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  • Traditional Authorities and Regional Councils in South Africa | DLIST Benguela
    Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Traditional Authorities and Regional Councils in South Africa Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The Traditional Authorities Act 1995 Act 17 of 1995 Confirmed the subordinate position of traditional leadership against the elected administrative structures effectively tasking the institution to perform cultural and supportive duties only Author Christian Keulder Publisher Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance of

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/traditional-authorities-and-regional-councils-south-africa-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • TRAINING AND CAPACITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR THE BCLMEASSESSMENT FOR THE BCLME | DLIST Benguela
    Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other TRAINING AND CAPACITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT FOR THE BCLMEASSESSMENT FOR THE BCLME Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The highly dynamic and productive Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem BCLME borders on the coastline of three countries namely Angola Namibia and South Africa The BCLME Programme was developed with the principal objectives of better understanding Author B M Clark M T Laros and L J Atkinson Publisher Anchor Environmental Consultants CC Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is

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  • Training and Support for Resource Management program (Transport) | DLIST Benguela
    or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Training and Support for Resource Management program Transport Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The PPMM was conducted from November 14 26 with a preparatory mission on October 28 29 It was supposed to assess achievements and non achievements as well as problems and potentials of Transforms interventions before this project phase after being exten Author Dr Thomas Schwedersky Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/training-and-support-resource-management-program-transport-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • TRANSBOUNDARY DIAGNOSTIC ANALYSIS(TDA) | DLIST Benguela
    proceedings Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other TRANSBOUNDARY DIAGNOSTIC ANALYSIS TDA Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem BCLME is situated along the coast of south western Africa stretching from east of the Cape of Good Hope in the south equatorwards to the Angola Front which is situated near the northern geopolitical boundary Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance of our

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/transboundary-diagnostic-analysistda-0 (2016-02-18)
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  • Trophy Hunting in the Namibian economy: An Assessment | DLIST Benguela
    Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Trophy Hunting in the Namibian economy An Assessment Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 Trophy hunting is a significant component of both tourism industry as well as the Namibian economy at large This document presents results from an assessment of trophy hunting s role to the Namibian economy Author Michael Nokokure Humavindu Publisher DEA MET Namibia Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/trophy-hunting-the-namibian-economy-an-assessment-1 (2016-02-18)
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  • Trophy Hunting in the Namibian economy: An Assessment | DLIST Benguela
    of document Course materials Event proceedings Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Trophy Hunting in the Namibian economy An Assessment Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 Trophy hunting is a significant component of both tourism industry as welll as the Namibian economy at large Author Michael Nokokure Humavindu Publisher DEA MET Namibia Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance of our library Payment can be made through

    Original URL path: http://www.dlist.org/document-library/trophy-hunting-the-namibian-economy-an-assessment-2 (2016-02-18)
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  • Understanding Coastal Zone Management and its application to South Africa | DLIST Benguela
    which documents to see Search word Type of document Course materials Event proceedings Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Understanding Coastal Zone Management and its application to South Africa Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 Understanding Coastal Zone Management and its application to South Africa Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance of our library Payment can be made through our PayFast account Alternatively an individual or

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  • Walvis Bay Local Agenda 21: Project Document | DLIST Benguela
    Government publications Newspaper or Magazine article Notices Policy Promotional material Report Scientific paper Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Category Biodiversity and Conservation Climate Change and Atmospheric Processes Coastal Management Environmental Threats Heritage Cultural Historical Land based Pollution Laws Legislation and Policies Living Marine Resource Marine Protected Areas Ports and Large Scale Infrastructure Socio economic Issues Tourism Other Hold down CTRL while you click to deselect or to select multiple options Language Any English French Afrikaans Swahili Portuguese Other Walvis Bay Local Agenda 21 Project Document Posted Sat 2000 01 01 00 00 The project Walvis Bay Local Agenda 21 comprises of four components i Develop Environmental Policies and Strategies in the Walvis Bay Municipality recognizing LA21 principles ii Establish a coherent picture of hydrodynamic and ecological conditions Author Walvis Bay DANCED Language English Request document Request this document from the DLIST library Articles that are not currently available in soft copy on the site have to be scanned from our library processed and sent to you directly This is done free of charge for communities however a retrieval fee of R250 is charged to other parties for the maintenance of our

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