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THE ROLE OF SELF-GOVERNANCE IN MITIGATING THE EFFECTS OF MINE WATER POLLUTION: A CASE STUDY OF ANGLOCOAL EMALAHLENI RECLAMATION PLANT IN MPUMALANGA PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA

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posted on 02.04.2019 by LUYANDA MKUKWANA NGOMANE
The main purpose of this study was to explore the role of self-governance in mitigating the effects of mine water pollution. Based on a case study of the Anglo Coal eMalahleni Reclamation Plant in Mpumalanga Province, South Africa, the objectives of the study were to investigate the nature of water quality management in eMalahleni; to probe the water institutional arrangements of Anglo Coal mine; to establish how the self-governance principle of rulemaking in the reclamation plant helps in mitigating mine water pollution and improving water quality; and to assess the effectiveness of monitoring and enforcement of the water treatment guidelines.

History

Principal supervisor

Bimo Nkhata

Additional supervisor 1

Agnes Babugura

Year of Award

2018

Department, School or Centre

Monash South Africa School of Social Sciences

Course

Master of Philosophy

Degree Type

MPHIL

Campus location

South africa

Faculty

Faculty of Arts

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