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Sustainability–environmental risks and legal liabilities of South African banks
In the environmental context banks face direct, indirect and reputational risks from their internal operations and their external business activities. The current specific focus on the protection of the environment makes ...
Environmental governance, fragmentation and sustainability in the mining industry
(North-West University, 2012)
As a developing country, South Africa is in dire need of socio-economic development and upliftment, especially in the light of past inequalities. Mining generates massive amounts of revenue and creates employment for the ...
A legal framework for integrated environmental governance in South Africa and the North-West Province
(North-West University, 2005)
The environmental governance sphere in South Africa is fragmented. This fragmentation is exacerbated in the provinces. Fragmentation manifests in various ways, including, inter alia, structural fragmentation between the ...