Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA) is a voluntary, non-profit organisation representing the interests of wildlife ranchers, provincially, nationally, and internationally.

South Africa is renowned for its unique conservation success story which is attributed to the phenomenal role wildlife ranchers have played in securing essential wildlife habitat, through the rewilding and protection of species and biodiversity.

WRSA and its members play an integral role in the wildlife economy and advocate for the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources. The expansion of wildlife habitat, conservation of species and protection of biodiversity outside of protected areas, is our game.
WRSA is a voluntary, registered non-profit organisation representing the interests of wildlife rancher members provincially, nationally, and internationally.

South Africa is renowned for its unique conservation success story which is attributed to the phenomenal role wildlife ranchers have played in securing essential wildlife habitat, through the rewilding and protection of species and biodiversity.

WRSA and its members play an integral role in the wildlife economy and advocate for the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources. The expansion of wildlife habitat, conservation of species and protection of biodiversity outside of protected areas, is our game.
Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA is a voluntary, non-profit organisation representing the interests of wildlife ranchers, provincially, nationally, and internationally.

South Africa is renowned for its unique conservation success story which is attributed to the phenomenal role wildlife ranchers have played in securing essential wildlife habitat, through the rewilding and protection of species and biodiversity.

WRSA and its members play an integral role in the wildlife economy and advocate for the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources. The expansion of wildlife habitat, conservation of species and protection of biodiversity outside of protected areas, is our game.
Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA is a voluntary, non-profit organisation representing the interests of wildlife ranchers, provincially, nationally, and internationally.

South Africa is renowned for its unique conservation success story which is attributed to the phenomenal role wildlife ranchers have played in securing essential wildlife habitat, through the rewilding and protection of species and biodiversity.

WRSA and its members play an integral role in the wildlife economy and advocate for the responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources. The expansion of wildlife habitat, conservation of species and protection of biodiversity outside of protected areas, is our game.

Forums & Membership

SUCo-SA

The Sustainable Use Coalition of southern Africa promotes sustainable use of our natural resources and knowledge about habitat conservation for posterity.

SUCo-SA is focused on enhancing the right of our >70,000 members to practice their chosen hunting and wildlife related professions to its fullest potential in accordance with section 22 of our Constitution, and to give effect to our member’s section 24 rights to speak and be heard on all relevant aspects of the environment.

https://suco-sa.org.za/

Wildlife Animal Protection Forum South Africa (WAPFSA)

The WAPFSA provides a framework for cooperation and networking among non-governmental organisations in South Africa. Through such cooperation, animal protection, environmental, conservation, and other like-minded organisations can present, to the various government agencies and other relevant bodies, a strong, clear, and informed common position. Our collaboration involves, but is not limited to the following main categories: advocacy, outreach, research, enforcement, investigation, monitoring, litigation, and training.

http://wapfsa.org/

(Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA))

The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) is the umbrella organisation representing the unified voice of business in the travel and tourism sector. We are a not-for-profit, member-centric organisation mandated with the task of lobbying the public sector and behalf of its members; facilitating key industry programmes aimed at driving growth and development in the sector; and monitoring and influencing macro-economic developments which impact on the sector.

https://tbcsa.travel/

Waterberg Tourism

Waterberg Tourism is registered as a non-profit corporation for the inclusion of all stakeholders. Waterberg Tourism is seeking only to serve its members by competitively marketing the Waterberg area as an outstanding tourism destination, to local and international tourists.

https://waterbergtourism.com/

Agri SA

Agri SA is an organisation with a value proposition whereby many organisations with an interest in the agricultural value chain are accommodated. Agri SA’s vision is ‘to ensure an inclusive and prosperous agricultural sector and, through living and respecting its values and with the cooperation of its members, to fulfil its mission, namely ‘We enable farmers’.

PMSA

The Predation Management Forum (PMF) has taken the initiative to develop a framework of minimum standards in training of livestock producers and farm workers on principles of ethical- and best practices in predation management. This is implemented within the framework provided by the Sector Education and Training Authority for Agriculture (AgriSETA).  The National Wool Growers’ Association of SA (NWGA), as member of the PMF, is an accredited service provider with AgriSETA and a qualified predation management specialist providing training to producers within this framework under NWGA accreditation, who subsequently oversees quality standards of training.

https://www.pmfsa.co.za/

Secsicom

SECSICOM (STAKEHOLDERS IN THE EASTERN CAPE SAFARI INDUSTRY COMMITTEE) consists of relevant officers of the DEDEAT (Department of Economic Development and Environmental Affairs and Tourism) and a maximum of 2 representatives from each of the various identified industry stakeholders whose prime mandate include the promotion of sustainable use of natural resources in the Eastern Cape.

Contact: secsicomec@gmail.com