Towards a Future Mineral Mineral Law System for South African.

This paper consists of two parts. The first part briefly discusses the common law and the Minerals Act 50 of 1991. The second part deals with the proposed changes to the mining and mineral laws of South Africa. The author asserts that, despite having a comprehensive range of the Mineral Act, there still remains some important aspects of the mining law which are governed by the common law. The author then proceeds to outline what these aspects are and the principles which govern them, as well as the impact and changes the Mineral Act has brought to the fore since its coming into operation.

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