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The National Environmental Management Biodiversity Act (NEMBA) defines restricted activities as follows:

a) In relation to a specimen of a listed threatened or protected species, means:
  • Hunting, catching, capturing or killing any living specimen of a listed threatened or protected species by any means, method or device whatsoever, including searching, pursuing, driving, lying in wait, luring, alluring, discharging a missile or injuring with intent to hunt, catch, capture or kill any such specimen;
  • Gathering, collecting or plucking any specimen of a listed threatened or protected species;
  • Picking parts of, or cutting, chopping off, uprooting, damaging or destroying, any specimen of a listed threatened or protected species;
  • Importing into the Republic, including introducing form the sea, any specimen of a listed threatened or protected species;
  • Exporting from the Republic, including re-exporting from the Republic, any specimen of a listed threatened or protected species;
  • Having in possession or exercising physical control over any specimen of a listed threatened or protected species;
  • Growing, breeding or in any other way propagating any specimen of a listed threatened or protected species, or causing it to multiply;
  • Conveying, moving or otherwise translocating any specimen of a listed threatened or protected species;
  • Selling or otherwise trading in, buying, receiving, giving, donating or accepting as a gift, or in any way acquiring or disposing of any specimen of a listed threatened or protected species; or
  • Any other prescribed activity which involves a specimen of a listed threatened or protected species;










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