• ZEISS/SAJWV Intertak Ghongskietkompetisie  2018

    ZEISS/SAJWV Intertak Ghongskietkompetisie 2018

    Die ZEISS/SAJWV Intertak Ghongskietkompetisie  is op 20 Oktober 2018 suksesvol aangebied deur die Duiker tak ongeveer 20km oos van Heidelberg. Read More
  • SAJWV Gallery Sporting Rifle skietkompetisie 2018

    SAJWV Gallery Sporting Rifle skietkompetisie 2018

    Die eerste SA Jagters Gallery Sporting Rifle skietkompetisie is op 13 Oktober 2018 aangebied deur die Riemland tak op die Riemland skietbaan Read More
  • LYNX/SAJWV Presidentskietkompetisie 2018

    LYNX/SAJWV Presidentskietkompetisie 2018

    Die Lynx Optics/SAJWV Presidentskietkompetisie is op 15 September 2018 baie suksesvol aangebied deur die Valschrivier tak op die Elandsrand skietbaan ongeveer 12 Read More
  • SA Jagters Nasionale Intertak Spanskietkompetisie 2018

    SA Jagters Nasionale Intertak Spanskietkompetisie 2018

    Die SA Jagters, nasionale Intertak Spanskietkompetisie het plaasgevind op Saterdag, 18 Augustus 2018 op die Meerkatgat skietbaan van die Vrystaat Sandveld tak Read More
  • Vuurwapenlisensies – waar staan sake?

    Vuurwapenlisensies – waar staan sake?

    Elsa Esterhuizen gesels met Fred Camphor van die SA Jagters en Wildbewaringsvereniging met oor die kwessie rondom vuurwapenlisensies, en waar sake nou Read More
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Press Releases (38)

Persverklarings

10 July 2017

On Tuesday 4 July, the Gauteng High Court declared two sections (Section 24 and Section 28) of the Firearms Control Act (Act 60 of 2000) unconstitutional and ruled that all firearm licences that expired or were due to expire, would be deemed valid until the Constitutional Court has reviewed the constitutionality of Section 24 and 28.

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02 May 2017

HuntEx2017, the biggest firearm and hunting expo in the country that was held at Gallagher Convention Centre from 28 April to 1 May, was a much more relaxed experience for 386 exhibitors and 38 202 visitors alike. It was the seventh consecutive annual expo held in Gauteng.

The extra show day – five days in total – took the pressure off exhibitors and gave them more time to serve and interact with visitors about new products and services at their stands. Adriaan Woudstra, owner and organiser of HuntEx, said the timing of this year’s event to coincide with two public holidays allowed for a more laid-back visitor experience.

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16 March 2017

Firearms amnesty period will fail to curb criminal activities

The amnesty period of 1 April to 30 September declared by SAPS for handing in illegal firearms without fear of prosecution, will have no impact whatsoever on firearm related criminal activities, said SA Hunters and Game Conservation Association (SA Hunters).

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16 March 2017

Vuurwapen-amnestie sal faal om misdaad te bekamp

Die voorgestelde amnestietydperk van1 April tot 30 September waartydens mense onwettige vuurwapens by die SAPD kan inhandig sonder vrees vir vervolging, sal geen bydrae maak om gewapende misdaad te voorkom nie, het SA Jagters- en Wildbewaringsvereniging (SA Jagters) Woensdagaand, 15 Maart gesê.

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26 January 2017

Pretoria:  The birth of three cheetah cubs at Rietvlei Nature Reserve (RNR) south of Pretoria early in November 2016 has caused great excitement among regular visitors and staff at this 4000 ha reserve in the heart of Tshwane.

 

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16 September 2016

The South African Hunters and Game Conservation Association (SA Hunters) has welcomed recommendations by the International Union for Conservation and Nature (IUCN) that call for better management and regulation of selective and intensive breeding of large wild animals for commercial purposes. This includes popular wildlife mammals such as sable, kudu, eland, roan, blue wildebeest, buffalo, impala, and springbok.

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21 July 2016

The Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) recently added twelve wildlife species to the list of tame and domesticated animals regulated under its Animal Improvement Act (No. 62 of 1998). This amendment will allow genetic manipulation and cross-breeding of wildlife in the same way that cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, horses and poultry are bred to obtain animals with specific characteristics for agricultural purposes.

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