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Title: Which law can protect lake fundudzi? An interface between water, protected areas, customary and international laws
Authors: Funke, N
Rieu-Clarke, A
Steyn, M
Gooch, G
Nortje, K
Keywords: Lake fundudzi
Customary and international laws
Tshiavha clan
Venda culture
Vhatavhatsindi people
Issue Date: Jul-2011
Citation: Funke, N, Rieu-Clarke, A, Steyn, M, et al. 2011. Which law can protect lake fundudzi? An interface between water, protected areas, customary and international laws. Mpekweni Beach Resort, 3-7 July 2011, pp. 9
Series/Report no.: Workflow;7038
Abstract: Place of worship for Tshiavha clan; forms part of larger network of pools, groves and waterfalls which must be protected according to Venda culture to ensure good annual rainfalls and fertile soils. Tshiavha people believe the lake is inhabited by ancestral spirits of Vhatavhatsindi people and no foreign people allowed to visit without prior permission from local headmen Netshivavha.
Description: IUCN Academy of Environmental Law 2011 Colloquium: Water and the Law: Towards Sustainability,Eastern Cape, Mpekweni Beach Resort, 3-7 July 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5142
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