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A SURVEY OF CULTURAL RESOURCES - SAHRA

A SURVEY OF CULTURAL RESOURCES - SAHRA

Basic Assessment Mookodi

Basic Assessment Mookodi Integration – Phase 2Reversibility 2 1Irreplaceable loss 2 1Duration 2 1Cumulative effect 2 1Intensity/magnitude 2 1Significance rating 24 (Negative low impact) 6 (low negative)All of these sites should be avoided as far as possible.Mitigation should take the form of isolating known sitesand declare them as no-go zones with sufficient largebuffer zones around them for protection. In exceptionalcases mitigation can be implemented after requiredMitigation measuresprocedures have been followed.8. CONCLUSIONSThe aim of the survey was to broadly identify, evaluate and document sites, objects andstructures of cultural significance found within the corridor alternatives in which it is proposedto develop 132kV power lines as well as the substation sites.The following categories of heritage sites were identified as occurring in the study area:Stone Age sitesFarming and farming related activities, such as farmsteads, stock pens, windmills, etc.Buildings and sites of heritage significance in the various towns.Elements of local infrastructure such as a railway line and associated stations and otherstructures.Local and private cemeteries.Roadside memorials.Sensitive areas:All pans are sensitive as stone tools have been identified to occur on the rim of a numberof them. A buffer of 20 metres from the outer edge of the rim of the pan should be createdin order not to impact on the stone tools.The same hold true for all water courses.Many rock outcrops in the region show signs of having being quarried by Stone Agepeople in order to obtain material for producing stone tools. In addition, in some casesrock engraving occur on some of the outcrops. Therefore, all outcrops should be avoidedas far as possible. All farmsteads, occupied or not, should be buffered with a no-go zone of at least 100metres from the last visible feature associated with the farmstead/homestead.All cemeteries should have a buffer of at least 20 metres from the outer most graves.Fortunately, many cemeteries are fenced off, which can then be used as a buffer.All other features such as bridges, station buildings, etc. should be buffered with a no-gozone of at least 20 metres.25

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