Free State Heritage Resources Authority
The FSHRA was established in terms of Act 25 of 1999 section 23. It is a body corporate capable of suing and being sued in its corporate name.
The FSHRA, as a provincial heritage resources authority, is responsible for the identification and management of heritage resources in the Free State, which, in a provincial context, have special significance. A heritage resource is a place or object of cultural significance.
A heritage site can either be a national heritage site [if declared as such by the South African Heritage Resources Authority (the “SAHRA”) or a a provincial heritage site if so declared by a provincial heritage resources authority. Heritage resources have lasting value, are finite, non-renewable and irreplaceable. The FSHRA has the competence to grant or refuse permits.
Memebers of the FSHRA
- Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation
- Private Bag X20606,
- Bloemfontein 9300
- Ms Malintja Molahloe