Mineral and Petroleum Law of South Africa: Commentary and Statutes



  • Format: Loose-leaf
  • ISBN: 9780702167218
  • Language(s): English
  • Extent: Approx. 960 Pages
  • Published:
  • Category: Mining and Mineral Law

R2,942.00



This publication assists the reader in understanding the past and present mineral and petroleum regulatory frameworks as well as the future dispensation.

  • A historical overview of the development of this area of law.
  • An introduction to the administration of the mineral and petroleum statutes.
  • The old order (in terms of the Minerals Act 50 of 1991) with an emphasis on its continued relevance for purposes of the transitional measures.
  • The transitional measures from the old to the new order.
  • The new order brought about by the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002.
  • The Black Economic Empowerment provisions.
  • The registration of new order rights in terms of the Mining Titles Registration Act 16 of 1967 (as amended by Act 24 of 2003).
  • The control measures put in place to regulate minerals and petroleum.

  • Legal advisors, compliance officers, risk managers and company secretaries of companies involved in the mining and petroleum industry
  • Petroleum companies
  • Mine consultants
  • Lawyers specialising in the field
  • Department of Mineral and Energy officials

This publication aims to assist the reader in understanding the past and present mineral and petroleum regulatory frameworks to ensure a smooth crossing of the transitional bridge to the new regulatory era.

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This publication assists the reader in understanding the past and present mineral and petroleum regulatory frameworks as well as the future dispensation.

  • A historical overview of the development of this area of law.
  • An introduction to the administration of the mineral and petroleum statutes.
  • The old order (in terms of the Minerals Act 50 of 1991) with an emphasis on its continued relevance for purposes of the transitional measures.
  • The transitional measures from the old to the new order.
  • The new order brought about by the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 28 of 2002.
  • The Black Economic Empowerment provisions.
  • The registration of new order rights in terms of the Mining Titles Registration Act 16 of 1967 (as amended by Act 24 of 2003).
  • The control measures put in place to regulate minerals and petroleum.

  • Legal advisors, compliance officers, risk managers and company secretaries of companies involved in the mining and petroleum industry
  • Petroleum companies
  • Mine consultants
  • Lawyers specialising in the field
  • Department of Mineral and Energy officials

This publication aims to assist the reader in understanding the past and present mineral and petroleum regulatory frameworks to ensure a smooth crossing of the transitional bridge to the new regulatory era.

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.


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