Monthly Newsletters

May 2018

May newsletter comprise of articles relating to the poor attendance of SKA public workshops in the Northern Cape ; the fact that Baboon predation of sheep is far more prevalent than anticipated ; PMF meets with municipalities over the issue of stray dogs and the Pred SA scientific assessment concludes. Read here.  

April 2018

April newsletter consist of articles relating to the approved competency qualification for predator training and a notification informing farmers that predator management manual is free of charge.  It further states that PMF will be in attendance at the SKA public workshops.  Read here.  

March 2018

The March newsletter comprise of articles relating to PMF engaging with SKA project; IEMP for the SKA project - call for public participation ; plea by dr. Gerhard Verdoorn, predation specialist not to kill the Brown Hyena and a request to contact Predation Management Information Centre (PMiC) in predator control. Read here.  

February 2018

February newsletter comprise of snippet of news relating to Niel Viljoen's study tour to America and his observation that South African livestock farmers are one step ahead of America regarding predator control; March 2018 will see the start of the second year of the functioning of the Predation Management Information Centre (PMiC) and progress on DCA Norms and Standards.  Read here

Januarie 2018

January newsletter comprise of a notice that the Scientific Assessment is now in its final stages, PMF to join forces with baboon damage interest group, "Roofdiere en boere, ken jy vyand", a second part of an article by Dr. Gerhard Verdoorn that highlights the importance of spoor identification by predators.  Read here.

Januarie 2018

January newsletter comprise of a notice that the Scientific Assessment is now in its final stages, PMF to join forces with baboon damage interest group, "Roofdiere en boere, ken jy vyand", a second part of an article by Dr. Gerhard Verdoorn that highlights the importance of spoor identification by predators.  Read here

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