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LOCKDOWN LEVEL 3 REGULATIONS

Lockdown level 3 regulations: In view of the imposition of level 3 lockdown regulations, and due to the declaration of Umgungundlovu district as a covid-19 virus hotspot, the holiday closure of the Amafa and research institute’s Pietermaritzburg office has been extended to 11 January 2021.  However, the situation remains fluid and it is likely

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HOLIDAY CLOSURE

Holiday closure The built environment and archaeology sections will be closed from 12 December 2020 to 17 January 2021 (incl). The Amafa office at 195 Langalibalele street will be closed between 24 December 2020 and 1 January 2021 (incl), re-opening on 2 January 2021. Built environment minor work applications: the deadline for the last

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OPERATIONS UNDER LOCK DOWN LEVEL 3

The Kzn Amafa And Research Institute Continue To Comply With Lock Down Regulations Whilst Resuming Some Operations: In The Main Staff Continue To Work From Home But A Skeleton Staff Mans The Offices On Mondays To Thursdays From 08:00 – 15:00 – Phones Are Not Manned On Fridays. Staff Are Not Generally Contactable By

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CLOSURE OF MUSEUMS AND VISITOR CENTRES

The covid-19 is continuing to spread, as in many counties, South Africa has introduced special measures to deal with the pandemic. In line with the measures introduced by the south African presidency, the KZN Amafa and research institute has resolved to close all its visitor centres and museums with effect from Wednesday 25, march

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MINOR WORKS

Notice: minor work and hard copy submissions In the light of the national, disaster declared on the 15 March 2020, the KZN Amafa and research institute is discouraging in person minor work submissions to the built environment section on Mondays over the next 4-5 weeks in view of the health risks associated with crowded

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LOCKDOWN LEVEL 3 REGULATIONS

Lockdown level 3 regulations: In view of the imposition of level 3 lockdown regulations, and due to the declaration of Umgungundlovu district as a covid-19 virus hotspot, the holiday closure of the Amafa and research institute’s Pietermaritzburg office has been extended to 11 January 2021.  However, the situation remains fluid and it is likely

Read more >

HOLIDAY CLOSURE

Holiday closure The built environment and archaeology sections will be closed from 12 December 2020 to 17 January 2021 (incl). The Amafa office at 195 Langalibalele street will be closed between 24 December 2020 and 1 January 2021 (incl), re-opening on 2 January 2021. Built environment minor work applications: the deadline for the last

Read more >

OPERATIONS UNDER LOCK DOWN LEVEL 3

The Kzn Amafa And Research Institute Continue To Comply With Lock Down Regulations Whilst Resuming Some Operations: In The Main Staff Continue To Work From Home But A Skeleton Staff Mans The Offices On Mondays To Thursdays From 08:00 – 15:00 – Phones Are Not Manned On Fridays. Staff Are Not Generally Contactable By

Read more >

CLOSURE OF MUSEUMS AND VISITOR CENTRES

The covid-19 is continuing to spread, as in many counties, South Africa has introduced special measures to deal with the pandemic. In line with the measures introduced by the south African presidency, the KZN Amafa and research institute has resolved to close all its visitor centres and museums with effect from Wednesday 25, march

Read more >

MINOR WORKS

Notice: minor work and hard copy submissions In the light of the national, disaster declared on the 15 March 2020, the KZN Amafa and research institute is discouraging in person minor work submissions to the built environment section on Mondays over the next 4-5 weeks in view of the health risks associated with crowded

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Awards

During September (Heritage Month) of each year, Amafa hosts the Annual Amafa Heritage Awards. These awards recognize the efforts of members of the public who have made a contribution towards heritage conservation in KwaZulu Natal.

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of the KZN Heritage Act of 1997, replaced by the KZN Heritage Act of 2008. The Institute became the official PHRA on 14 December 2018 …

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of the KZN Heritage Act of 1997, replaced by the KZN Heritage Act of 2008. The Institute became the official PHRA on 14 December 2018 …

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