Anti-hunting activists are up in arms about a quota of 50 elephants and eleven leopards that the South Africa’s Minister of the Environment, Forestry and Fisheries, Barbara Creecy, has approved for trophy hunting. Newsflash reports that the pro-animal groups say there is no place anymore in conservation for trophy hunting but a spokesperson for the Professional Hunters Organisation of South Africa, Dries van Coller, says in this polarised debate, he thinks the minister has been pragmatic in granting the permits.