The Campaign Against Canned Hunting

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THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST CANNED HUNTING and THE KOUGA WILDLIFE REHAB CENTRE & SANCTUARY

The Campaign Against Canned Hunting (CACH), is a registered Section 21 charity (2006/036885/08) and Public Benefit organisation. PBO number: 930030402
The overall aim of the organisation is to promote animal welfare but for practical and historic reasons, CACH focuses on the following issues:-

BAN TROPHY HUNTING

The mission is to get all trophy hunting banned in South Africa, since all trophy hunting in South Africa is canned to a greater or lesser extent. To that end, CACH has put together a comprehensive audio visual presentation which has been shown to thousands of people from all walks of life in South Africa, Kenya and U.K. Find out more about this issue.

BAN GIN TRAPS

The on going indiscriminate slaughter of wild animals by farmers acting in the belief that they are protecting their livestock is a major threat to wildlife. Non lethal alternatives are available and CACH has actively promoted the banning of gin traps and the abolition of the vermin laws in South Africa, both by legal proceedings all the way to the Constitutional Court, and by animal advocacy in the media.

Campaign Against Canned Hunting Inc, (CACH) was founded by Chris Mercer and Beverley Pervan. After years of campaigning using their own savings, they established a not-for-profit Section 21 company, which is dedicated to getting all trophy hunting banned in South Africa.
Chris Mercer
Co-founder and Director of the Campaign Against Canned Hunting
Co-founder Kalahari Raptor Centre (retired)
Co-author of book “For the Love of Wildlife”
Co-author of book “Canned Hunting ~ a National Disgrace”
Retired Advocate of the High Courts of Zimbabwe and Botswana

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Southern African Alternative Energy Association (SAAEA) is proudly supporting this initiative.

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