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Reyno Ridge cattle round two

Emalahleni Law Enforcement, Seekoeiwater chair and responders successfully relocated the problematic cattle from the Reyno Ridge and Ben Fleur areas for the second time

Emalahleni Law Enforcement, Seekoeiwater chair and responders successfully relocated the problematic cattle from the Reyno Ridge and Ben Fleur areas for the second time.

“Numerous complaints of the cattle walking on the freeways, eating from refuse bags and obstructing roads have flooded in for months,” said Maureen Scheepers SACCW Operations Coordinator.

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On Saturday, July 1, members from the SACCW, Law Enforcement and the Seekoeiwater chair came together to relocate the cattle.


The cattle being relocated.

The cattle were safely relocated to the eMalahleni Nature Reserve where the first 53 cattle that have been relocated a month ago now reside.

The SACCW team wants to thank Emalahleni Law Enforcement and Piet Wassenaar for the help.

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