Middle East-bound sheep, cattle set sail after court victory for exporter

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Besides the NSPCA approaching the high court in Makhanda to prevent the transportation of the thousands of sheep and cattle to the Middle East, the organisation also wanted to stop the live animal exports. Picture: iStock/ Heebyj
Besides the NSPCA approaching the high court in Makhanda to prevent the transportation of the thousands of sheep and cattle to the Middle East, the organisation also wanted to stop the live animal exports. Picture: iStock/ Heebyj

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