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Chasa Kennisgewing Oktober 2020

Na aanleiding van die gebeure wat verlede week in Senekal plaasgevind het tydens die 1ste verskyning van twee verdagtes, wat van die moord op die 21-jarige plaasbestuurder, BrendinHorner, beskuldig word, is daar van alle kante ‘n ongekende oproep tot verhoogde protesaksie en selfs dreigemente van geweld op plekke regoor Suid-Afrika en spesifiek gefokus op die volgende hofverskyning in Senekal op 16 Oktober 2020.

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CHASA Submission To DEA High Level Panel

CHASA Submission as invited in Notice 221 of 2020

Click here – CHASA HLP Submission

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CHASA Advice relating to Hunting, Culling and Problem Animal Control Activities

The CHASA CEO has been engaged in a number of teleconferences, including with the Minister of Environmental Affairs, Forestry & Fisheries during the recent weeks relating to the Wildlife Sector issues during the Covid 19 lockdown.

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UPDATE ON FIREARM AMNESTY

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Animal Improvement Act (62/1998):Amendment of Table 7 of Regulations, including an additional list of animals // Diereverbeteringswet: Verandering aan Tabel 7 van die Regulasies, insluiting van addisionele diere

2019 JUNIOR JAGTER / MENTOR JAGFOTO-GELUKKIGE TREKKING

Dit is een van CHASA se strategiese prioriteite om meer aandag te skenk aan die werwing van junior jagters asook om hulle betrokkenheid in verenigingsaktiwiteite te bevorder.

Gevolglik het die Raad van CHASA besluit om die Junior Jagter/ Mentor Jagfoto-gelukkige Trekking weer in 2019 aan te bied. Dit behels die volgende:

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Chasa Interim Notice To Members And The Firearm Owning Public

(While we await official SAPS Directives from the NATIONAL Commissioner, we cannot in good conscience give guaranteed advice. Much speculation is happening. This notice therefore indicates our current best information and commentary)

There are TWO categories of persons who fall into the above general category:

1)Those who transitioned in the period between 2006 and 2009 from the old “GREEN LICENCE” to the new act’s “WHITE LICENCE”.

2)Those whom acquired their firearm under the NEW ACT, and have only ever held a so called “WHITE LICENCE”

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Draft Firearm Report

Most of us are aware that the GOSA interim interdict was dismissed for reasons that are not relevant to this report.

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Urgent Info Rumours of Amnesty Extension The Current Facts Letter from CHASA CEO

Dear CHASA Members

Urgent Info: Rumours of Amnesty Extension. The Current Facts

It is well known that the Minister of Police said he intended asking Parliament to extend the current amnesty. This was reported widely in the news.

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Congratulations and Expression of Appreciation on your 60th Annual General Meeting

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TROPHY HUNTING Debate

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Notice to CHASA Members CFR and Firearm News.

Dear CHASA Members

There has been little new news in the firearm ownership situation lately, but it is appropriate that we bring you up to date with some issues and remind you of a few others.

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Profile Of The Local Hunter In SA

Please read Afrikaanse or English Cover Letter.

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Results of CHASA Game Meat Survey – English Version

CHASA (The Confederation of Hunters’ Associations of South Africa) conducted a survey among South African hunters during May 2020 on the hunting of animals and the use of the meat thus obtained.

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SAPS Directive 07 May 2020

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CHASA Formal Submission on the DEFRA Consultation on the Controls on the Import & Export of Hunting Trophies

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CHASA Letter to Members of the House of Commons

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CHASA Advice To Holders Of Firearms With Expired Licences

Following our notice dated 4 July 2018 wherein we expressed our view that the only an AMNESTY, Declared by The Minister, can solve the current crisis facing firearm owners who failed to renew their licences in terms of Sec 24 of the FCA, we are extremely pleased to share the information that this now appears to be the likely outcome.

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SA Hunters vs CFR Court Ruling

CHASA  – Congratulates the South African Hunters & Game Conservation Association

The Confederation of Hunters Association of SA congratulates the CEO, Executive and management of “SA Hunters” on their pivotal and decisive court triumph in their case against aspects of the Firearms Control Act (60 of 2000) as handed down in the North Gauteng High Court today.

We have had some small insight into the diligence, hard work, long hours and calculated risk which the SA Hunters team have put in and can attest to what a magnificent effort it was. It is also sad, but true that at every step of the way the State (SAPS/CFR) could, and should have engaged with SA Hunters and all firearm related stakeholders to rectify the patent problems that exist with both the legislation and the implementation thereof which would have solved the problems much sooner and without litigation being necessary.

Salient features of the judgement. Otherwise click here for the full judgement:

  • declare Sec 24 & 28 of the Firearms Control Act (60 of 2000) unconstitutional.
  • gives the State 18 months to rectify.
  • deems all expired licenses valid pending such rectification.
  • respondent (State) to pay costs.
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