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National Heritage Resources Act, 1999 (Act No.25 of 1999)


South African Heritage Resources Agency (SAHRA) Permit Regulations

Chapter II : Permit Applications (Section 48(1)) and General Provisions for Permit Applications

5. Submission of reports


(1) Within a maximum of 12 months of the completion of the authorised actions or expiry of a permit the permit holder must submit to SAHRA a report, conforming to the standards set out in the Guidelines, concerning the actions undertaken under authority of a permit.


(2) Copies of published papers and/or theses or dissertations that include the information required in terms of the Guidelines may be accepted in lieu of a final report.


(3) A copy of every publication on the work done in terms of a permit must be supplied to SAHRA.


(4) If a permit holder does not publish a report submitted to SAHRA in terms of any regulations in this Part within two years, such report may be made available by SAHRA to researchers on request.


(5) SAHRA may submit unpublished reports submitted in terms of these regulations for peer review if it is not satisfied that the information has been adequately reported and, if the reviews are unfavourable, may withhold further permits from such permit holder until an adequate report is received.