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Economic Impact South African National Roads Agency
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. 1998 the Protea Parkways Consortium submitted a proposal to the South African National Roads Agency Ltd (SANRAL) to develop a proposal to. Protea Parkways and SANRAL commissioned a study into the socio economic impact of the proposed toll roads. This report is a. study had five key objectives. These were to determine the economic impact of the upgrading, maintaining and tolling of the N1. the net economic impact on all road users; and to determine the impact of tolling on the users of public transport. This.

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South African Students' Congress Institutional Autonomy And Che
south african students' congress institutional autonomy and che
. general and (higher) education in particular in a transitional society; South Africa. We are acutely aware of the fact that whilst.

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The Public Trust Doctrine South African Water Law
the public trust doctrine south african water law
. a new attempt to promote agricultural- and farming systems in South Africa. This started the gradual deterioration of the dominus fluminis.

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Annual Economic Report South African Reserve Bank
annual economic report south african reserve bank
. growth in 2011 resulted mainly from the further expansion of economic activity in the tertiary sector as well as positive, albeit.

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Quarterly Economic Review South African Reserve Bank
quarterly economic review south african reserve bank
The acceleration in manufacturing output can be explained by a rise in real domestic final demand and somewhat stronger export demand for certain categories of manufactured goods. The quarterly expansion was evident in production volumes of several subsectors, including textiles, clothing, leather and footwear; wood and wood products, paper publishing and printing; basic iron and steel, nonferrous metal products and machinery; and radio, television and communication apparatus and professional equipment. .

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