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Frequently asked Questions

Does SA Hunters have a conservation programme?

Through service excellence, it has grown to a membership of more than 40,000 members represented in about 80 branches throughout the country. The Association harnesses the experience, resources and reach of its members to promote an integrated and sensible approach to biodiversity conservation and responsible wildlife use, mindful of its role as a cornerstone for human well-being and sustainable use.

Is SA Hunters a recognised conservation association?

Internationally recognised conservation association
SA Hunters is the only hunting association in the country that is recognised internationally for its conservation contribution through membership of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

What is the SA Hunters conservation policy positions?

How do I apply for a cycad permit in Gauteng?

  • Send an e-mail to Violet at: violet.ndongeni@gauteng.gov.za or adam.nyundu@gauteng.gov.za and indicate that you want to apply for a cycad permit.
  • They will send the forms to be filled out. If you do not receive a response, call Violet on 063 6952 107 or Adam on 064 880 2044.
  • Once you have submitted the forms and sent proof of payment, you should receive a reference number. If not received within 10 working days, call and follow up.
  • Gauteng Nature Conservation will then arrange for an inspection

What do I do with tortoises?

  • Preferably do not remove any animals, including tortoises, from their natural habitat.
  • If someone has a tortoise that they do not want, do not let them go into the field. They may be from another area or have parasites that may infect wild tortoises. Contact the nearest nature conservation office for more information.
  • In Gauteng, tortoises can be taken to the below Slang Park in Rooihuiskraal. Contact Henke Marais Cell: 083 650 3481 – Mondays and Wednesdays. See http://www.tshwane.gov.za/sites/tourism/Resorts/Pages/Rooihuiskraal-Reptile-and-indigenous-bird.aspx
  • If you want to keep a tortoise, you must have a permit from the local authority

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