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Sally Sivewright

CapeNature permits provided to the City of Cape Town for managing Cape chacma baboons have raised more questions about the legitimacy of the City's secretive R14 million baboon management programme.

It also claims that Cape Nature has "legitimised" the City's baboon operation with permits that are not intended nor capable of being complied with.

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