SêNet-briewe | Letters

 
Ope brief aan Thembile Sanabe oor perdevleis in Suid-Afrika
(iafrica.com – 20 Feb 13)

“The department's Thembile Sanabe said it was normal in some cultures to consume horsemeat in South Africa.
"There are also some countries where eating horsemeat is part of their culture."
However, he said there were special processes involved when slaughtering this type of meat.
"The regulation of horse slaughtering is done by our department under the Meat Safety Act and we have a special license for it."

Dit is nou Thembile Sanabe van die Departement van Visserye en Landbou in Suid-Afrika.

1. Watter lande praat hy van en hoekom noem hy dit in Suid-Afrika se konteks?
2. Noem die kulture in Suid-Afrika van wie hy praat?
2. Wat is die spesifieke prosedures in die slagtingsproses waarvan hy praat?
3. Wie is die “we” van wie hy praat wat ’n spesiale lisensie het? Is dit hyself? Indien wel, mag hy dit bedryf terwyl hy vir die Departement werk en mag ons weet wie vir hom hierdie lisensie gegee het?
5. Indien nie, mag die Departement ’n private slagtery bedryf, of hoe werk dit?

Ek wag angstig op Thembile se antwoord.

Maya

Comments 0 Reaksies | 0 Comments
   om te reageer | to comment
    Slegs indien jy inteken sal:
  • jou kommentaar aan jou LitNet-profiel gekoppel word
  • kan jy aandui dat jy 'n boodskap wil ontvang indien ander kommentaar by hierdie artikel verskyn.
    When you sign in:
  • your commentary will be linked to your LitNet profile
  • you have the option of receiving notifications of new commentary on this article.

Reageer | Post a comment
Kommentaar is onderhewig aan moderering | Comments to be moderated
Naam | Name  
E-posadres | Email address