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2013 Sponsors:



Briza Publications was established in 1990. We specialize in botany and natural history publications. All books are of high quality, have a practical approach and the content is informative. Over the last few years we have had great success in establishing co-publishing partnerships with leading overseas publishers.


The Threatened Wildlife Protection Academy was established in 2011, to equip Game Ranchers and Farm owners with the basic knowledge and skills, to prevent all poaching, that is, poaching of any species of animal.


The Dabchick Wildlife Reserve is situated in the in the Waterberg district of Limpopo Province, South Africa. The reserve is roughly a two and a half hour drive from the OR Tambo international airport in Johannesburg. The area is a malaria-free zone. The reserve caters for nature lovers who want to experience the wonders of the African bush, in comfort but without the intrusion of modern life


For generations the Winemasters at the Nederburg Estate have been mastering the craft of making superior and highly acclaimed wines. It is the story of how one man’s dream and unyielding passion has created a legacy of wine mastery that has endured for over two centuries.

Ingwe Wildlife

Ingwe Wildlife Centre offers an out of the ordinary african wildlife experience. They offer a volunteer program that promises to be both mentally and physically challenging as you gain hands on experience with and knowledge of african wildlife.


MSD is a global healthcare leader working to address unmet health needs. They provide innovative medicines, vaccines, biologic therapies and consumer and animal health products to help improve health and well-being. They work with customers in 140 countries to deliver broad-based healthcare solutions.


Game & Hunt endeavours to supply their readers and the main role-players in the game industry with relevant and up-to-date information in a reader-friendly format. In this way they strive to promote the concept of sustainable and economic utilisation of wildlife in general but more specifically in the South African environment.



Afrivet Business Management, the biggest truly South African animal health company, was established in 2000 by Dr Peter Oberem. Afrivet's formation marks the results of a dedicated group of pioneers in the South African animal health industry's continued efforts to serve the industry with distinction.



Pharm4Game specialise in products and medicines for the wildlife industry, form Darting equipment, Pole syringes, Books, Feeding supplements to Medicines, Vaccines, Parasite control and equipment.



Tecvet has been founded to meet the veterinary equipment and support service needs in the African market. The unique economic and local environment dictates a level of service and supply to satisfy an emerging market value that has not been offered up until now.



The EXAMION® Group faces the increasing requirements of health professionals nationally and internationally with an extensive industry know-how and years of experience in digital radiography, a broad product- and service portfolio and regional presence under a standardized appearance.

Wild Ranching South Africa

Wildlife Ranching South Africa (WRSA) was established in 2005, from the necessity of government's desire to deal directly with a national body and no longer with provincial bodies representing the South African game or wildlife rancher.WRSA is a non-profit organisation that liaises closely between the game ranchers, non-governmental and governmental authorities to ensure a healthy working relationship, assisting governmental authorities with the setting up of policies, regulations and norms and standards applicable to the wildlife industry.



EcoLife offers an exciting, hands-on, in-depth and educational experience. During the expeditions you interact with rangers, veterinarians and researchers who are actively involved in projects, giving you insight into life, successes and problems associated with conservation in Africa today.


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