South Africa's Limpopo Province ...

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(PDF) Exploring the Impacts of Mining on Tourism Growth ...

2021-11-8  poses-coal-mine-mapungubwe-24964.html [23 January 2017]. Leonard L 2016a. ... Mining can contribute to land pollution and impact local agriculture and

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Threat of coal mining at the Mapungubwe world heritage

2020-5-19  Threat of coal mining at the Mapungubwe world heritage site. May 19, 2020. Most developing countries face acute tensions between socio-economic development and environmental protection. Any opposition to the proposed development, on environmental or heritage grounds, is seen as a threat to the creation of employment and the growth of the economy.

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MAPUNGUBWE AND MINING - JSTOR

UNESCO in 2010 pertaining to Mapungubwe's buffer zones and imminent threats from the Vele Colliery. This leads to a closer exami nation of the original site nomination and inscription in 2003 and how Coal of Africa (CoAL) have used debates over natural and cultural heritage to try to secure their advantage. Within South Africa, this

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ANALYSIS: The continued threat of coal mining at the ...

2021-11-19  Challenges with mining in the area became particularly evident following the confrontation between the Save Mapungubwe Coalition and Coal of Africa, now MC Mining. The legal battle exposed the inefficiency of South Africa’s heritage laws, arising from severe fragmentation between different government departments.

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The continued threat of coal mining at the Mapungubwe ...

2020-5-19  The continued threat of coal mining at the Mapungubwe world heritage site. Most developing countries face acute tensions between socio-economic development and environmental protection. Any ...

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petition: No Coal Mining at Mapungubwe

2021-9-30  A proposed new opencast and underground coal mine is threatening the Mapungubwe National Park and the Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site on South Africa's border with Zimbabwe and Botswana. Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL), an Australian-owned mining company, is proposing to open the Vela Colliery in South Africa's Limpopo Province ...

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Mining in the Mapungubwe area ceases – for now - Peace ...

2010-8-11  Mining in the Mapungubwe area ceases – for now. 11 Aug 2010. The fight to protect the Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape and its surrounding area from coal mining was taken to the next level with a number of actions taken by civil society and a government department. On Tuesday 3rd August 2010, a coalition of civil society organisations, concerned ...

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Coal of Africa hugs the Mapungubwe Coalition - Miningmx

2011-11-24  CoAL and the coalition have been at loggerheads over development of the coking coal mine for the past 18 months because of its proximity to the Mapungubwe National Park. The two sides have set a deadline of January 31 next year by when the MOU should be converted into a memorandum of agreement (MOA).

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Save Mapungubwe EDIT - Centre for Environmental Rights

2021-10-19  new coal mine. Photographer: Nick Hiltermann Again, this assumes that the only form of economic growth is mining which, if true would spell a disastrous long term future for SA. Any business that relies on utilising its non-renewable capital base for its sole form of income will soon run into trouble.

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Mining in Mapungubwe, ancient Southern African

2020-11-23  Mining halted at Mapungubwe heritage site, for now MAPUNGUBWE - Plans to mine coal close to the Mapungubwe Unesco World Heritage site are on hold, but environmentalists are happy that should the mining go ahead, they have negotiated a deal

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Mapungubwe mining go-ahead - The Mail Guardian

2011-9-2  The government has reversed its tough stance and agreed that Australian-listed miner Coal of Africa can proceed with the Vele coal mine, seven kilometres from the Mapungubwe world heritage site.

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MAPUNGUBWE AND MINING - JSTOR

UNESCO in 2010 pertaining to Mapungubwe's buffer zones and imminent threats from the Vele Colliery. This leads to a closer exami nation of the original site nomination and inscription in 2003 and how Coal of Africa (CoAL) have used debates over natural and cultural heritage to try to secure their advantage. Within South Africa, this

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The continued threat of coal mining at the Mapungubwe ...

2020-5-19  The continued threat of coal mining at the Mapungubwe world heritage site. Most developing countries face acute tensions between socio-economic development and environmental protection. Any ...

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The continued threat of coal mining at the Mapungubwe ...

The continued threat of coal mining at the Mapungubwe world heritage site Most developing countries face acute tensions between socio-economic development and environmental protection. Any opposition to proposed development, on environmental or heritage grounds, is seen as a threat to the creation of employment and the growth of the economy.

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Mining in Mapungubwe, ancient Southern African

2020-11-23  Mining halted at Mapungubwe heritage site, for now MAPUNGUBWE - Plans to mine coal close to the Mapungubwe Unesco World Heritage site are on hold, but environmentalists are happy that should the mining go ahead, they have negotiated a deal

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SANParks opposes proposal to mine coal at Mapungubwe

SANParks opposes proposal to mine coal at Mapungubwe. Monday, April 20, 2009. Musina - South African National Parks (SANParks) is challenging an application for a R3 trillion mining operation to be established at the entrance to the Mapungubwe World Heritage Site. SANParks spokesperson Wanda Mkhutshulwa said on Monday that SANParks was opposed ...

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Kruger Park News - SANParks Opposes Mapungubwe

JSE-listed mining company Coal of Africa (CoAL) presented a scop- ing report at a community meeting of about 150 people on April 16, in which it stated that the Vele Mining Project, which would be a combination of an open cast and underground coal mine, would cre-

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(PDF) From Paris to Pontdrift: UNESCO meetings,

From Paris to Pontdrift: UNESCO meetings, Mapungubwe and mining. December 2011. The South African Archaeological Bulletin 66 (194):149-156. Authors: Lynn Meskell. University of Pennsylvania ...

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Unesco voices concern at Mapungubwe mining - The Mail ...

2012-7-8  Sapa. 8 Jul 2012. Tourists at the Mapungubwe Koppie. The United Nations has voiced its concern over a coal mine adjacent to the Mapungubwe heritage site in

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Mapungubwe South African History Online

2011-4-4  One thousand years ago, Mapungubwe appears to have been the centre of the largest known kingdom in the African sub-continent. The civilization thrived as a sophisticated trading center from around 1200 to 1300 AD, trading gold and ivory with

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Environment Impact Assessment of Coal Mining

2013-11-13  underground mining (room pillar, long wall, drift, shaft, slope mining) are some types of coal mining. Proper Environment impact assessment of coal mining is very important and here we take some issues which should be considered and some mitigation measures are discussed. 2. Environment and Social issues related to coal mining

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