Organised wildlife sector acknowledges four wildlife ranchers as role models in the industry On Saturday 6 April 2019, Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA) presented its prestigious annual awards to wildlife ranchers in South Africa at a gala event in Pretoria. WRSA CEO, Adri Kitshoff-Botha, said the annual award ceremony should not be seen as a…Details
MEDIA RELEASE BY WILDLIFE RANCHING SOUTH AFRICA DATE: 9 APRIL 2019 Game farmers need to adapt to meet political and economic changes in South Africa Pretoria – Almost 300 wildlife ranchers gathered at the annual conference of Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA) in Pretoria in Saturday, 6 April, to listen to the advice from prominent…Details
WRSA is diligently arranging the 2019 conference. We are very exited about the topics that will be discussed.
UP YOUR GAME – WRSA CONFERENCE 2019 SATURDAY, 6 APRIL CSIR INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE, MEIRING NAUDÉ STREET, LYNNWOOD, PRETORIA WRSA is diligently arranging the 2019 conference. We are very exited about the topics that will be discussed. We will look at the economy. Not only South Africa’s economy and where we find ourselves in the…Details
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November 2019 Onwards FMD – NOV 2019 As a member of the NAHF, WRSA will keep members informed of any developments. 15 NOV | FMD – NOV 2019 | Media statement-Progress on Foot and Mouth Disease Outbreak in Molemole District 20 NOV | Joint media statement of the department of Agriculture, Land reform and rural…Details
Through the help of concerned wildlife ranchers, the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) was recently able to successfully relocate three Endangered female African Wild Dogs (Lycaon pictus) from an area of potential high carnivore conflict in Limpopo to a safe area within the Waterberg region. With the increase in the price of game animals over the…Details