THIS GALLERY represents just a small portion of the actions taken by BWC, which often garner media interest and thus bring issues to the public eye. Please see our newsletters page for monthly information.
Our letter in the CT July 2016 regarding the planned return of dolphins to Bayworld in PE.
Jan 2015 Northern News
NEWSPAPER article on BWC at the Stellenberg Vleisfees in Durbanville, CT, Sep 2014
Outside Parliament, June 2014 - It has been confirmed that dog-racing will not be legalised in South Africa
Seals of Nam protest and leafleting, July 2014
African Vegan Outreach and Reggie McVeggie, of BWC, at a children's market Sep 2014, where chicken friendly nuggets were distributed along with BWC children's leaflets and AVO information handed out.
One of several East London protests against live export (see http://bwcsa.co.za/issues/live-export)
Hosting a Q&A session, after a viewing the Ghosts in our Machine in Cape Town 2014
Funeral March for Seals 2012
World Week for animals in Laboratories 2013
World Week for Animals in Labs 2014
World Week for Animals in Labs 2014 at UCT
Against the Taji Dolphin slaughter 2014
Creating awareness of the plight of our baboons, Cape Argus cycle tour 2014
Against the circus Alberton 2014
Pet shop protest 2014
Valentine Day Spread the Love outreach, handing out lollies and leaflets 2014
Circus protest 2011
Educational outreach with Kwafuku school
Educational outreach at Kwafuku school, teaching about fur. 2014
Leafleting on World Egg Day, with info on the horrors endured by battery hens 2013
At a Beauty Fair, 2014
3 day outreach at a CT mall
At a 'Baconfest' 2014, Cape Town, where coconut 'bacon' samples were distributed
At a march for our lions, 2014
A rally against killing Great White Sharks in Australia, who migrate from those waters to ours, 2014
Circus protest 2014 Tableview
Protest 2014, Parow
Huntex Paarl 2014
School educational outreach 2014
Gin trap demo 2012
SOUTH AFRICA'S FIRST ANIMAL RIGHTS PROTEST, 2009, Durbanville, against Mclaren Circus. A crowd of about 40 people said no to animals in the circus, during a real Cape winter's day!
BWC and AVO OUTREACH 2012
No Foie Gras (an affiliate of BWC) handing over a memorandum to the CT French Consul-General in CT, on the first world day of action against Foie Gras sEP 2013
Outside Parliament, CT 2014, for the pigs allowed to starve to death or cannabalise each other on a politician's farm.
HUNTEX 2013 - the local Hunting expo held in Paarl
BWC attended a 'Veisfees' in Durbanville Sep 2013 - video footage here
One of BWC'S ongoing Ban Animal Trading protests can be seen here
Eco -expo in Durbanville June 2013
Eco expo outreach, Durbaville CT 2014
Veg Pride Seapoint, CT 2013
Seal Funeral March CT 2012 - SEE VIDEO CLIP
Rhino Demo CT
Outreach with BWC and AVO CT 2012
Seal demo Jhb 2012
Seal protest Durban 2012
Pet Shop Demo 2013
Flashmob demo Jhb 2011
World Week for Lab animals CT 2012
Veg Pride Parade 2012
Circus Demo CT 2013
Leafleting and demo CT - Cosmetic Testing, CT 2012
Gin Traps demo CT 2012
Seal slaughter demo 2012
Seal slaughter demo CT 2012
Baboon killings CT 2011
Outreach CT 2012
World Week Animals in Labs 2013
World Week Animals in Labs CT 2013
Veg Pride Jhb 1012
World Week animals in labs, several libraries around SA 2011
Animal issues event Jhb 2012
Market stall outreach CT 2011
Shopping Mall stand 2013 CT
Humane Education CT 2011
Mall Fashion Week stand CT 2012
Market stand CT 2011
Humane education CT 2012
Humane education 2013
Humane education 2013
Seal / Fur demo CT 2012
Circus demo CT 2013
AFRICA'S FIRST VEG PRIDE PARADE OCTOBER 30TH 2010, CAPE TOWN
Some 60 people turned out, some in wonderful costumes, on a perfect CT day, some with children in tow, to be part of Africaâs first Veg Pride parade in Cape Town. The parade ended at the BWC Awareness market which was held in conjunction with the Wellness Organic and natural market in Kloof Street.
You can watch a short videoÂ Â here!
WORLD DAY FOR FARM ANIMALS 2 OCTOBER 2010
In honour of World Farm Animals Day 2nd October, a few dedicated Capetonians spent a couple of hours handing out educational leaflets on the inherent cruelties of modern farming practices and the benefits of meat free Mondays, which helps reduce pollution, water and resource waste, benefits human health and reduces the numbers of animals slaughtered.
ROAR ANIMAL RIGHTS WEEK (Rhodes Organisation for Animal Rights)
Beauty Without Cruelty presented to faculty and students on vivisection and dissection at Rhodes University 7th October 2010. during their very successful awareness week.
Our 2010 (and first) CT Veg Pride parade was on international channel Supreme Master TV - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2lEpIOhiMw
VEGAN SOCIETY ANIMAL RIGHTS CONFERENCE JOHANNESBURG
Anne van Vliet presented at the full day event held 9th October 2010 in Johannesburg.Â
AWARENESS STAND AT SHOPPING MALL 8-10 OCTOBER 2011
BWC had an stand for three days at Canal Walk, where there was opportunity to hand out literature and discuss animal exploitation issues with the public
VEGAN WEEK 25-31 OCTOBER
This years national outlets Steers and Global Wrapps also participated.
HOGSBACK ANIMAL SYMPOSIUM MAY 2010
Beauty Without Cruelty had the opportunity to present on the History of Animals Rights at a symposium that included philosophers, legal minds and others involved with Animal Rights, at the stunning Fort Hare Conference Centre in the Hogsback, in August 2010 on a bracing 3 degree mornng.
MUSLIM WOMEN'S GROUP HIGH TEA, 24 APRIL 2010
On Saturday 24th April, BWC was invited to give an Animal Rights / Women's Rights presentation to some 300 women in Athlone, Cape Town. The event was a fundraising High Tea. The presentation subject was Vivisection and Women's Health (or Women's Right to Health)
In Cape Town our Education Officer has gone to several schools to do presentations that are age appropriate, by invitation. The feedback has been extremely positive and a number of initiatives started at some schools as a result of the talks. Denis Fajans in Johannesburg has also been busy with school presentations.
HERITAGE DAY2010 A vegan braai celebrating life was held Thursday 23rd September aftre work, just before a long weekend. As with last year, the food was truly fabulous and our grateful thanks to Anel Clarke of Daisymeisie Catering and Deerpark Cafe for their support!
In March 2011 there was an official launch of the boycott against Nambia for their seal killing. On this day, celebrated worldwide as Anti-Sealing Day, Beauty Without Cruelty, Sea Shepherd SA, Fur Free and their international partners launched a boycott campaign against Namibia, which will continue until the annual seal massacre is permanently ended.
BWC supporters gathered to protest seal slaughter, during the annual cycle tour in Cape Town which sees 35 000 cyclists on the road. Seen here are a few ardent and regular supporters who got up early on a Sunday morning to voice theor displeasure at the slaughter of innocents while wearing their BWC teeshirts and raising awareness for the massacre of suckling baby seals for fur, in Namibia, and the 6 000 bulls who are shot for Asian muti made from their penises.
A girl's school presentation 2012