Wildlife Ranching South Africa, is a non profit organisation that was established in 2005, for South Africa to have a national body to represent the Wildlife rancher and South African wildlife. WRSA currently represents 1500 members of the registered 9000 game ranchers in South Africa.
The main aim is to liaise closely with the game ranchers, non governmental and governmental authorities to ensure a healthy working relationship, assisting governmental authorities with setting up policies, regulations and norms and standards applicable to the wildlife industry.
Professional Hunters Association of South Africa, is an organisation that supports the conservation and ecological developement and use of natural resources, for the benefit of current and future generations through the promotion of ethical hunting.
PHASA aims to promote and safeguard the hunting profession in South Africa, and to participate
and promote the conservation of Africa's natural resources. They assist in facilitating hunting as a conservation tool.
PHASA sets a code of conduct of which all registered members of the hunting profession need to adhere to. This sets a standard that outfitters and professional hunters need to maintain.
Safari Club International, is an international organisation that supports hunters advocacy and wildlife conservation.
They play a major role in protecting the freedom to hunt. They have spent billions on education for federal and state legislators to ensure hunting is protected for future generations. They provide an organisation where avid hunter worldwide, can communicate with each other, educate each other and where hunters voices are heard.