Herewith the link to the State Agricultural Land Allocation Plan for the 700 000 hectares of land to be distributed…
WRSA is acknowledged by government and stakeholders as an organisation representing the national and international interests of the wildlife ranching industry. This relates to the sustainable breeding, conservation, production and marketing of wildlife in South Africa.
WRSA constitutes the largest collective of more than 2,000 commercial wildlife ranchers (land owners), businesses and individuals with an interest in commercial wildlife ranching.
Wildlife ranchers conduct their activities from millions of hectares of agricultural property dispersed throughout South Africa.