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Mark
No I do not
Rights of developers
Tshepiso
Not fully
Submission of plans
J
Aubrey
No I do not
Exclusive use areas
Carol
No I do not
Other
I am totally against it
Ruenet
Yes I do
Exclusive use areas
"Too many area's are becoming over developed and the infrastructure does not support it. Developers need to be curtailed. Let them find "new" area's to target and leave those that are already congested and straining alone! For example TABLE VIEW has major issues with traffic and infrastructure yet new blocks of flats keep getting approved. Its insane!" - Agree 100%
Maxie
No I do not
Exclusive use areas
1. Sectional title holders have the right through the Bill of Rights to use their land to secure their families; assets; and finances.
2. Land, when financed, needs to be paid for in full to change ownership.
3. Some land, because of risk of earthquakes or flooding or radioactive/ disease contamination, to the larger population needs to remain zoned exclusively for a purpose.
Some land has large sink holes below them.
Another example of this is the Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve, Gauteng, that is at the intersection of multiple geological fault lines. If excavation occurs in the ridges there it can cause earthquakes; rock slides; and mud slides and cause thousands of deaths. An earthquake did occur there a few years ago and closed off the lower stream that is now Gordon road.
Another example is land that has title deeds reflecting United Nations Global Heritage sites, or National Government Key Point structures, or is land that in perpetuity is to belong to the Living God and just to be managed by Trustees.
4. Taking an erf and splitting it into sectional titles should therefore be exercised with caution because government is supposed to be securing the rights of all citizens and not just one group of corrupt citizens wanting to take exclusive use areas and change them into a different zoning for the development of properties and to financially reward international syndicates. An example of this is the marine land rights being sold off for Natural Gas fracking.
The sovereignty of the Republic of South Africa is at stake if caution is not exercised correctly at sectional titles close to the marine; land and air borders of South Africa.
5. Similar to how Germany and the USA and China, the land of South Africa should benefit the humans; fauna; and flora of South Africa 90% before other sovereignties can exercise their rights
The trust between the Government and its Citizens are non-existant. This amendment bill will only benefit the Government with fraud in mind. Rather than thinking of ways to change things to benefit the corrupt officials, think of ways to improve Infrastructure, protecting our borders and stop selling off coastline's to the Chinese for commercial fishing that is not benefiting our country but infact stealing our resources. Stop pushing the citizens for changes that is only to the benefit of you the corrupt officials, a day will come when all citizens will stand-up against this.
Jainine
No I do not
Exclusive use areas
1. Sectional title holders have the right through the Bill of Rights to use their land to secure their families; assets; and finances.
2. Land, when financed, needs to be paid for in full to change ownership.
3. Some land, because of risk of earthquakes or flooding or radioactive/ disease contamination, to the larger population needs to remain zoned exclusively for a purpose.
Some land has large sink holes below them.
Another example of this is the Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve, Gauteng, that is at the intersection of multiple geological fault lines. If excavation occurs in the ridges there it can cause earthquakes; rock slides; and mud slides and cause thousands of deaths. An earthquake did occur there a few years ago and closed off the lower stream that is now Gordon road.
Another example is land that has title deeds reflecting United Nations Global Heritage sites, or National Government Key Point structures, or is land that in perpetuity is to belong to the Living God and just to be managed by Trustees.
4. Taking an erf and splitting it into sectional titles should therefore be exercised with caution because government is supposed to be securing the rights of all citizens and not just one group of corrupt citizens wanting to take exclusive use areas and change them into a different zoning for the development of properties and to financially reward international syndicates. An example of this is the marine land rights being sold off for Natural Gas fracking.
The sovereignty of the Republic of South Africa is at stake if caution is not exercised correctly at sectional titles close to the marine; land and air borders of South Africa.
5. Similar to how Germany and the USA and China, the land of South Africa should benefit the humans; fauna; and flora of South Africa 90% before other sovereignties can exercise their rights.
Mark
No I do not
Rights of developers
Theresa
No I do not
Exclusive use areas
Cheryl
Not fully
Rights of developers
Any changes that the government want to make never seems to be for the good of the people or country. Always seems to be for their benefit.