Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers – Limpopo

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Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers - Limpopo - Image - CICA SA

13 Lions killed in recent days. Two Tigers killed yesterday. 15 Crocodile poisoned yesterday. In many instances the heads and feet have been cut off.

Any tip-offs or information in Groblersdal and Roedtan-Naboomspruit areas, please contact CAPT Retief on 0823199460.

Commissioner Lieutenant General Ledwaba has appealed to game farm owners to “beef” up their security. We would like to appeal to him for permission to hunt the Traditional Healers who are creating a demand for this nonsense.

CICA believes that this recent upsurge in killings is directly related to the “traditional healer” marke tand that the cause can be directly traced to people (including our president) believing the Sangoma and Inyanga lies and promises that these animal body parts will clear up many “curses” including HIV and political problems.

Maybe it’s time to go hunt another big snake, we are tired of these witch doctors disturbing dead ancestral spirits with lies instead of teaching people to look forward not backward for solutions.

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Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers - Limpopo - Image - CICA SA
Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers – Limpopo – Image – CICA SA

Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers - Limpopo - Image - CICA SA
Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers – Limpopo – Image – CICA SA

Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers - Limpopo - Image - CICA SA
Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers – Limpopo – Image – CICA SA

Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers - Limpopo - Image - CICA SA
Outrage over gruesome killing of lions and tigers – Limpopo – Image – CICA SA

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