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NAPHA Newsletter, 30 June 2017


1.  NTB Regulations: Routine Inspections
2.  Game Meat Growth Strategy
3.  Bird flu hits SA
4.  HUAP Trust 
5.  Expression of Interest: NAPHA Photography Course
6.  Classifieds


Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) Regulations: Routine Inspections
NAPHA Office received various queries relating to the announcement of routine inspections conducted by the NTB together with a list of requested documentation. Annexure 10 of Government Gazette No 3235, states the requirements for registration applicable to Trophy Hunting Operations. The attached NTB Application form lists the requested documentation applicable to Trophy Hunting Operators without Accommodation.
As per Article 20 of the above Gazette (page13) all outfitters are required to keep a Client Attendance Register - copies available from the NAPHA Office.
NAPHA is acutely aware of certain issues requiring discussion with NTB (amongst others Vehicle Discs, Food Handlers Certificates, etc.) and will provide feedback in due course.
We urge all members to give their full co-operation to the inspectors in their line of duty.
Game Meat Growth Strategy
Agra, together with the Ministry of Trade (MITSMED) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) are implementing a Game Meat Growth Strategy, including options to start exporting game meat overseas. They have compiled a short questionnaire to help identify current and possible game meat producers and to better understand the sector and needs of the game meat industry value chain.
Please answer the 2 minute questionnaire to help grow the Game Meat industry and potentially become a part thereof. Open the attached document.
Once completed, please send to Dr Pauline Lindeque at e-mail:
Bird flu hits SA
Extract from NAU Newsletter
The highly pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) has recently been confirmed in South Africa. It is the same virus that caused an outbreak in Harare, Zimbabwe a few weeks ago.  This is an extremely serious disease that can cause up to a 100% mortality rate among chickens in an infected house within 3 days. Although some strains of the virus can make other animals and humans sick, this particular strain is not known to be a threat.

The disease is spread to chickens by wild water birds (through their droppings).  Contamination takes place when droppings are stepped in and carried into chicken houses, or if chickens get into contact with contagious water (open water sources such as drinking water and cooling ponds). Contaminated manure, equipment, vehicles, animals and culls also spread the disease rapidly.
Signs of the disease: a sudden increase in chicken mortality and a large number of birds showing respiratory signs and depression.
Prevention can only be done through stringent bio-safety measures.  No vaccines and no treatment is possible.
For a list of bio-safety measures released by AVIMUNE and availed by the NPI (Namibia Poultry Industry) in support of Namibian poultry producers, click here

Hunters United Against Poaching Trust
The HUAP Trust Website and Online Auction Platform is live.
Please visit for more information and the auction catalogue.

NAPHA Photography Course
NAPHA intends offering a Photography Course to its members. This course entails clear guidance on the use of your camera as well as
  • Key elements of exposure (How ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed work together);
  • Automatic vs manual camera modes;
  • Ways to ensure accurate exposures;
  • White balance and color;
  • Focus and depth of field; 
The focus of the course is on landscapes and hunting trophies.
When should this course be offered: click the button to submit your opinion via e-mail.

         August 2017             September 2017      
October 2017            November 2017  


We are looking for a Namibian Hunting Outfitter that is Spanish literate.
Interested parties can contact Tyrone Milne (Chumlet Safaris - South Africa) at
Nine Belgian Shepherd (Malinois) puppies available. Both parents are from Germany with Pedigree Certificates on hand.
The Dam is a certified police service dog (trained in drugs and protection) and the Sire is being trained in tracking and protection. Both are free from hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia and Spondylosis.
Puppies receive age related professional training, will be micro-chipped and fully vaccinated and will only be available to responsible owners.
Our training center offers training courses in Protection, Tracking and Obedience which the new owners are welcome to part-take in.
The price is equivalent to the quality!
Please contact Johann Thiessen at 081 142 6407 or 062 549 060 or via e-mail at 
NAPHA received the following request from the Zambezi Vocational Training Centre for publication. Kindly contact the below directly, as NAPHA does not accept any responsibility for any reference.
Application for Job Attachment: Hospitality and Tourism Level 2
Zambezi Vocational Training Centre is hereby requesting your good office for job attachment / internship of our trainees doing Hospitality and Tourism Level 2. The trainees will greatly benefit from doing a 6 months job-attachment period before receiving level 3 certification. We humbly request you to accommodate any number of our trainees for job attachment.

Read the full request here
New NAPHA Members that have not yet collected their Membership Packs are reminded to please do so.


Namibia Professional Hunting Association


PO Box: 11291

Tel: +264 (0) 61 234455

Tanja Dahl, Chief Executive Officer,
Nicole Schwandt, Executive Assistant,
Delin Rooinasie, Secretary,
Nikita Greyling, Administrative Assistant,
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