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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Award Winning Farm Raided

On 12 October 2018, the National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) Farm Animal Protection Unit obtained a warrant to remove all the pigs from the award winning farm, Ukwanda Farm, in Winterton, Kwa Zulu Natal following major welfare concerns found...

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Bear At EL Zoo Euthanased

The NSPCA has grave concerns surrounding the reasons for the euthanasia of the female bear at the East London Zoo earlier this week. It was brought to light that the bear had become paralyzed in the hind legs and...

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Illegal Wildlife Trader Sentenced

The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) laid charges against an illegal wildlife trader for the sale of indigenous wild animals that had been poached from the wild. The accused pleaded guilty and was sentenced in the Bafokeng Regional Court...

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Rabies In Animals And Humans

Rabies In Animals And Humans Explained: The following facts about Rabies, obtained from the World Health Organization, explains the disease, how it is spread, and how it affects both humans and animals. Fact 01: Domestic and wild animals can...

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Choosing A Dog

When You Decide To Adopt A Dog This is very different to choosing a gift that can be switched off and packed away when the novelty has worn off. It is very different to buying a garment that can...

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Cruelty On The Internet

Sickening Sights – Facebook and Internet What can be done? The National Council of SPCAs is often called upon “to do something about” a photograph or video footage circulating by email, on a web site or placed on Facebook....

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Pangolins (Ietermagog) are described as odd animals that are seldom seen in the wild. This is a mammal covered in dark grey-brown scales which cover the body like roof tiles, a small head and pointed snout with a long...

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