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Nationalizing South African mines: an enonomic assessment

Nationalization is high on the policy agenda in South Africa. This paper considers the case for nationalizing the local mining sector from an evidence-based perspective, which is derived from theoretical considerations and related to the known features of the South African mining sector and economy. A strong case against nationalization

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The impact of the proposed nationalisation of South

The impact of the proposed nationalisation of South African mines on employment in the platinum sector ii Abstract Many forums have been recently organised in South Africa to discuss the level of State intervention in the minerals sector, the expropriation of private mining companies, and the transfer of mineral wealth to the people. The objective of this research was to explore the possible

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Nationalisation of mineral rights in South Africa

Nationalisation of mineral rights in South Africa 127 minerals. The right granted to the third person could apply in general or only in respect of a particular category of minerals. It was not uncommon in South Africa for landowners to separate their ownership of the land from mineral rights, for example by retaining the mineral rights relating

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(PDF) A Crtitical Analysis of the Proposed Nationalisation

A Crtitical Analysis of the Proposed Nationalisation of Mines in South Africa in Light of South Africa's International Law Obligations

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NATIONALISATION CASE STUDIES LESSONS FOR SOUTH A

at nationalisation in these and other countries at various times involved such sectors as mining and banking. The proposal by the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) to nationalise certain key sectors within the South African economy is based on a motivation to address the inequalities created by the previous dispensation. The idea is that, once key strategic areas are in the hands

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The impact of the proposed nationalisation of South

The impact of the proposed nationalisation of South African mines on employment in the platinum sector ii Abstract Many forums have been recently organised in South Africa to discuss the level of State intervention in the minerals sector, the expropriation of private mining companies, and the transfer of mineral wealth to the people. The objective of this research was to explore the possible

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Nationalisation of mineral rights in South Africa

Nationalisation of mineral rights in South Africa 127 minerals. The right granted to the third person could apply in general or only in respect of a particular category of minerals. It was not uncommon in South Africa for landowners to separate their ownership of the land from mineral rights, for example by retaining the mineral rights relating

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(PDF) A Crtitical Analysis of the Proposed Nationalisation

A Crtitical Analysis of the Proposed Nationalisation of Mines in South Africa in Light of South Africa's International Law Obligations

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(PDF) Poverty and the Nationalisation of Mines in South

Download Free PDF. Download Free PDF. Poverty and the Nationalisation of Mines in South Africa: A Critique Based on African Proverbs and Theology, International Journal of Africana Studies 18/1 (2017): 30-43. Ndikho Mtshiselwa. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper . 30 Full PDFs related to this paper. READ PAPER. Poverty and the Nationalisation of

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NATIONALISATION CASE STUDIES LESSONS FOR SOUTH A

at nationalisation in these and other countries at various times involved such sectors as mining and banking. The proposal by the African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) to nationalise certain key sectors within the South African economy is based on a motivation to address the inequalities created by the previous dispensation. The idea is that, once key strategic areas are in the hands

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Nationalization and Mining: Lessons from

Nationalization and Mining: Lessons from Zambia budget deficit increased to US$150 million. Foreign debt of $2.6 billion had to be restructured. By 1986 a noticeable decline in copper production resulted in the closure of many mining units and led to the implementation of a five-year plan to revive the company8. This was not successful, and by the end of the 1980s the Nkana Division, capable

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South Africa OECD

first time in South Africa’s 130-year mining history, that mineral rights are vested with the state. The main purpose of the Minerals and Petroleum Bill is to set out how South Africa can manage its mineral resources in a way that will bring about transformation in the mining industry. The new mining legislation, which should come into effect early next year, will grant mineral rights for 30

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(PDF) Nationalization and Mining: Lessons from, Zambia

Until 2012, Zambia was the largest copper producer in Africa, but it has since been overtaken by the DRC. Zambian mining policy has travelled the path from assets being held by privately owned

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(PDF) Nationalisation: A case study of Zambiaer title

the stated aim s of nationalisation in South Africa and . other countries indicates a need for advocates of . nationalisation here to think again, to ret urn to the . drawing board. Econom ic and

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Nationalisation Of The Mines In South Africa

South Africa is currently engaged in a heated debate on whether to nationalize the country’s mines, the outcome of which will greatly affect the future of the economy as well as the well being of millions of individuals. Nationalization is “the act of taking assets into state ownership. Usually it refers to private assets being nationalized.”(wordiq). Nationalisation is generally

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