WRDigiMAG IS HERE!

VIEW WRDigiMAG Beste WRSA-lid, WRSA se 5-jaar kontrak met MLP Media om WR Magazine te publiseer, verstryk die einde van vanjaar. MLP Media is tans besig met die voorbereiding van die laaste uitgawe van WR Magazine wat teen die einde van Desember op die rakke behoort te wees. Die WRSA Raad bedank die hele MLP…

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Partnerships required to combat wildlife crime: Creecy

Wildlife crime cannot be effectively addressed without partnerships at international, national and community level. Opening the 3rd annual conference of the Global Wildlife Programme in Pretoria, the Minister of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries, Ms Barbara Creecy, expressed the hope that this conference would help to build alliances between the private sector, local communities and international partners…

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WRSA’s comments to article published in the daily maverick dated 16 October 2019

www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2019-10-16-sa-reclassifies-33-wild-species-as-farm- animals/ WRSA has read, with disappointment, an article published in the Daily Maverick on 16 October 2019 about the listing of 33 wildlife species in terms of the Animal Improvement Act (AIA). With at least six references made to the “industry” in the article, it is unfortunate that the author, Mr Don Pinnock, did…

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22-10-19 | CONGRATULATIONS ON APPOINTMENT / GELUK MET AANSTELLING: MR TEBOGO MOGASHOA

Beste WRSA lede, // Dear WRSA members, Congratulations to our president, Mr Tebogo Mogashoa, with his appointment as member of Minister Creecy’s advisory committee. Full press release from the department, below: Baie geluk aan ons president, mnr. Tebogo Mogashoa, met sy aanstelling as lid van Minister Creecy se advieskomitee. Die volledige departementele mediaverklaring is hieronder:…

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