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LEGAL CORRESPONDANCE

 

Letter from EZKZNW Attorney Kevin Pretorius - 28 March 2011 [PDF] (28 March 2011)

AIA Response to Attorney Kevin Pretorius - 31 March 2011 [PDF] (31 March 2011)

Letter to the Premier 20 March 2011 [PDF] (20 March 2011)

Letter to the MEC 28 February 2011 [PDF] (28 February 2011)

State Attorney Letter 14 February 2011 [PDF] (14 February 2011)

Letter to Dr B. Mkhize [PDF] (5 January 2011)

State Attorney Letter 23 December 2010 [PDF] (23 December 2010)

Court papers issued and served to EKZNW, MEC, Premier, individuals and others [PDF] (18 December 2010)

Letter to MEC Agriculture, Environmental Affairs and Rural Development (29 March 2010)

Letter to Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (31 January 2008)

Letter to MEC Agriculture and Environmental Affairs (30 January 2008)

Letter to MEC Agriculture and Environmental Affairs (29 December 2006)

Letter to Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (29 December 2006)

Letter to the Premier of the Province of KwaZulu-Natal (29 December 2006)


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Letter to MEC Agriculture, Environmental Affairs and Rural Development (29 March 2010)

98 Buffelsdrift, Drummond, KwaZulu-Natal
PO Box 520, Bothas Hill 3660;
Tel (031) 7834610 Fax (031) 7834610
Cell 082 5555481
e-mail : jaridl@absamail.co.za


JEREMY RIDL
BA LLB LLM (Environmental Law) PhD
Our Ref: J A Ridl/jr
Your Ref:
29 March 2010
 

The Honourable Lydia Johnson MPL
MEC Agriculture, Environmental Affairs and Rural Development
Province of KwaZulu-Natal
Private Bag X9059
Pietermaritzburg
3200

E-mail: thandiwe.nkosi@kzndae.gov.za

Dear Minister

THE ANIMIAL INTEREST ALLIANCE
STATUS OF THE KWAZULU-NATAL NATURE CONSERVATION BOARD
LEGISLATION RELATING TO THE KEEPING OF WILD ANIMALS IN CAPTIVITY

As you are aware, I act for the Animal Interest Alliance.

I addressed a letter to you on the 2nd December 2009 dealing with the very serious matter of legislation and policy relating to the keeping of wild animals in captivity. Despite follow up requests for a response, you have chosen to ignore this correspondence.

In my letter, I complained that officials from the KwaZulu-Natal Nature Conservation Service (“KZNCS”) were persisting with the application of policies that have not been formally adopted by the province and is in breach of an assurance by the attorney representing the KwaZulu-Natal Nature Conservation Board (“the Board”) that the abandoned policy would not be unlawfully applied in applications for permits made under the Nature Conservation Ordinance 15 of 1974.

I also complained that Board was not validly composed and that its activities and it follows, those of KZNCS were being conducted unlawfully.

You have not addressed the latter issue but it appears that you have attempted to remedy the defectiveness of the composition of the Board by making new appointments.

It is my view that your appointment of the “new” Board is ultra vires and falls to be set aside by the High Court. I am instructed to proceed with an application to the High Court to achieve this.

As a courtesy, I set out hereunder, the basis upon which my client intends to approach the High Court. You may take this as informal notice of the application that will now be made against you, and the individual members of the Board. The KZNCS will be joined as an interested party as will the Premier and the National Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs.

On 20th February 2010, your department issued a statement that was published on its website, announcing the appointment of a new Board to replace the outgoing Board whose term of office apparently expired on 31st January 2010.

This statement was somewhat confusing as officials of the KZNCS informed members of my client during the course of last year, that you had “issued letters of appointment for the new Board”.

As I pointed out to you in my letter of 2nd December 2009, the composition of the board is determined by section 4(8) of the KwaZulu-Natal Nature Conservation Act 9 of 1997 (“the KZN Act”). It is my client’s contention that the Board has operated unlawfully for a number of years. You and your predecessor chose not to address the concerns of my client that were raised as far back as September 2006.

In your appointment of the Board your discretion is limited by the provisions of the Act. You have no discretion as to the procedure to be followed as this is prescribed by section 4(4) of the Act and as pointed out above, have no discretion in the composition of the Board.

Section 4(4) obliges you to:

  1. invite submissions from members of the public of the names of persons who could be taken into consideration when appointing members to the Board;
       and
  2. prescribe the method which will enable the invitation contemplated in paragraph (a) to reach the greatest number of residents in the province.

Members of my client have a keen interest in conservation issues and are particularly interested in the status of the Board. I personally have a deep interest in the nature conservation of the province and as a lawyer a professional interest in the affairs of the Board. Neither I nor any members of my client were made aware of any notice of any invitation, which in terms of section 4(5), must specify the method of submission and a date by which such nominations are to reach the Minister.

I, and many members of my client are on the list of stakeholders who received regular communications on the now defunct policy process and then the process relating to the development of norms and standards. One would have expected that at least this group of persons and the many other stakeholders on the distribution list, would have been given notice of any invitation to make nominations for positions on the Board.

I must assume that no notice was issued to the public as required by section 4(4)(a) of the Act, or if it was, did not comply with the provisions of section 4(4)(b).

Your failure to comply with the Act makes your actions ultra vires and your appointment of the Board invalid.

The unlawfulness of your actions is compounded by the fact that you appear not to have complied with any of the provisions of section 7 of the Act which requires the involvement of the Portfolio Committee (for nature conservation matters) in the selection process.

The issues raised are matters of grave concern to the public. It would appear that the serious irregularities that exist in the nature conservation affairs of the province that have been highlighted in adverse reports in the media and have attracted adverse comments by High Court Judges, persist.

Your recent actions in the invalid appointment of the Board cannot be left unchallenged. My client will now approach the High Court for an order setting aside the appointment of the Board and the appointment of an administrator to oversee the process for the selection of a new Board that meets the requirements of the Act.

Yours faithfully

JEREMY RIDL



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Letter to Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (31 January 2008)

98 Buffelsdrift, Drummond, KwaZulu-Natal
PO Box 520, Bothas Hill 3660;
Tel (031) 7834610 Fax (031) 7834610
Cell 082 5555481
e-mail : jaridl@absamail.co.za


JEREMY RIDL
BA LLB LLM (Environmental Law) PhD
Our Ref: J A Ridl/jr
Your Ref:
31 January 2008
 

The Hon Marthinus van Schalkwyk MP
Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism
Private Bag X447
Pretoria
0001

FAX:    012 3220082

 

Dear Minister

DRAFT POLICY: MANAGEMENT OF EX SITU WILD ANIMALS IN KWAZULU-NATAL AND RELATED MATTERS
THREATENED OR PROTECTED SPECIES REGULATIONS

Thank you for your letter dated 14th December 2007 in response to my letter dated 29 December 2006.

Events have obviously overtaken your response, but there are matters that require clarification and as you will observe from what appears below, possible action from your office.

Our complaint against Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife was twofold:

  • First we argued that the organisation has no statutory power to make provincial policy on nature conservation matters as that power vests in the MEC Agriculture and Environmental Affairs.  The powers of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife are limited to making recommendations for a policy to the MEC;
  • Second, we objected to the presentation by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife of the so-called policy as if it would have the effect of legislation and would be enforceable.  You are obviously well aware of the distinction between legislation and policy.  It appeared that Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife and indeed the MEC, were not.

 

In the result, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife conceded that their powers were limited as we suggested and the draft policy and its process were withdrawn in June 2007.  This was replaced with a process to prepare a “recommendation for a policy” for the consideration of the MEC.  This process ended inconclusively and with little consensus among stakeholders.

In parallel, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife engaged in a process to develop norms and standards for the keeping of various categories of wild animals.  We considered this process to be of little value as the norms and standards were intended to be applied to animals covered by the KwaZulu-Natal Nature Conservation Ordinance 15 of 1974, legislation that is outdated, partially repealed and almost completely superseded by the National Environmental Management:  Biodiversity Act 10 of 2004 and the Threatened or Protected Species regulations (“TOPS”) that come into effect tomorrow.

We understand that Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife is now busying itself with the preparation of a draft provincial Biodiversity Act.  We consider this to be ill-considered at the present time.

The concerns of my clients are, and have been that Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife as the authority that will administer TOPS on behalf of your Department is devoting considerable funding and resources on activities that are unnecessary given the content of the national legislation, and that this will be at the expense of the efficient administration of TOPS.  My clients, many of whom are professional animal keepers, are materially detrimentally affected by this.

Attached is a copy of a letter addressed to the MEC Agriculture and Environmental Affairs expressing our concerns.

In the circumstances, it may be appropriate for you to intervene and to facilitate dialogue between stakeholders.  My clients as a substantial group of stakeholders have lost confidence in Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife.  Rightly or wrongly, my clients perceive Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife to be determined to press ahead with new legislation over which they will have control and that the concerns of my clients will be disregarded.  Of greater concern is that promoting additional provincial legislation when there is comprehensive national legislation is not in the public interest.

The implementation of TOPS is likely to prove a great challenge in itself without the added complication of overlapping provincial legislation.  We would greatly appreciate your intervention by providing leadership and direction to the provincial MEC and Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife on these matters.  Although you have delegated authority to the provinces to the administer TOPS, we believe that ultimate responsibility for their successful implementation remains with your office.

I look forward to hearing from you, hopefully more promptly than your last response!

Yours sincerely

JEREMY RIDL



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Letter to MEC Agriculture and Enviromental Affairs (30 January 2008)

98 Buffelsdrift, Drummond, KwaZulu-Natal
PO Box 520, Bothas Hill 3660;
Tel (031) 7834610 Fax (031) 7834610
Cell 082 5555481
e-mail : jaridl@absamail.co.za


JEREMY RIDL
BA LLB LLM (Environmental Law) PhD
Our Ref: J A Ridl/jr
Your Ref:
30 January 2008
 
The Honourable Mr Mtholephi Mthimkhulu
MEC Agriculture and Environmental Affairs
Province of KwaZulu-Natal
PO Box 2132
DURBAN
4000

Per telefax: 031 368 1601

Dear Minister

PREPAREDNESS OF KWAZULU-NATAL FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE THREATENED OR PROTECTED SPECIES REGULATIONS: ROLE OF EZEMVELO KZN WILDLIFE

As you are no doubt aware from my previous correspondence with you on related matters, I act for the Animal Interest Alliance (“AIA”).

AIA is a properly constituted trust.  It states as its mission the following:

The objective of the AIA TRUST shall be to promote the welfare of animals, to strengthen the human-animal bond, to preserve genetic diversity, to ensure that the use of renewable resources is sustainable and to safeguard the rights and interests of responsible animal owners and professionals through research, public education and the development of sound public policy.

You will recall that the AIA challenged the legal capacity of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife to formulate policy on the keeping of wild animals in captivity.  Ultimately, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife conceded that it had no power to formulate policy, its function being limited to the recommendation of policy for your consideration. The draft policy and the process were abandoned on 30th June 2007.

Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife then proceeded with a process to develop recommendations for a policy and invited public comment on this.  The future of this process is not known, but little or no consensus on its content was reached at the public meeting at which it was debated.  In parallel, meetings were held with stakeholders in various groups to seek input on norms and standards to be applied to permits issued under the Nature Conservation Ordinance 1974.  In our view, neither of these processes has yielded any product that will assist in the administration of existing legislation, or in particular, the Threatened or Protected Species Regulations promulgated under the National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act 10 of 2004 (“TOPS”) which come into effect on 1st February 2008.  This is of great concern as the administration of this legislation materially affects the rights and interests of my clients and the public generally.

In the correspondence addressed to Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife we repeatedly requested that we be provided with information that confirmed that the now defunct processes were properly authorised by the Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Board and that the funds allocated to the processes were in accordance with approved budgets.  This information was not forthcoming and a formal notice under section 18 of the Promotion of Access to Information Act 2 of 2000 was duly served on Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife.  A similar notice was served on your Department.  Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife did not reply to the notice, claiming that having withdrawn their policy process on the last day for providing a response to the notice, it was not necessary for it to do so.  Your Department did not reply to the notice served on it either.

My clients did not accept this position and repeated its demand in a letter dated 20th September 2007 that evidence be provided that the process undertaken by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife was properly authorised and that funding therefor had been legally approved.  No response was forthcoming on this issue.  My clients are concerned that a considerable amount of public money has been wasted on an exercise in futility.

My clients’ concerns are that Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife is distracted from what should be an urgent priority to gear up for the administration of TOPS, to provide the necessary human and other resources required to efficiently undertake this, and to prepare the public for the new processes that come into effect.  The only public meeting convened during 2007 by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife in conjunction with the representatives the national Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism to discuss the new regulations left my clients with a sense of a very confused state of affairs between the national and provincial authorities.  We were given no confidence that Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife was ready to cope with the new law, or that any meaningful assistance would be forthcoming from the national Department.

We are informed that officials of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife that should be concentrating on preparing Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife for its responsibilities under existing legislation are now giving priority to the drafting of a new Biodiversity Bill for the province which is to be presented to you to introduce in the Legislature later this year.  My clients consider this, with respect, to be another waste of public money by an organisation that is already beset with financial difficulties and that has difficulty in fulfilling its core mandate within its limited budget.  More than adequate legislation at the national level exists and which provides the proper framework within which provincial administration of these matters may be practised.  The implementation of TOPS by the provinces is mandatory and this is where all of the efforts of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife should be focussed at present.

My clients now seek from your office, the following:

  1. A public statement on the preparedness of the province and Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife  in particular for the implementation of TOPS;
  2. Confirmation that you are aware of and have authorised a new legislative process commencing with the preparation by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife of a draft Biodiversity Bill;
  3. Confirmation that the Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Board has approved the drafting of new legislation which is to be presented to you for consideration;
  4. Reasons why such legislation is considered necessary;
  5. Assurance that funds for the aforesaid process have been authorised by your office and by the MEC Finance, given the fact that you have suspended the financial authority of the Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Board;
  6. A full public accounting of both the policy and the norms and standards processes undertaken by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife;
  7. Confirmation that the monies expended on the processes referred to in paragraph 6 were properly authorised and approved by the Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife Board;
  8. Public disclosure of the budget allocated to the development of new legislation (the Biodiversity Bill);
  9. Public disclosure of the budget allocated to the implementation of TOPS;
  10. Public disclosure of an action plan or strategy from Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife and your Department as to how the new regulations will be implemented.

This information is sought informally in the hope that your office will cooperate with my clients.  However, if it is not forthcoming, formal notices under PAIA will be served and if necessary, the court will be approached for an order compelling the disclosure of the information sought.

This letter is motivated out of genuine concern by my clients that their rights and in some cases their livelihoods and those of many associated with the animal keeping industry, will be seriously detrimentally affected.

I now await your response as matter of urgency.

This letter is copied to the persons and entities listed below as they have a material interest in and may be joined in any litigation that may ensue in the protection of my clients’ rights.

Yours sincerely

JEREMY RIDL

 

Cc The Premier, Province of KwaZulu-Natal;
The MEC Finance, Province of KwaZulu-Natal;
The Auditor General;
The Chair, Portfolio Committee on Finance;
The Chair, Portfolio Committee on Nature Conservation


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Letter to MEC Agriculture and Enviromental Affairs

98 Buffelsdrift, Drummond, KwaZulu-Natal
PO Box 520, Bothas Hill 3660;
Tel (031) 7834610 Fax (031) 7834610
Cell 082 5555481
e-mail : jaridl@absamail.co.za


JEREMY RIDL
BA LLB LLM (Environmental Law) PhD
Our Ref: J A Ridl/jr
Your Ref:
29 December 2006
 
The Honourable Mr Mtholephi Mthimkhulu
MEC Agriculture and Environmental Affairs
Province of KwaZulu-Natal
PO Box 2132
DURBAN
4000

Honourable Sir

DRAFT POLICY: MANAGEMENT OF EX SITU WILD ANIMALS IN KWAZULU-NATAL & PRIMATE POLICY, AND NORMS AND STANDARDS FOR PRIMATE CENTRES AND CAPTIVE VERVET MONKEYS


Attached are copies of letters addressed to the Hon Premier and the correspondence attached thereto.

I draw to your attention the need to join you in the threatened proceedings and more particularly that the High Court may be asked to direct you to intervene in the policy process and to exercise appropriate control over the Board of EKZNW as you are constitutionally required to in the circumstances. While we respect the independence of the Board of EKZNW, it is our contention that it is acting beyond its legal powers and that you have a duty to intervene in its affairs.

In view of the fact that the High Court may make an order against you, you may wish to be represented in the court action. Prior to the service of papers on your office, a courtesy notification thereof will be given to you.

Yours faithfully


JEREMY RIDL

CC The Hon Premier, Province of KwaZulu-Natal
Hon Minister of Environmental Affairs & Tourism
The Chairman of the Board, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife


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Letter to Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism

98 Buffelsdrift, Drummond, KwaZulu-Natal
PO Box 520, Bothas Hill 3660;
Tel (031) 7834610 Fax (031) 7834610
Cell 082 5555481
e-mail : jaridl@absamail.co.za


JEREMY RIDL
BA LLB LLM (Environmental Law) PhD
Our Ref: J A Ridl/jr
Your Ref:
29 December 2006
 
The Honourable Marthinus van Schalkwyk
Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism
Private Bag X9154
CAPE TOWN
8000


Honourable Sir

DRAFT POLICY: MANAGEMENT OF EX SITU WILD ANIMALS IN KWAZULU-NATAL & PRIMATE POLICY, AND NORMS AND STANDARDS FOR PRIMATE CENTRES AND CAPTIVE VERVET MONKEYS


I act for the Animal Interest Alliance (“AIA”), a voluntary association of people that have an interest in the keeping of animals in captivity.

Attached is correspondence addressed to your colleagues in the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government and to the Board of Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife. The issues are summarised in the letter addressed to the Honourable Premier as is short index of the correspondence for your ease of reference.

Your Department clearly has an interest in the matter (both legal and functional) and you will be joined to the proceedings although no order is proposed to be obtained against you or your Department.

A courtesy call to your office informing you of the service of court papers will be made prior thereto.

Yours faithfully

JEREMY RIDL

CC The Hon Premier, Province of KwaZulu-Natal
Hon Minister of Environmental Affairs & Tourism
The Chairman of the Board, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife


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Letter to the Premier of the Province of KwaZulu-Natal

98 Buffelsdrift, Drummond, KwaZulu-Natal
PO Box 520, Bothas Hill 3660;
Tel (031) 7834610 Fax (031) 7834610
Cell 082 5555481
e-mail : jaridl@absamail.co.za


JEREMY RIDL
BA LLB LLM (Environmental Law) PhD
Our Ref: J A Ridl/jr
Your Ref:
29 December 2006
 

The Honourable JS Ndebele
Premier of the Province of KwaZulu-Natal
Private Bag X9037
PIETERMARITZBURG
3200

Honourable Sir

DRAFT POLICY: MANAGEMENT OF EX SITU WILD ANIMALS IN KWAZULU-NATAL & PRIMATE POLICY, AND NORMS AND STANDARDS FOR PRIMATE CENTRES AND CAPTIVE VERVET MONKEYS


I act for the Animal Interest Alliance (“AIA”), a voluntary association of people that have an interest in the keeping of animals in captivity. These interests include conservation, animal welfare, scientific, educational, entertainment, hobby and commercial practices. Its members include people from a broad spectrum of society that share a common concern about the detrimental effects of the proposed policy referred to in the heading of this letter (“the policy”). These concerns relate to the content of the draft documentation made available for public comment, the approach to the policy process and the apparent attempt by Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife (“EKZNW”) to use an internal policy to perform the function of provincial policy with legislative effect.

EKZNW has defended its actions on the basis that it is merely developing norms and standards for the keeping of wild animals in captivity, but it is clear from the content of the documentation and its stated purpose that the intentions of EKZNW go beyond its legal powers. Moreover, the public has perceived its intentions to mean is that by the proposed policy, the keeping of all wild animals (which by the definition given in the draft documentation) effectively includes all creatures except domestic animals. This has had a detrimental effect on the rights of many people and in particular, members of the AIA.

In order to satisfy the demands of AIA, EKZNW has been invited to state publicly the following:

• The draft policy in its present form will be withdrawn immediately;

• The Board will state publicly the concession made in the letter (item 10 of the correspondence, third to last paragraph) to the effect that it does not have the power to “create legislation” and it follows, the “policy” once finalized, will not have the effect of law;

• That until such time as the “policy” is approved following the stakeholder process, the present criteria applicable to the issue of permits for all purposes contemplated by the Ordinance will continue to guide the issue of all permits and any conditions attached thereto;

• A new first draft will be prepared only at the conclusion of the stakeholder process that now seems set to run until the middle of 2007.

EKZNW has declined to do so.

In view of the continuing harm to my clients by the process, AIA has no alternative but to approach the High Court with a view to obtaining an order that will include an interdict pending a declaration of rights as follows:

• the powers of the Board of EKZNW to make policy in the way in which it is proposed (or at all);

• the powers of officials of EKZNW to determine permit conditions except within the confines of the Ordinance and subject to the principles of just administrative action;

• the constitutionality of the Board’s actions, particularly with regard to the legislative effect of the proposed policy and its interference in the domain of the legislative powers of the national and provincial governments;

• that matters that have the effect of the proposed policy fall to be dealt with by way of appropriate regulations (or norms and standards) made under the Biodiversity Act;

• any other relevant matter.

It is also proposed to be argued that the question of costs, in the event of an unsuccessful application to the court on any of these issues falls to be determined with regard to section 32(2) of the National Environmental Management Act 107 of 1998 as the matter is in the public interest and the action taken is in the interests of the protection of the environment.

It is our submission that EKZNW is proposing to encroach on the functional areas of your office, the office of the MEC Agriculture and Environmental Affairs and the national Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism. You and your colleagues in government clearly have a legal interest in these proceedings and we are accordingly obliged as a matter of law to join yourselves in the court proceedings. We seek no order against your office.

With regard to the effect of the order on the functions of the MEC Agriculture and Environmental Affairs, we may seek an order directing the MEC to exercise appropriate control over the Board of EKZNW as he constitutionally obliged to do. The attention of the Honourable MEC will be drawn to this possibility and he will be invited to intervene in the proceedings if he deems it necessary to do so.

As matters stand, and unless there is change in the attitude of EKZNW, court papers will be served in the matter soon. Your office will receive a courtesy notification prior to the service of papers on you.

Attached for your ease of reference is an indexed bundle of relevant documents and correspondence.

The matter has received considerable coverage in the media but it is not intended to burden you with copies at this stage. Should you wish me to provide you with copies of relevant newspaper reports, I will do so. The issues raised in the press are covered in the correspondence. Our argument is that EKZNW has persistently conveyed the impression that the “policy” will have the effect of law when clearly it cannot.

Yours faithfully

JEREMY RIDL

CC The Hon Premier, Province of KwaZulu-Natal
Hon Minister of Environmental Affairs & Tourism
The Chairman of the Board, Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife

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