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National Council of Societies for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (NSPCA), also known as the National Council of SPCAs,[2] is the largest and oldest animal welfare organisation in South Africa. The NSPCA handles all matters relating to animal cruelty involving all animal species and is a registered Non-Profit Organisation registered with the Department of Social Development.[3]

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The NSPCA is referred to as “NDBV” in Afrikaans (one of the 11 official languages in South Africa) and is also known as Nasionale Raad van Dierebeskermingsverenigings (NDBV). SPCA is DBV in Afrikaans.[4]

The Mission of the NSPCA is to prevent cruelty and promote the welfare of all animals, whilst their Vision is to end animal cruelty In South Africa and engender compassion for all animals.[5]

The NSPCA was founded in 1955 and was named the federation of Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCAs). The aim was to provide a forum to bring uniformity to welfare legislation and standards in South Africa.[6] The NSPCA later changed its name to the National Council of SPCAs. There are over 90 member SPCAs in South Africa which are governed by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals 169 of 1993[7] which is administered by the NSPCA, thus making the NSPCA a statutory body. The SPCA Act also gives the NSPCA locus standi to act on behalf of animals in South Africa.

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