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RDL5631S: NEGOTIATION OF MINING CONTRACTS

This course is aimed at students interested in the process of contract negotiations in the mining sector. The course will provide an overview of the nature of mining contracts, including the advantages and disadvantages of these contracts to furthering the goals of the broader legislative scheme governing mineral resources. It will provide a clear overview of the requirements for a valid contract and the types of terms and conditions typically encountered in contracts of this nature.

RDL5630S: COMPARATIVE MINERAL LAW IN AFRICA

In enabling the study of the theory and practice of mineral law, this course focuses on building understanding of the complexities of the mineral laws of selected African jurisdictions in their historical, constitutional and political setting. It introduces the topic by dealing with the prevalent regulatory frameworks for mineral law in Africa, and the core concepts. It deals specifically with the nature and content of rights to minerals.

Equipping University students with tools to deliver career messages to the community

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Career Education Workshop 2018

Developing well-rounded and socially conscious students is an integral part of UCT’s 2020 vision to create global citizens. In support of this, UCT Careers Services’ Beyond School Careers Programme runs its Career Education Workshop, which equips UCT students across faculties and study levels with the skills to be careers ambassadors in communities - both locally and beyond South Africa’s borders.

 

RDL4504S: SOUTH AFRICAN MINERAL LAW: THEORY, CONTEXT AND REFORM

In enabling the study of the theory and practice of mineral law, this course focuses on building understanding of the complexities of South African mineral law in its historical, constitutional and political setting. It introduces the topic by dealing with the origins and historical development of mineral law, and the core concepts thereof. It deals specifically with the nature and content of rights to minerals and the current regulatory framework for these rights.

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