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Minerals Act 50 of 1991 South African Government

2018-12-9  (xix) "mining permit" means any authorization issued in terms of section 9 for a 35 period not exceeding two years; (xxii) (xx) "mining right" means any right or any share therein acquired under any section mentioned in section 47 (I) or (5) or any right to dig or to mine acquired under a tributing agreement as defined in section I of the Mining

Reviewed Mining Charter Centre for Environmental Rights

2021-8-22  CHARTER FOR THE SOUTH AFRICAN MINING AND MINERALS INDUSTRY, 2016. I, Mosebenzi Joseph Zwane, MP, Minister of Mineral Resources, hereby in terms of section 100 (2) of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002 (Act No. 28 of 2002), as amended, publish the Reviewed Broad Based Black -Economic Empowerment Charter for the

Mine Health and Safety Act: Guideline for mandatory

2018-12-9  THE SOUTH AFRICAN MINING INDUSTRY I DAVID MSIZA, Chief Inspector of Mines, under section 49 (6) of the Mine Health and Safety Act, 1996 (Act No. 29 of 1996) and after consultation with the Council, hereby issues the guideline on the provision of personal protecti e equipment for women in the South African mining industry in V SIZA 1

Mining Tax Recommendations Deloitte South Africa

1 天前  Acknowledging that the mining tax system in South Africa has evolved over many years by case law and in response to various geological, economic, social and environmental challenges,the DTC was mandated to consider, amongst other things, the appropriateness of the current mining tax regime.

A Code for the valuation of mineral properties and

2009-8-27  South African and foreign mining companies investing in South Africa, and which fits into the global standards that have been developed, while at the same time catering for local needs. It is the purpose of this paper to describe the current situation in South Africa with regard to valuation of mineral properties, and to suggest a way forward.

2025. Mining rehabilitation funds SAICA

2018-2-2  Non-compliance with section 37A carries penalties income tax is imposed on the mining company and/or the rehabilitation fund, if section 37A is contravened. In some instances, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) has a discretion to reduce the income tax so imposed.

SOUTH AFRICA MINING AND PETROLEUM ROYALTIES

2016-9-21  The imposition of mineral and petroleum royalties (“mining royalties”) in South Africa commenced on 1 March 2010 1 The Mineral and Petroleum Resources Royalty Act 28 of 2008 (the “Royalty Act”) regulates the imposition and calculation of mining royalties. Mining royalties are deductible for income tax purposes.

Mining Sector Wages in South Africa lmip.za

2 天前  2.5 Has the Collective Bargaining in South Africa Evolved Over Time (Pre- and Post-apartheid Periods)? 12 2.6 Weakness of the Wage Determination Process in South Africa 14 3. WAGES IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN MINING SECTOR 17 3.1 Worker Remuneration as a Percentage of Total Company Costs 17 3.2 Mining Wages in South Africa: A Sectoral Comparison 21

Mining Forum of South Africa and Another v Minister of

2021-8-17  Section 47 provides that: “(1) Subject to subsections (2), (3) and (4), the Minister may cancel or suspend any reconnaissance permission, prospecting right, mining right, mining permit or retention permit or holders of old order rights or previous owner of works if the holder or owner thereof— (a) is conducting any reconnaissance, prospecting or mining operation in contravention of this Act;

Tax investment boost for the mining sector in South Africa

2018-10-29  As a way to encourage investments in the mining sector, which is one of the largest employers in South Africa, Treasury introduced a tax incentive under Section 12J of the Income Tax Act. Although the incentive has been around since 2009, it is only within the last few years, through multiple amendments to the tax legislation, that the sector

Mining and your Community: Know your Environmental

2 天前  Section 1: Mining and your rights Section 2: The licence process and consultation Section 3: Important documents Section 4: Fighting for your rights In this guide we refer to the following laws • The Bill of Rights in the Constitution which describes the human rights of all people in South Africa.

Mining Law 2021 Laws and Regulations South Africa ICLG

2020-10-9  South Africa: Mining Laws and Regulations 2021. ICLG Mining Laws and Regulations South Africa covers common issues in mining laws and regulations including the acquisition of rights, ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, transfer and encumbrance, environmental aspects, native title and land rights in 15 jurisdictions.

Mine Health and Safety Act: Health and Safety Bill: Draft

2018-12-9  REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA MINE HEALTH AND SAFETY AMENDMENT BILL (As introduced in the National Assembly (proposed section 75); explanatory summary of Bill published in Government Gazette No. of) (The English text is the official text of the Bill) (MINISTER OF MINERAL RESOURCES) [B-2013] 4 No. 37027 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 15 NOVEMBER 2013

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2018-12-9  section 100 (2) of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development 2002 Act, (Act 28 No. of 2002), publish the Broad -Based Socio- Economic Empowerment Charter for the Mining and Minerals Industry, 2018 (Mining Charter, 2018) for implementation. The Mining Charter, 2018 must read be together with the Implementation Guidelines be to gazetted

Reviewed Mining Charter Centre for Environmental Rights

2021-8-22  CHARTER FOR THE SOUTH AFRICAN MINING AND MINERALS INDUSTRY, 2016. I, Mosebenzi Joseph Zwane, MP, Minister of Mineral Resources, hereby in terms of section 100 (2) of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002 (Act No. 28 of 2002), as amended, publish the Reviewed Broad Based Black -Economic Empowerment Charter for the

2297. Mining and prospecting SAICA

2018-2-2  2297. Mining and prospecting APRIL 2014 ISSUE 175. This article deals with the taxation of mining and prospecting companies that are tax resident in South Africa and their non-tax resident shareholders. What is certain is that they are subject to taxes.

[SAPL4][a20y1967]MINING RIGHTS ACT 20 OF

2021-2-5  [SAPL4][a20y1967]MINING RIGHTS ACT 20 OF 1967[/SAPL4] NOTE: The whole of this Act, except certain definitions in s. 1, and Chapter XVI, has been repealed by s. 68 (1) of the Minerals Act 50 of 1991, which came

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN (EMP)

2016-11-23  mining companies and their respective operations. Environmental legislation in South Africa, read with the South African Constitution, was promulgated to ensure that environmental degradation must be avoided, and at the very least be minimised and mitigated for. The South African Constitution gives the people of South Africa the right ‘to an

Mining Companies And Section 23K Tax South Africa

2011-12-23  Mining Companies And Section 23K. Prior to the introduction of section 23K by way of clause 49 of the Taxation Laws Amendment Bill, Bill 19 of 2011 (the "TLAB") whether or not a taxpayer was permitted a deduction in respect of interest expenditure, hinged upon whether or not the expenditure satisfied the requirements in terms of section 11 (a

Section 12J Section 12J Investments from Jaltech Jaltech

The sole objective of the Section 12J VCC is to manage investments in qualifying companies, which should stimulate local investment in small to medium enterprises (SMEs) and address unemployment in South Africa. This is done by providing the investor (South African taxpayers) with a tax incentive for investing in a Section 12J VCC.

Mining Titles Department of Mineral Resources

1.2.7 Where a mining right has been obtained in respect of a Prospecting right in terms of section 19(1)(b) of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002 as amended (MPRDA), the client’s copy of the prospecting right must be lodged for endorsement purposes

DMR > Mineral Policy & Promotion > Mineral Economics

THE AFRICAN MINING PARTNERSHIP (AMP) The African Mining Partnership (AMP), whose main function is to drive the New Partnership for Africa's Development (Nepad) mining initiatives, was established during the African Mining Minister's meeting held in Cape Town in February 2004. South Africa is an important role player in this body.

Mining rights and title in South Africa Lexology

2019-7-4  An overview of legal and practical considerations surrounding mining rights and title in South Africa, including the extent of state control, renewal and transfer of licences, and protection of

Tax Solutions for Mining Deloitte South Africa

2 天前  The African Mining industry is an integral cog to what is an intricate market landscape. Understanding the complexities of the various in-country regulations and tax rules is vital for business to navigate profitably through the industry. Deloitte Tax experts specialise in identifying real time solutions for mining entities across multiple tax

MINING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Corruption

2017-10-9  South Africa has an abundance of mineral resources, which is a direct source of foreign investment. We are said to have the world’s fifth-largest mining sector, employing 5% of the South African workforce. The mining industry is currently regulated under the

The South African legislative framework for mine closure

2009-8-26  The Journal of The South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy OCTOBER 2003 489 Historical background South Africa has, and still is, relying heavily on mining activities to generate wealth that could be translated into economic development, infrastructure and employment. Formal mining in South Africa is more than 100 years old.

AN ANALYSIS OF THE TAX IMPLICATIONS OF

2016-8-2  Junior exploration companies, Prospecting expenditure, Prospecting rights, Mining operations, Income derived from mining operations, Section 11(a), section 15(b) and section 22 of the Income Tax Act _____ #Ms Joline Sturdy is a senior lecturer in the Department of Financial Accounting at the University of South Africa .

SAMCODES SAMREC

2019-1-22  South Africa is a minerals rich country, and as a result, its economy is driven by the mining industry both as a direct employer (mines) and as indirect employers (services, engineering, housing, food, etc.) and substantially contributes to the

THE SOUTH AFRICAN LEGISLATIVE FRAME ViORK FOR

2010-10-10  South Africa has, and still is, relying heavily on mining activities to generate wealth that could be translated into economic development, infrastructure and employment. Formal mining in South Africa is more than 100 years old. Legislation at that time primarily focused on "surface

Section 54s cost SA mines R4.8bn in 2015, and 2016 may

2016-8-19  That means that between 2012 and 2015 a period in which total fatalities on South African mines that report to the CoM declined about 44% Section 54s resulted in a loss of R13.63bn. And given the anecdotal evidence of mining executives so far