Public Participation

Public Participation

Selection of reports about all environmental impact assessments.

1577 Sibanye WLTR Project

  • Posted on November 28, 2023

PROPOSED WESTERN LIMB TAILINGS RETREATMENT (WLTR) PLANT RETROFITTING AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE. The applicant is applying for the retrofitting of the existing Western Limb Tailings Retreatment […]

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1590 Thungela Lephalale Coal Bed Methane EIA

  • Posted on November 2, 2023

Call to Register Phase Background Information Document Afrikaans Background Information Document English Background Information Document Sepedi Background Information Document Setswana Questionnaire Afrikaans Questionnaire English Questionnaire […]

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1578 Sibanye KTD1 Remining Project

  • Posted on October 16, 2023

PROPOSED WESTERN PLATINUM KTD1 TAILINGS RESIDUE STOCKPILE REMINING IN NORTH WEST PROVINCE. The applicant (Western Platinum (Pty) Ltd) is applying for a waste management license […]

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1592 Thungela Zibulo North Overhead Lines

  • Posted on September 29, 2023


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1571 BMM Environmental Audits

  • Posted on April 17, 2023

Doornknie (DMRE Reference Number: NC 30/5/1/1/3/2/1/11586 PR) Doornknie Audit Report   Aroams (DMRE Reference Number: NC 30/5/1/1/2/11987 PR) Aroams Audit Report

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1566 Harmony Valley TSF EIA and WULA

  • Posted on April 6, 2023

Harmony Gold: Proposed new Valley Tailings Storage Facility Initial Call to Register: Initial Notification Letter Background Information Document Locality Map Scoping Report (Click here) Appendix […]

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  • Posted on October 25, 2022

ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION APPLICATION PROCESS FOR THE PROPOSED TGS SEISMIC RECONNAISSANCE BASIC ASSESSMENT Draft Basic Assessment Report Executive Summary Afrikaans Executive Summary English Executive Summary Xhosa […]

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1492 EMPR Amendment: Moab Khotsong

  • Posted on October 17, 2022

OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME HARMONY MOAB KHOTSONG OPERATIONS NW 30/5/1/2/2/15 & 16MR Amended Enviromental Management Programme Appendix 1: Code of Practice for Mine Residue Deposits […]

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The following policy applies to the processing of personal information required and acquired during the Public Participation Processes required by the Specific Environmental Management Acts (SEMA’s) defined in the National Environmental Management Act (act 107 of 1998, as amended- NEMA). 

EIMS respects the privacy of your information and is committed to the protection of personal information in compliance with the laws of South Africa. 

 In fulfilling our obligations under the relevant SEMA’s and other legal duties and rights, EIMS collects and uses personal information from registered interested and affected parties as well as making such information publicly available and submission to the relevant competent authorities. Such usage is not limited to an EIA process only but includes appeal processes, and to communicate and make audit reports available. 

By registering as an interested and affected party you consent to the collection, usage and processing of your personal information (as defined herein). Personal information collected from registered interested and affected parties includes names; contact details; views, opinions, comments, responses and/or objections; and any submissions, communications or correspondence submitted to or received from EIMS. A registered interested and affected party is defined in Regulation 42 of the NEMA EIA Regulations and includes: all persons who, as a consequence of the public participation process conducted in respect of that application, have submitted written comments or attended meetings with the proponent, applicant or EAP; and all persons who have requested the proponent or applicant, in writing, for their names to be placed on the register. 

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Personal information collected is stored and disposed of in accordance with the requirements of the POPIA. 

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