PHASA Job Market – PHASA PH’s available for 2022 – Looking for Conservation/Hunting/Field guiding work – Advertise your position free of charge!
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PHASA IS WORKING FOR YOU!
Attended a CHASA Board meeting
Attended a Northern Cape Provincial Government meeting
Attended a CATHSSETA: Professional Hunter – Knowledge Module Workshop
Attended the National Tourism Stakeholder Forum (NTSF) meeting
Attended the SAQA Professional Body Forum
We have received the following request from Wildlife Ranching South Africa
The research being conducted is of utmost importance to gather relevant data but also data with which we can counter the current threat of banning hunting trophy imports into the UK
Pease be kind and assist the research teams in Limpopo, if you can.
KNOW YOUR INDUSTRY – CALL TO ACTION LIMPOPO WILDLIFE RANCHERS
We are kindly requesting all wildlife ranchers to participate in Sustainable Wildlife Economies Project (SWEP) so that accurate data can be used to inform better policies for the industry. The SWEP project (www.wildeconomy.org) seeks to understand the holistic contributions of wildlife ranching to sustainable development. Please see our phase 1 video report and results summary for more details.
Teams of 3-4 students will visit you on a day that suits you in February or March to conduct an interview that will last c. 1.5 hours. During the interview, you will be asked about land use, sustainable land management practices, population management, and socio-economic development. We will use a map to help facilitate our discussion.
All data are strictly confidential, and teams have signed non-disclosure agreements. A copy of your dataset will be sent to you for verification after the survey.
Or alternatively, please contact Ankie Stroebel (email@example.com) (012 335 9664 / 082 441 1822), or Karlin Muller (firstname.lastname@example.org) (074 529 9983) so they can arrange for a team to meet with you.
We look forward to meeting you and finding ways for the wildlife economy to flourish.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact any member of the project team: Matthew Child, South African National Biodiversity Institute (072 1992 454) Richard York, Wildlife Ranching South Africa (082 487 0348) Karlin Muller, South African National Biodiversity Institute (074 529 9983) Roland Vorwerk, Department of Environment, Forestry and Fisheries (082 466 1251)
A BIG thank you to all members who have paid their membership fees!
The 2022 membership year started on 1 December 2021. Invoices have been emailed to all members. If you have not received an invoice please contact Sybil: email@example.com.
There is no increase in membership fees for 2022. We understand that 2021 was still a difficult year and you are welcome to contact us if you wish to make a payment arrangement.
NEDBANK banking detailsreflect on the invoices Credit Card payment is also available. Proof of membership & membership cards will be emailed on receipt of your payment. Please contact Sybil: firstname.lastname@example.org or 012 – 6672048 for any questions.
PHASA & Go2 Alliance have introduced further options to make your client’s experience at OR Tambo Airport much easier.
Option 1. PHASA Temporary import Standard service: USD 160.00 for 1Passengers – The client will supply PHASA with all relevant documents for a pre-issued permit – PHASA will process documents and obtain the pre-issued permit in advance – PHASA will communicate with client before the departure on issued permits – The client will be met in the international arrivals hall by our agent. – The agent will have the original permit and will escort the client to the firearms office – The agent will assist with the clearance of the firearm(s)
Option 2.PHASA Temporary import permit +FinalDeparture Assist: USD 199.00 for 1 Passengers – Option 1 + – The client will be met by our representative at the agreed meeting point on final departure date – The client will be escorted to the check-in counter to collect the boarding pass and drop the luggage – The client will be assisted with the check-in of firearm at the airline specified security office
Option 3.PHASATemporary import permit +ConnectionAssist: USD 199.00 for 1 Passengers –Option 1 + – The client will be escorted to the connecting flight check-in counter to collect the boarding pass and drop the luggage – The client will be assisted with the check-in of the firearm(s) at the airline specified security office
We recommend that hunters get pre-issued permits for their own peace of mind. For every permit PHASA does for your client, you as a member will earnan incentive: Option 1: R150 / permit Option 2 & 3: R200 / permit Please support PHASA.
Using the commission earned from medal sales, you could pay for your Subscription fees, Convention attendance, etc. Contact: email@example.com for more details.
– PHASA PH’S AVAILABLE FOR PERMANENT OR FREE-LANCE WORK:
– Looking for Conservation/Hunting/Field guiding work: Having successfully completed an anti-poaching APU course through Soldiers For Wildlife, I’m looking to get into the field and start a new career in conservation, hunting or field guiding. I am an ex business owner, who’s doors closed December last year due to Covid. I am based in SA and feel that it is high time I get back to my roots and have a change of scenery. I would love to be involved in this process and would appreciate your interest in this regard. CV and references on request. Please contact me on +27 82 675 6311 – Anton Botha
Advertise your 2022 positions for PH’s, farm managers, lodge managers, etc. FREE of charge in the PHASA newsletter!
WHATSAPP MARKETING GROUP FOR MEMBERS Because we do not allow advertising on our provincial WhatsApp groups, we have created a group where members can advertise FREE OF CHARGE!
Group Rules: • Only PHASA members can advertise and join the group • Only Admins can place adverts – it is a broadcast group • Hunting Industry and sponsors adverts only • 4 Adverts per month allowed • Advert formats: Jpeg, Png or Text • Please keep adverts as short as possible Send adverts to Tersia: firstname.lastname@example.org or via WhatsApp
Please join using the link below (members only) or ask Tersia to add you to the group:
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Each of these books stands on its own merit whilst remaining part of the series. They are all published in collector’s copy format and in limited editions (1000 copies only). Each book in the series is numbered and signed by the author and the purchaser’s name is inscribed in calligraphy on the collector’s page. These books all have matching dust jackets.
** PLEASE USE PHASA AS A REFERENCE WHEN ORDERING! ** The cost for Collectors Series of 6 books is R 3000 or US$ 220 (RSA Postage included). Individual books sell for R 500 or US$ 35 each.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Ben Heystek firstname.lastname@example.org Exco Member and Chairman Training Committee Professional Hunters’ Association of South Africa PHASA is a SAQA recognized Professional Body
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