South Africa: Animal Rights Africa in a bid to stop traditional bull killing


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South Africa: Animal Rights Africa in a bid to stop traditional bull killing

South African animal rights activists have agreed to meet Zulu groups in a bid to stop a bull-killing ritual, writes the South African Star. Cultural commissioner Pat Mkhize announced the meeting after a court case brought by Animal Rights Africa (ARA) was postponed. They are suing Zulu King, Goodwill Zwelithini, arguing that the ceremony, known as Ukweshwama is cruel. A royal spokesman said the killing was a highly symbolic way of thanking God.

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