Zimbabwe National SPCA In Need

The NSPCA urges members of the public, particularly ex-pats of Zimbabwe, to assist the Zimbabwe National SPCA (ZNSPCA) as the situation in Zimbabwe becomes dire. Protests and unrest have caused the entire country to shut down. The situation is...

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NSPCA To Take Legal Action

NSPCA TO TAKE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST JOHANNESBURG ZOO: The NSPCA was made aware that the Johannesburg Zoo is bringing in another elephant in the immediate future. This decision has been made following the death of one of their elephants,...

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Starving Lions Post Is False

The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) has been inundated with emails and phone calls relating to a post on Facebook claiming that the lions at the Krugersdorp Game Reserve are starving. The Reserve, managed by Mogale City, was...

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Problems With The ITEC Group Ongoing

UPDATE: ITEC Head Office has successfully installed our new telephone system. Our Telephones are in full working order again. – 08.01.2019 Original Story published on 20 December 2018: The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) signed a contract with...

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Grave Concerns At Rural Horse Race

The NSPCA monitored a rural horse race in Idutywa in the Eastern Cape and were gravely concerned for the welfare of the horses. Concerns highlighted during the event included free and excessive use of stock whips, incorrect and inappropriate...

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Concerns At 350km Endurance Race

The NSPCA monitored the “Race the Wild Coast” endurance race in the Eastern Cape. This race is described to be the wildest adventure horse race in the world and spans 350kms over a 4 day period. 14 international riders...

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NSPCA Holds Successful 63rd AGM

On 20 October 2018, the NSPCA held its 63rd Annual General Meeting, showcasing its achievements over the past year to esteemed guests and member Societies. Among the guests were Dr M. Modisane, the Chief Veterinary Officer of the Department...

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