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.

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Provincial & Regional Chairpersons

Provincial & Regional Chairpersons

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Provincial & Regional Chairpersons
Gauteng Limpopo Western Cape Northern Cape North-West Mpumalanga Free State KwaZulu-Natal Eastern Cape

Gauteng

Willem Prinsloo
Number: +27 12 335 6994
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Limpopo

Vacant
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Western Cape

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Northern Cape

Jacques Kriek
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North-West

Franco Joubert
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Mpumalanga

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Free State

Johan Serfontein
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KwaZulu-Natal

Wim Landman
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Eastern Cape

Johan Hurter
Number: +27 12 335 6994
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