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CASE AGAINST THANDIMODISE – LACK OF PROGRESS
23 Sept 2015
  Potchefstroom – More than 14 months after charges relating to the Animal Protection Act were laid against a high-ranking member of National Government, the docket has not yet been handed to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
Inspectors from the NSPCA accompanied by personnel from the SPCAs Parys and Potchefstroom went to Modderfontein, ThandiModise,Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, ‘sfarm, on Saturday, 05 July 2014, after it had received information about the condition of the animals. A warrant was obtained to ensure entry onto the property where dead and dying animals were found. An electrician was called to the property to repair the pump for water to be provided for the surviving animals.
Over a period of days, several animals who were deemed to be beyond help, were humanely euthanased. Sheep, goats, chickens, pigs and geese were removed from the farm.
The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NSPCA) released a media statement on Wednesday, 16 September 2015, saying it lodged the criminal case in July 2014. They regularly and frequently followed up on the case with the police, having been advised at one stage that the docket had been submitted to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). The DPP denied this. The NSPCA was then told that the docket had been escalated to General Tsumane who was investigating the case. Tsumane told the NSPCA in August 2015 that two witness statements are still awaited and that the docket would be handed over to the DPP at the end of August 2015. On 09 September 2015, Tsumanesai that the statements still had not been obtained and the docket has still not been handed over to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
“The NSPCA is astounded that this matter has taken so long to reach the Courts, despite it being investigated by a high ranking officer. The public and our supporters are assured that the NSPCA will pursue this issue relentlessly and will do whatever it takes, in the interest of the animals that suffered on the farm of horrors, to bring the accused to book.”