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Midrand SPCA welcomes inspector Tebogo Maswanganye to society

Midrand SPCA welcomes Inspector Tebogo Maswanganye to society.

As the tireless advocacy for animals continues unabated, the Midrand Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) takes immense pride in introducing the newest member to its dedicated team.

Inspector Tebogo Maswanganye is warmly welcomed by the society, bringing with him a wealth of experience in the realm of animal rescue.

Having devoted seven years to the SPCA cause and serving as a qualified inspector for six years, Maswanganye is no stranger to the noble mission at hand.

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Reflecting on his initial impressions, Maswanganye expressed, “The reception I have received at the society has been truly heartening. It is inspiring to witness a cohesive team diligently striving towards a common goal.”

Inspector aids a dog injured in a vehicle collision.
Inspector aids a dog injured in a vehicle collision.

Embracing his role at the Midrand SSPCA, Maswanganye eagerly anticipates a long and fulfilling tenure within the organisation.

Having joined the team in May, Maswanganye has wasted no time in immersing himself in his duties.

Responding to recent instances of cruelty and emergencies, he recounted encounters such as aiding a dog injured in a vehicular collision and rescuing a cat trapped in a perilous razor wire entanglement.

With a fervent desire to engage the community in animal welfare practices, Maswanganye emphasises the importance of collective responsibility in safeguarding the well-being of animals on a daily basis.

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Seeking to raise awareness and educate individuals, particularly within schools and the broader community, he aims to instil a culture of compassion towards animals while preventing instances of cruelty.

For Maswanganye, the role of an inspector transcends mere duty— it embodies a commitment to championing the voiceless and upholding the highest ethical standards.

Acknowledging the weight of his responsibilities, Maswanganye revealed, “Sleepless nights often follow upon receiving concerns from the public, prompting me to issue notices to negligent owners. As an inspector, I strive to embody a role model in every setting I enter, proudly donning the insignia of my profession.”

Some of inspector Tebogo Maswanganye recents missions included rescuing a cat trapped in a perilous razor wire entanglement.
Some of inspector Tebogo Maswanganye recents missions included rescuing a cat trapped in a perilous razor wire entanglement.

Pam Pretorius, the general manager of the Midrand SPCA, expressed elation at the addition of another inspector to their ranks.

Anticipating growth and success within the Inspectorate Department, Pretorius affirmed the society’s ongoing dedication to advancing animal welfare in Midrand and Midstream.

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