What is the KZNHSCA?
The KwaZulu-Natal Hunting & Conservation Association (KZNHSCA) is an organisation of hunters dedicated to the ethical and responsible practice of their discipline. We are based in Durban in the province of KwaZulu-Natal on the east coast of South Africa. Members of KZNHSCA follow a strict code of ethics and strive to promote a positive impression of the hunting fraternity. We focus on awareness and educational programmes that further the knowledge of our members, and….
A brief history of the KZNHSCA:
The ‘Hunters’ and Game Preservation Association for Natal’ was founded in 1959. The association’s inaugural meeting was held on 21 September 1959 at the Law Society Chambers in Pietermaritzburg. A draft constitution was adopted at the meeting and the word “Preservation” substituted with “Conservation”. The first president elected was none other than AP Austen-Smith. More text to follow…
Setting standards and educating and engaging stakeholders in order to ensure the conservation of our natural heritage and sustainable utilisation for the benefit of all.
KZN Hunting and Conservation Association; the Association of choice through:
- Appropriate relationships with all stakeholders
- Transformation and youth development
- A culture of involvement and participation
- Preserving existing traditions for future generations
- Superior products, services and opportunities