NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT: BIODIVERSITY ACT 10 OF 2004: NORMS AND STANDARDS FOR THE TROPHY HUNTING OF LEOPARD IN SOUTH AFRICA
Notice Title: National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act 10 of 2004 (“NEMBA”): Norms and Standards for the Trophy Hunting of Leopard in South Africa
Government Notice: GN 3011 in GG 47984 on 3 February 2023
Commencing date: 1 April 2023
The Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and Environment (“the Minister”) issued the Norms and Standards for the Trophy Hunting of Leopards in South Africa in terms of section 9(1)(a) and (c) of NEMBA.
The purpose of the Norms and Standards is to manage the hunting of leopards for trophy hunting purposes in order to reduce the impact there of on the stability of the leopard population and to ensure that trophy hunting is carried out in an ecologically sustainable manner.
For a copy of the Government Gazette Notice click here.
How to ensure compliance at my operations?
Persons must take note of the new Norms and Standards and ensure that the necessary actions are taken to align their practices therewith.
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