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I am Pieter Taljaard 33 years old Professional Hunter with a Limpopo Permit. I have almost 4 years experience as Professional Hunter hunting with Australian and American clients mostly bow hunting. I also have experience hunting with local hunters rifle hunting plains game. I am a full PHASA member and member of National Hunting and Shooting Associations as a dedicated hunter and sport shooter. I have my own hunting Vehicle Toyota Hilux extra cab with hunting frame and own rifle. I see myself as a very hard worker that will go the extra mile and don't see Professional Hunting and hunting [...]
~30 September 2020 - Minister of Home Affairs Opening of international travel will follow a Risk Adjusted Approach. Updated List: Albania, Argentina, Armenia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Georgia, Greece, Guatemala, Guyana, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, India, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Jamaica, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Luxemburg, Maldives, Malta, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Nepal , Netherlands, North Macedonia, Oman, Palestine, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Suriname, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Venezuela. We need to emphasize once more that people who are not allowed from these high risk countries are leisure travellers only. Other categories of people from these countries, are allowed under special conditions, as appears in the Regulations and Directions.The list of these high risk countries will also be found on the Home Affairs website; www.dha.gov.za (and full report) The above list will be reviewed every fortnight.
View PHASA's submission to the High Level Panel here The human rights of the local communities living adjacent protected areas and the rights of landholders who facilitate wildlife conservation and benefit the wildlife economy through creating wealth from wildlife must be fully recognized and protected......
MESSAGE FROM CEO OF TBCSA Mr Tshifhiwa Tshivhenga The President of the Republic, Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country will be moving to Alert Level 1, international travel will resume for both business and leisure purposes and the country’s boarders will reopen gradually and cautiously, effective 1 October 2020. This is a great triumph for our industry and is a testament of the work that has been done for the past months and achievements in collaboration with the public and private sector. Now the real hard work begins. Although this move by the government comes with a vote of confidence in [...]
Dear Sir Article by Elize Tempelhoff – Beeld – My Wêreld, 17 Sept 2020 “Creecy sê ja vir trofeejag” Disappointment is an understatement after reading the widely shared article in the Beeld – My Wêreld section, on 17 Sept by Elize Tempelhoff titled “Creecy sê ja vir trofeejag”. In particular, we are disappointed following an earlier set of correspondence with your Deon van Dyk in June of this year, where we’d questioned the editorial position of Beeld regarding the hunting and wildlife sector, also catalysed by articles you published by Elize Tempelhoff. In this exchange you took great pains to say [...]
~Courtesy of NHSA 1. The State Attorney has informed SA Hunters that the Minister of Police wants to have the interim order in the 2009 SA Hunters court case, set aside. 2. The 2009 interim court order in the SA Hunters court case ordered that all green licences would remain valid until the main court case had been heard. The main court case has over the past 11 years not been heard. That is the reason why the State Attorney has by order of the Minister of Police written the letter to SA Hunters on this matter. 3. SA Hunters have [...]