Free State Heritage Resources Authority

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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

Mr N. Thabana, Mr A. J. Roodt, Me. K.A. Sekhabisa (chair), Mr C. M. Twala, Kgosi L S Moloi

Contact Details

Department of Sport, Arts, Culture and Recreation
Private Bag X20606,
Bloemfontein 9300
Ms Malintja Molahloe

Annual Reports


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