Cape Town Unites for Animals March

10/03/2018 11:00 - 15:00 Africa/Johannesburg

Cape Town Unites for Animals – sky, land and sea – welcomes everyone to join this march.

More than 50 animal welfare organisations, groups and businesses will take to the streets of Cape Town on Saturday, March 10 to unite for animals, including all species.

Details of the Cape Town Unites For Animals March:

DATE: Saturday, March 10, 2018
GATHER: From 10h00 at Kaizergracht parking lot (diagonally opposite The Castle)
MARCH ADDRESS: 10h50
Philip Pitout, from the Campaign Against Canned Hunting (CACH)
MARCH BEGINS: 11h00
ROUTE: We march down Darling Street to Adderley, up Adderley and turn left at the Iziko Museum into Spin, and up Plein to the gates of Parliament.


OFFICIAL ADDRESS:
MC’s Amy Leigh Indigo and Jenny Chadwick of Talking Tree.
Chris Mercer founder of Campaign Against Canned hunting (CACH).
Kenesias Dambakurima, Director of Voices For African Wildlife.
Toni Brockhoven, National Director of Beauty Without Cruelty.
Beulah Thumbadoo animal rights activist, catalyst, connector and coach.
Tozie Zokufa, Consultant at the Humane Society International. Chair: Pan African Animal Welfare Alliance.
A memorandum will be presented to:
Jan Adriaan Esterhuizen; Member: National Assembly (Parliament). Committee(s): Energy, Trade and Industry, Mineral Resources (Alternate Member), Arts and Culture (Alternate Member).
Adv. Anthony Mitchell, Chief of Staff in the IFP’s Parliamentary Caucus.

We march back to the Kaizergracht parking lot.
DISTANCE: Approx. 2.4 km total.

PLEASE BRING BANNERS, BOTH ORGANISATIONAL AND PERSONAL, SLOGANS, MEGAPHONES, T-SHIRTS, DRESS UP!

DOGS are welcome but please remember water and check the weather as sensitive paws burn on hot tarmac.
CHILDREN are welcome.

BWC confirms they@ will be supplying a trailer to ride, for those who wish to join and are unable to walk the distance for various reasons. Please BOOK your spot by emailing Toni V Brockhoven at toni@bwcsa.co.za.

NOTE: Several months ago BWC initiated a move with the IFP to introduce a bill requiring the acknowledgement in law (and by Govt) of animal sentience, especially as there is now precedent, by the recognition of such by the Con-court in Dec 2016. This will happen during the course of 2018.

This march is being organised by:
Beauty Without Cruelty (South Africa)
VOICES FOR AFRICAN WILDLIFE CAMPAIGN (For Elephants and Rhinos)
Talking Tree ?

MORE INFO?:
jenny.chadwick7@gmail.com – 084 734 2202
toni@bwcsa.co.za