The nine provinces in South Africa each have their own respective provincial legislation in the form of provincial ordinances or bills. Here you can download the Nature Conservation Ordinances for each province. Some sections may relate to exotic alien species and invasive species.
Provinces listed alphabetically:
Provincial nature conservation in the Eastern Cape Province is administered by the Eastern Cape Department of Economic Development, Conservation and Tourism.
Provincial nature conservation in the Free State Province is administered by the Free State Department of Tourism, Environment and Economic Affairs.
Provincial nature conservation in Gauteng Province is administered by the Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (GDARD).
Provincial nature conservation in KwaZulu-Natal Province is administered by Ezemvelo-KZN Wildlife.
Provincial nature conservation in Limpopo Province is administered by the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (LEDET).
Provincial nature conservation in Mpumalanga Province is administered by the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency.
North West Province
Provincial nature conservation in North West Province is administered by the North West Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Environment.
Provincial nature conservation management in the Northern Cape is undertaken by the Department of Environment and Nature Conservation.
Provincial nature conservation in the Western Cape Province is administrated by Cape Nature.
South African National Parks oversees the management of all the national parks in South Africa. SANParks carries out invasive species control programmes in their respective parks.