Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA) celebrated a milestone on 14 August with the official launch of its internationally certified WRSA game-meat standard
A long and tedious road lies ahead following WRSA’s unsuccessful endeavours to negotiate a game-meat scheme with the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.
WRSA formally responded to the draft Threatened or Protected Species Regulations (TOPS) gazetted for public comment by 30 April 2015.
We are looking forward to taking our industry to new heights in future. To this end, we are looking forward to welcoming all WRSA members and industry stakeholders at our 2015 WRSA Conference & Gala Dinner from 13 to 15 March at Sun City.
It is now almost 2 years since WRSA’s first, highly successful Congress and Exhibition was held in 2013 at Castle de Wildt, Modimolle.
“Like South Africa, Namibia is one of the few countries which recognises the private ownership of indigenous game animals.”
The Veterinary Genetics Laboratory (VGL) at Onderstepoort, University of Pretoria recently identified a mutation associated with the black phenotype in the impala.