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Scientific Assessment on Livestock Predation in South Africa

The draft Scientific Assessment on Livestock Predation in South Africa was made available for review and stakeholders were invited to provide written comments.

- The deadline for submitting comments closed on 20 November 2017 -

 

THE PredSA DRAFT CHAPTERS AND STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS/AUTHOR RESPONSES ARE AVAILABLE BELOW:

 

CHAPTER 1: Introduction – the need for, and value of, a scientific assessment of livestock predation in South Africa.

STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS AND AUTHOR RESPONSES CHAPTER 1


CHAPTER 2: History of predator-stock conflict in South Africa.

STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS AND AUTHOR RESPONSES CHAPTER 2


CHAPTER 3: The socio-economic impacts of livestock depredation and its prevention in South Africa

STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS AND AUTHOR RESPONSES CHAPTER 3


CHAPTER 4: Ethical considerations in the management of livestock predator impacts

STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS AND AUTHOR RESPONSES CHAPTER 4


CHAPTER 5: Legal considerations in the management of livestock predator impacts.

STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS AND AUTHOR RESPONSES CHAPTER 5


CHAPTER 6: Past and current management of predation on livestock.

STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS AND AUTHOR RESPONSES CHAPTER 6


CHAPTER 7: Biology and ecology of the black-backed jackal and caracal.

STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS AND AUTHOR RESPONSES CHAPTER 7


CHAPTER 8: The role of meso-predators in ecosystems: potential effects of managing their populations on ecosystem processes and biodiversity

STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS AND AUTHOR RESPONSES CHAPTER 8


CHAPTER 9: Biology, ecology and interaction of other predators with livestock.

STAKEHOLDER COMMENTS AND AUTHOR RESPONSES CHAPTER 9


 

 

Should you have any questions regarding the review process please call Sharon Wilson on 041 504 2493 or email predsa@mandela.ac.za.