Firearm owners welcome a SAPS decision on temporary permit system

The SA Hunters and Game Conservation Association (SA Hunters) welcomes an announcement by SAPS that temporary firearm permits will be issued to firearm owners whose licence applications have been approved, but whose licence cards are not yet available. A SAPS directive, signed on 12 September 2022, was sent to[...]

By Specialist Writer|15th September 2022|Categories: Articles, News, Resource management|Tags: , , , |

SA Hunters welcomes announcement about expired firearm licences

The South African Hunters and Game Conservation Association (SA Hunters) welcomes the announcement by SAPS that firearm owners whose licences expired, may now apply for new licences without having to hand in their firearms to the Police for safe keeping while their applications are being processed. This directive follows[...]

By Specialist Writer|6th July 2022|Categories: News|Tags: , |

SA Hunters will continue discussions with SAPS for pragmatic approach to firearm legislation

The SA Hunters and Game Conservation Association (SA Hunters) will continue discussions with the SAPS and other authorities to find practical and reasonable solutions for the administrative problems that legal firearm owners experience with the firearm licensing process. The Association is disappointed that the Constitutional Court judgement on 7[...]

By Specialist Writer|8th June 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , |

Concourt reserves judgement on constitutionality of firearms legislation

The Constitutional Court reserved judgement in the court application by SA Hunters and the Minister of Police on the constitutionality of Sections 24 and 28 of the Firearms Control Act (Act 60 of 2000). Judgement can be expected anytime between four to twelve weeks from today. Therefore, firearm owners[...]

By Specialist Writer|8th February 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , |
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