SA implements first tax incentive for protection of endangered species
Barbara Creecy signs biodiversity management agreements with Limpopo owners of wild lions and rhinos
SA has activated its first tax incentive to reward private citizens such as landowners for safeguarding endangered species, notably rhinos and lions.
The incentive has been enabled by biodiversity management agreements (BMAs) signed between forestry, fisheries & the environment minister Barbara Creecy and Limpopo landowners. ..
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