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The South African Predator Association (SAPA) intends to co-ordinate and promote the interests of its members with the view of establishing and maintaining a healthy and profitable predator breeding and hunting industry in congruence with national and international conservation principles and current national and provincial legislation

Several members of SAPA and our SUCO alliance partners, WRSA, have received Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2000 (PAIA) requests from provincial Nature Conservation Departments, as requested by The Humane Society International – Africa.

Our legal counsel has prepared a formal objection to this request. Any member of either association is welcome to submit a written request for a copy of the objection to:



Loots vs. Appelgryn

It has come to our attention that one of our members, has been scammed by Mr Danie Appelgryn!

3 lions where marketed and a deposit of R50 000 where paid, but when he went to collect them, the owner knew nothing of the sale.

SAPA will assisit Mr Loots to prosecute.


Attention all WRSA Members

WRSA has submitted written demands via our counsel, urging Minister Creecy to take immediate action in lawfully determining and publishing the annual CITES quotas for African Elephants, Black Rhinoceroses, and Leopards.

Members dedicated to conserving these iconic species are encouraged to reach out to WRSA for further information on how to engage and support our cause.

SUCo-SA AGM 2024 

10 – 11 June 2024


Together, We Achieved More!


Thank you Bonnox Fencing for making a donation

towards our 2023 Annual General Meeting.

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