• Published On: 15 Aug 2022By Categories: Latest News

    15 August 2022 – The decision has been made to suspend all cattle movement in the country, except for the movement of cattle to registered abattoirs for slaughter. This drastic measure is expected to be very short term to halt the spread of FMD and catch up on vaccinations. According to this decision, no cattle [...]

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  • Published On: 15 Aug 2022By Categories: Latest News

    The public hearing process is ongoing 30 November Link to Bill: National Veld and Forest Fire Amendment Bill [B24-2021] National Veld and Forest Fire Amendment Bill Summary National Veld and Forest Fire Bill Summary (Afrikaans)

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  • Published On: 15 Aug 2022By Categories: Latest News, Animal Health

    Game ranching with the many non-domesticated ungulate species of which we are custodians is different from farming with domesticated animal species in a number of ways. Game species are not domesticated, are rarely “tame” but may be habituated to the activities that are undertaken on game ranches. This means that we cannot just chase [...]

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  • Published On: 10 Aug 2022By Categories: Latest News, FMD Updates

    South Africa currently has 110 open Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) outbreaks in the previous FMD free zone, comprised of three outbreak events. The first event started in May 2021 and is affecting KwaZulu-Natal Province. The second outbreak event started in March 2022 in the previous free zone in Limpopo Province. The third outbreak [...]

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  • Published On: 3 Aug 2022By Categories: Latest News

    Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, Barbara Creecy, released the latest rhino poaching statistics. Clearly it is time for a new approach to curb the slaughter of our rhino. A total of 259 rhino have been poached for their horn in South Africa in the first six months of 2022. “Recent trends [...]

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  • Published On: 3 Aug 2022By Categories: Latest News

    Pretoria, 27 July 2022 - We are pleased to have had a successful meeting with African Community Conservationists (ACC) chairperson Esther Netshivhongweni and COO Ngwanammoto Kgotse (Nick) to discuss transformative partnerships with previously disadvantaged communities to, among other shared goals, expand the rewilding of marginal agricultural lands through partnership with community-landowners. WRSA is committed [...]

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