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Introducing CHASA’s Home for Hunters in Gauteng!


Introducing CHASA’s Home for Hunters in Gauteng!The Gauteng Hunters Federation
Historically CHASA representation in Gauteng was vested in an association that chose to break away from CHASA at the onset of the implementation of the new FCA and renewal of licences as they wished to take their own footprint national (by agreement associations were not meant to poach each other’s territory at that time). This has left us strongly represented everywhere but in the economic & populous heartland of SA. We do have some specialised & dynamic member associations here including Swartwitpens Hunters (SWP), The Big-bore Association (BASA), Bushveld Conservation Bureau (BCB) etc. BCB’s membership to CHASA has been through its parent body PACASA (The Problem-animal Assoc. Of SA) and it is this structure that has now been transformed into THE GAUTENG HUNTERS FEDERATION (GHF). This will become the home of choice for the hunter-conservationist in Gauteng in future! BCB will continue within GHF as a Special Interest Branch and their ethos & traditions will continue unchanged.Members wishing to join GHF will have the choice of allocation into one of the Special Interest Branches, or else into a General Hunters Branch (these will be geographically based) They will also have a choice of how their specific hunting interests are promoted! There will be a portfolio manager for each type of hunting, such as “Plains Game, Dangerous Game, Wing-shooting, Bow Hunting, Varminting etc and you will be able to allocate a portion of your membership money to your specific choice/s to use towards finding/creating hunting opportunities for you.As an affiliate of CHASA all dedicated status (hunting/sport shooting/professional hunting) will be taken care of and CHASA will continue to look after the “big picture” on GHF’s behalf. CHASA affiliation costs just R69 per senior member per year which is funded out of the administrative aspect of the membership fee. Membership admin, access to essential hunter training, arrangements of shoots & events and, most critically, the seeking of top notch hunting opportunities will be done by the central Federation Executive. Branches will look after social, recreational and personal involvement of the member. Senior Members will pay R500 per year with the money initially broadly being allocated as follows:R250 to GHF Central admin (office staff, CHASA affiliation & attendance, Website, Media etc)R150 Direct to your Branch – Members direct benefits happen here and you have direct influence at this level on how you want to be treated.R100 to your allocated hunting portfolio/s. This money is exclusively for the sourcing or creating of hunting opportunities for the members. Advertising in agricultural magazines for farms, liaising with framer/rancher organisations etc. Using the existing PACASA structure as the launching platform means a dedicated & capable leadership base is available to start the ball rolling (as an interim measure), but it is envisaged that as membership grows and branches start to form, the Federal Council will emerge from elected branch representatives and by the time we are ready to hold the first AGM of the GHF a fully representative council will be easily achieved. The entire process will be overseen by CHASA Chairman Stephen Palos, together with the existing leadership at PACASA, in particular Neil Jones & Shane Spencer. Martin Hood is assisting with legal advice & structural planning.All folk wishing to join, take a leadership role, help in any manner are welcome to send your details to gautenghunters@gmail.comThere is no additional joining on fee for the time being and families can be included for an extra R100 in total. Conversion of existing dedicated status to CHASA dedicated status will also be done without charge for the interim.An association for the THINKING Hunter!CHASA is building a “Hunter’s Camp” at the Randfontein Show 27 Feb to 2 Mar where you can join any of our 21 affiliate associations. See: http://www.randfonteininfo.co.za/rftnshow.html
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