X hits on this document

182 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

50 / 63

The purpose of this act is to provide for the protection of game and fish, the conservation of flora and fauna and the destruction of vermin in Bophuthatswana. It consists of six chapters, which are summarised as follows:

Chapter 1 – Definitions

Chapter 2 – Wild Animals and Vermin

Chapter 3 – Protection and Control of Catching of Fish

Chapter 4 – Classification and Protection of Indigenous Plants

Chapter 5 – Establishment and Protection of Game and Nature Reserves

Chapter 6 – General Provisions

8.3. Table of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) responsibilities

The following table illustrates the priority functions of spheres of government that may require Environmental Impact Assessment’s in terms of the relevant legislation.

Listed activity

Relevant Government Department (National, Provincial, Local)

Priority function

(key policy, plan or programme)

requiring EIA

The construction or upgrading of transportation routes and structures, and manufacturing, storage, handling or processing facilities for any substance which is dangerous or hazardous and is controlled by national legislation

Department of Economic Development and Tourism

Establish industrial clusters in the province.

The construction or upgrading of roads, railways, airfields and associated structures outside the borders of town-planning schemes.

Department of Transport, Roads and Public Works

Provide a provincial roads infrastructure by managing the construction and rehabilitation of roads

Planning, designing and surveying of roads

Administration of the public transportation services, including road transportation, passenger, freight and civil aviation

Transport planning, research and system services

Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Environment

Agricultural Engineering Services

The construction or upgrading of canals and channels, including diversions of the normal flow of water in a river bed and water transfer schemes between water catchments and impoundments

Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Environment

Agricultural Engineering Services

Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF)

Water provisioning / reticulation and transfer schemes

The construction of dams, levees or weirs affecting the flow of a river

Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Environment

Agricultural Engineering Services

Department of Water Affairs and Forestry (DWAF)

Water provisioning / reticulation schemes

Local Authorities

Water provisioning / reticulation schemes

Department of Local Government

Municipal Infrastructure development

NORTHWEST – EIP50 of 64 Pages

Document info
Document views182
Page views182
Page last viewedSat Dec 10 13:47:32 UTC 2016
Pages63
Paragraphs2750
Words26242

Comments