Discussion in 'News & Announcements' started by cmnhunt, Aug 23, 2018.
It may be true in some cases but on the farm I hunted, the great grandfather BOUGHT the land from the Crown during Queen Victoria's reign! They didn't steal it from anyone. A copy of the original bill of sale is hanging on a wall and from what I can deduce, there was an amendment to some legislation in England's parliament that allowed the purchase. Previous to that time, it could only be a lease.
If your worried about a deposit then you might wish to consider using a reputable booking agent that hold most, if not all, deposits until you actually go. Once there any outfittor will go to extremes to keep you safe. It should not be a deciding factor of whether to go or not.
Secure you trip with insurance. Ripcord/Redpoint is who was recommended to me and it's full coverage. Any loss of time, medical, evacuation, airfare situation ect. I'm paying as I pay the trip off. Total cost on about a 20K hunt is about one thousand dollars. Well worth it in my opinion. I am making insurance payments and as I make payments towards the hunt. I call and insure sure my the money I just paid.
i believe i read somewhere here where trip insurance is void when the trip is interfered with by government
Damn clauses. Yea I believe it, like acts of terrorism, natural disaster ect. Tough decision.
I was planning on booking a Buff and plains game hunt In SA for 2019. I am also considering Zimbabwe. Which ever way I go, I will book now as near as possible to the hunt date. I may be wrong but I feel I will subject myself to less risk of loosing a down payment. Heck, I might even get a better deal last minute.
If the RSA National Assembly is not dissolved before 6 May 2019, the election must be held by 4 August 2019.
Can you note any similarities between the two elections? eg.
2016 US election:
2019 RSA Election:
South Africa's ANC to change constitution to allow seizing land
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced plans to change the country's constitution so farmlands can be seized without compensation. White farmers still own far more land than the black majority.
The ruling party in South Africa, African National Congress (ANC), will submit a proposal to amend the country's constitution to help push through its land reform, the country's President Cyril Ramaphosa told the nation on Tuesday.
The controversial reform would allow the government to take land from white farmers without paying for it.
"It has become patently clear that our people want the constitution to be more explicit about expropriation of land without compensation," Ramaphosa said in a televised address.
"The ANC will, through the parliamentary process, finalize a proposed amendment to the constitution that outlines more clearly the conditions under which expropriation of land without compensation can be effected," he added.
The Current Message from the US State Department
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Does that include TWEETS?
No drought in the Northern Cape, water was overflowing the dam at Vanderkloof in May.
Probably fake news.
I leave SA, headed home on May 6th! Hopefully all’s well till then!
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