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To supply our readers and the main role-players in the game industry with relevant and up-to-date information in a reader-friendly format. In this way we strive to promote the concept of sustainable and economic utilisation of wildlife in general but more specifically in the South African environment.

Our target market is the "conservationist in practice": hunters, the game ranchers, wildlife managers and ecotourists, both Afrikaans and English speaking.


GAME & HUNT’s first edition was the December 1994 issue.  It was then called SA WILD/GAME and the overall objective was to promote the South African Game Organisation (SAGO) and to be of service to the game rancher.

The magazine is aimed at the broad game industry in South Africa.  The main role-players in the game industry, namely hunters, game ranchers and nature conservationists are served by GAME & HUNT with quality informative articles and columns covering fauna and flora; hunting and arms; game production and marketing; nature conservation and eco-destinations.  The reader is also kept informed about industry news – locally and internationally.


Today on average 15 000 copies are sold and this number keeps growing. Game & Hunt is available at book shops and other retail outlets throughout South Africa, Namibia and some other southern African countries.


  • Hunting articles, including technical articles;
  • Articles on general wildlife conservation matters;
  • Production, marketing, economic and ecological aspects of game ranching;
  • A regular report on game sales prices;
  • 4 X 4 vehicle features;
  • Organisational matters pertaining to conservation organisations;
  • Reports on serious conservation matters, incorporated in...
  • Endangered Wildlife Trust Update with the EWT.
  • News on the wildlife industry



In every edition is to be found a lead article on an important aspect of the wildlife industry as well as an article on a specific animal - including small game, big game and carnivores. Also a nature article (scientific cum popular) on South Africa's plant life and/or geographical features.


  • •  Hoofredakteur en uitgewer van die maandelikse glanstydskrif WILD & JAG wat die afgelope 20 jaar die breë wildbedryf bedien met gehalte artikels en rubrieke oor jag, wildproduksie- en bemarking, natuurbewaring en ekobestemmings.

•  Vanaf 1980 tot 2005 betrokke by die stigting en bestuur van die eerste wildboerorganisasie by die destydse SA Landbou-unie (nou Agri-SA) wat ontwikkel het tot die huidige organisasie, Wildlewe Suid-Affika (WRSA)
•  Ook op hoogte met die internasionale ontwikkelings op die gebied van volhoubare benutting van ons natuurreserwes. Verskillende internasionale byeenkomste bygewoon.
•  BA – Universiteit van Pretoria.



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