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BABOONS AND MEDICAL RESEARCH
commitment to upholding high standards of ethics in research, the University
of Cape Town decided earlier this year that it will no longer use
wild-caught baboons for medical research. Although the university has not
been involved in either the trapping or housing of baboons, UCT made the
commitment to purchase baboons that were intended for research purposes and
to send them to the Centre for Animal Rehabilitation and Education (CARE),
to whom financial assistance has been given for the building of a sanctuary
to house the baboons.
All baboons are being tested for TB and other infectious diseases
before they can be considered for relocation to the sanctuary.
has agreed to cover the feeding costs of the baboons over the next 5 years,
which translates into many thousands of Rands monthly. To this end, BWC
needs your financial support to accomplish this. Please send your donation
today to Beauty without Cruelty | Standard Bank - Branch: 025109 - Savings
Acc: 077 491 645. Please include a 'B' in your reference line to ensure your
donation goes directly to the care of these fragile animals.
Without Cruelty is delighted with the decision made by UCT to release the
Chacmas to the care of a sanctuary, and for their commitment to no longer
make use of baboons for medical research. We commend all involved for their
efforts in the success of this scientifically sound and humane decision.
SAD DAYS FOR AFRICA'S RHINO
No wild black rhinos remain in West
Africa. The Red List, drawn up by the International Union for Conservation
of Nature (IUCN), confirms the subspecies extinct. A subspecies of white
rhino in central Africa is also listed as possibly extinct. The annual
update of the Red List now records more threatened species than ever before.
The IUCN reports that despite conservation efforts, 25% of the world's
mammals are at risk of extinction.
ZSL's Dr Monika Boehm said: "This Red List update very much shows us
a mixed picture of what's happening to the world's species. There's some
good news and some bad news. "Unfortunately, the overall trend is still a
decline in biodiversity. We still haven't achieved our conservation
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Anne is the elderly, arthritic elephant who has finally
been released from servitude from 'Bobby Roberts Super Circus' in the UK
earlier this year, after shocking and brutal footage was released of Anne
being beaten. The Crown Prosecution Service has agreed to take on the
prosecution of Bobby and Moira Roberts, in relation to the alleged
mistreatment of Anne. Although Anne has now been rescued however despite
overwhelming support from both the public and MPs, the British government
have failed to implement a ban on wild animals in circuses! Instead, they
intend wasting valuable resources developing a licensing system that no one
wants, rather than finding solutions that will implement a ban. It is
depressing news indeed and disturbing to note that it is not just our
government that willfully ignores animal suffering.
Beauty Without Cruelty is
planning an intensive education campaign around animal circuses in 2012,
with your assistance. Please do not support animal based entertainment; it
is of no benefit to children, on the contrary, and encourages and
perpetuates the idea that animals are here solely for our use and pleasure,
at our whim. We do not suggest that local animal circuses actively abuse
their animals ; wild animals belong in the wild and a circus environment can
never replicate natural living. Visit our website <http://bwcsa.us2.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=7df17199fc197576cbac0470c&id=25b9388e2f&e=93ea9f5713>
www.bwcsa.co.za for more information on animals in entertainment
EVEN MORE BENEFITS OF NUTRITIONAL YEAST
For fleas, add about a teaspoon
of nutritional yeast daily to food for cats and small dogs, and a tablespoon
for a large dog, to their food. (Note: Some animals are yeast intolerant and
will react with a skin allergy. Discontinue use if this occurs.) For dogs
ONLY, combine the yeast with garlic in your dog's food, and consider
doubling the dosage during peak flea season. Never give the onion family
incl garlic, to cats!
Nutritional Yeast is very rich in B vitamins,
including B12, which is what gives it that yellow colour.
humans, one serving of nutritional yeast, (about �-1 Tbsp) provides the full
amount of B12 needed for an adult in day. It is a great source of 18 amino
acids, protein, folic acid, biotin and other vitamins. It is also rich in 15
minerals including iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, and chromium, and
It is grown on beet sugar and molasses, fermented and dried so
it is gluten free and non-yeast forming in the body. NOTE this is not the
same as Brewer's yeast!
Contact 021 701 5290 Health Connection for your
closest supplier e-mail
The winner of the beautiful
painting featured in our recent raffle is Rosemary Yates, who took multiple
entries. Hearty congratulations to you, and thank you for the support! Our
immense gratitude to Rosalind for the kind and generous donation!
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
BWC was in communication with two students
earlier in the year, about doing an advert to be entered for TAG awards
(seen as VUKA adverts on Mnet) Both students produced outstanding 30 second
commercials, one of which will be screened on Mnet during the course of
Our heartfelt thanks and immense gratitude to Nthabiseng
Mosieane and Anica Swarts and friends for their sterling efforts! The clips
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU0TNETgAlc by Nthabi and the PSA by
Anica is <http://bwcsa.us2.list-manage1.com/track/click?u=7df17199fc197576cbac0470c&id=538e9aa424&e=93ea9f5713>
Beauty Without Cruelty spent three days at the first CT Green Expo
held at the CTICC recently, where information on the effects of a carnist
diet on the planet was disseminated, humane personal and household product
guides were dispensed and the public had the opportunity to purchase
Christmas cards, tees and Living Without Cruelty cookbooks. The overall
response was very positive and encouraging and there were many who seemed
genuine about making favourable changes, after talking with BWC about the
impact we have on the planet with every meal choice.
If one is serious about preserving our planet's resources then one cannot be
anything other than vegan. The dairy and egg industries use fodder, space
and water as does the meat industry, and when the cows and chickens are no
longer financially viable they are sent for slaughter. Over 179 million
chickens die annually in South Africa and this means the water that drains
away from chicken abattoirs is 10.6 billion litres annually - or 29 million
daily. This figure does not include the water required to rear the chickens
or to grow the crops to feed them. It is simply the 'processing' of the
The use of gin traps, as well as poisons, 'denning' and
hunting dogs are common and legal on farms, and decimate our biodiversity as
tens of thousands of animals die cruel, painful and terrifying deaths, most
of whom are unintended victims!
What happens to the millions of
animal bodies used in toxicity and other testing annually? Burial or
cremation both result in pollution�.
See the BWC Green clip <http://bwcsa.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=7df17199fc197576cbac0470c&id=dfef2f88a3&e=93ea9f5713>
Don't forget you can order cards on line and
starting at R6 a pack of 5 cards, the best value around, even with postage!
We are completely reliant on the support of the
public to continue our humane education and work regarding animal
exploitation in all its guises. Please consider a donation on someone's
behalf this holiday season, in lieu of a gift.
If we received just
R50 monthly from ALL our supporters, we would never need to ask for funding
and we could accomplish so much more! Sending in an annual donation of R600
(12xR50) permits us to supply a Tax Exemption receipt for you upon request,
for tax purposes. Perhaps you'd care to consider a monthly stop order in
favour of BWC. BANKING DETAILS Beauty without Cruelty | Standard Bank -
Branch: 025109 - Savings Acc: 077 491 645.
Please note that we send
thank yous only in exceptional circumstances; the money spent sending thank
yous is better spent on educational materials, however we are most grateful
for any and all donations and memberships taken and renewed!
� cup soy or oat milk
1 cup vegetable oil
tsp lemon juice
Add mill to blender, cover, switch on, pour oil into
milk. When mixture starts to stiffen add lemon juice.
1 onion, chopped finely
1 red or green pepper, chopped finely
1 carrot, grated
1 tin butter beans
1 tsp Ground
1 tsp Ground coriander
1 tsp Chilli powder
1 Tbs Soya Flour
Fry onion, carrot and pepper for 5 minutes. Place them in a bowl and add the
breadcrumbs, 1 tsp. each of cumin, coriander and chilli. Add a little salt
and pepper and soya flour. Mash the butter beans and add them. Mix well.
Form the mixture into 4 thick burgers and coat them with flour. Fry the
burgers for about 20 minutes. Serve with your fave burger accompaniments.
125gr white plain flour
50gr caster sugar
flour / semolina
100gr Cardin or non-dairy butter
Line a baking tin
with greased paper. Sieve the flour. Add the rice flour and sugar. Knead in
the Cardin or butter. When the mixture binds, pack it into the tin. Prick
the top with a fork and crimp the edges with your thumb. Bake at the bottom
of the oven at 170 �C until firm and lightly browned (About 1 hour.) Move
onto a wire cooling tray and dredge the top with extra caster sugar.
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