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SAASIC animal maltreatment case drags on

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This month (May) is the second anniversary of the National Council of SPCAs (NPSCA) bringing charges again a SA Army specialist unit in connection...

SAASIC animal cruelty cases still dragging on

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Fourteen months after the first charges were laid against an SA Army specialist unit in connection with neglect and maltreatment of horses, the National...

Lack of care and ill-health sees more SAASIC horses put down

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Moving SA Army equine assets to a reasonably remote site north of Pretoria from Potchefstroom for better management has not worked and 13 horses...

SAASIC cruelty to animals case waiting for a court date

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The discovery last year of equine maltreatment at the SA Army Specialist Infantry Capability (SAASIC) base led to horses moved elsewhere, others put down...

Lack of information on SAASIC horses leads to Parliamentary question

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The mercy killing of horses used and supposedly cared for by the SA Army's Specialist infantry Capability (SAASIC) as well as apparent...

SAASIC and SAPS horses – worlds apart

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Potchefstroom in North West is an equine centre for the country's top two security agencies – the SA National Defence Force (SANDF)...

More SAASIC horses taken into NSPCA care

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It doesn't appear to get better at the Potchefstroom-headquartered SA Army Specialist Infantry Capability (SAASIC) unit with another seven horses removed from...

Sixty-nine horses removed from SAASIC

Animal welfare, especially that of horses, appears not to rate a high priority in the SA Army. Confirmation of this comes with...

SAASIC horse deaths board of inquiry report complete

The board of inquiry appointed by SA Army Chief, Lieutenant General Lindile Yam, to investigate what appears to be dereliction of duty...

National animal welfare body says it’s in the dark about army...

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The National Council of SPCAs is "perturbed by the lack of interest" shown by government and the SA National Defence Force (SANDF)...

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Question for Public Works and Infrastructure Minister uses defenceWeb information

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Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s R37 million Beit Bridge fence upgrade as part of government efforts to prevent the spread of...