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South Africa: Forestry, Fisheries and Environment at the Ministerial Task Force to identify and recommend options and pathways for voluntary exit from the captive lion industry

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  The Minister for Forestry Fisheries and the Environment Ms Barbara Creecy will appoint a ministerial task force to identify voluntary exit options and pathways for lion breeders from the captive lion industry The appointment of this advisory panel under NEMA Section 3a follows a High Level Panel which made recommendations to the Minister on matters relating to the management breeding hunting trade and management of elephants lions leopards and rhinoceroses In her budget speech in May this year the Minister proposed that the Department develop processes that allow for voluntary exit options and pathways from the captive lion industry The Minister has invited the public to submit nominations for members of the Ministerial Task Force to the Department Nominated members must have the necessary qualifications knowledge and experience in a number of areas associated with the captive lion industry animal welfare the conservation and sustainable use of South African biodiversity in general veterinary care and interventions of carnivores the risk of diseases by breeding and elimination of carnivores traditional practices associated with lions people with relevant academic experience and resource mobilization Nominations are also invited from trade union and labor law officials with particular experience in company closures and dismissals Nominations for the Ministerial Task Force must be sent within 14 days after the publication of Official Gazette 46706 Notice No 2379 on August 12 2022 to the following addresses By mail to The Director General Department of Forestry Fisheries and Environment Environmental Services Dr Tsepang Makholela Private Bag X447 PRETORIA 0001 By hand at Reception Environment House 473 Steve Biko Road Arcadia Pretoria 0083 By email liontaskteam dffe gov za link sends email Any queries in relation to the Gazette notice can be directed to Dr Tsepang Makholela on 012 399 9150 071 608 4556 Members of the Ministerial Task Force will be remunerated in accordance with the provisions of the Public Finance Management Law and its associated National Treasury Regulations and guidelines To access the Government Notice please click https www gov za sites default files gcis_document 202208 46706gon2379 pdf
South Africa: Forestry, Fisheries and Environment at the Ministerial Task Force to identify and recommend options and pathways for voluntary exit from the captive lion industry

1 The Minister for Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, Ms. Barbara Creecy, will appoint a ministerial task force to identify voluntary exit options and pathways for lion breeders from the captive lion industry.

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2 The appointment of this advisory panel under NEMA Section 3a follows a High Level Panel which made recommendations to the Minister on matters relating to the management, breeding, hunting, trade and management of elephants, lions, leopards and rhinoceroses.

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3 In her budget speech in May this year, the Minister proposed that the Department develop processes that allow for voluntary exit options and pathways from the captive lion industry.

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4 The Minister has invited the public to submit nominations for members of the Ministerial Task Force to the Department.

5 Nominated members must have the necessary qualifications, knowledge and experience in a number of areas associated with the captive lion industry, animal welfare, the conservation and sustainable use of South African biodiversity in general, veterinary care and interventions of carnivores, the risk of diseases by breeding and elimination.

6 of carnivores, traditional practices associated with lions, people with relevant academic experience and resource mobilization.

7 Nominations are also invited from trade union and labor law officials with particular experience in company closures and dismissals.

8 Nominations for the Ministerial Task Force must be sent within 14 days after the publication of Official Gazette 46706 (Notice No. 2379) on August 12, 2022, to the following addresses: By mail to: The Director General : Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Environment Environmental Services: Dr. Tsepang Makholela Private Bag X447 PRETORIA 0001 By hand at: Reception, Environment House, 473 Steve Biko Road, Arcadia, Pretoria, 0083 By email: liontaskteam@dffe.gov.

9 za (link sends email) Any queries in relation to the Gazette notice can be directed to Dr. Tsepang Makholela on 012 399 9150 / 071 608 4556.

10 Members of the Ministerial Task Force will be remunerated in accordance with the provisions of the Public Finance Management Law and its associated National Treasury Regulations and guidelines.

11 To access the Government Notice, please click: https://www.gov.za/sites/default/files/gcis_document/202208/46706gon2379.pdf

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