When will you be allowed to eat lion?

The lion’s roar can be heard in the distance.

The roar is not the only thing that is heard in this remote section of South Africa.

A man and a dog have just been caught eating lion meat.

They have been accused of killing the majestic animal and defiling its carcasses.

The man, who has been named by South African media as Mr. Nkurukwa, and the dog have been charged with the slaughter of the lion.

The accused, however, say that they were not involved in the killing.

They were only hunting for meat, the man says.

The charges against the accused have been referred to the Pretoria High Court, and they face a jail term of up to 20 years.

“This is a very serious matter.

I’m really disappointed, but I have to take this case to court,” Mr. Mladelew told South Africa’s The Daily Nation newspaper.

He says he is not guilty of killing a lion, but rather of defiling the animal’s body.

He has said that he was not aware of the lions’ carcasses being defiled before he and his wife took the action.

The alleged crime has drawn the attention of animal protection groups who have demanded that the accused be prosecuted.

The SA Game Authority has said it has been notified about the charges and is looking into the matter.

The authority has also said that it will look into the allegations.

“We are aware of a number of complaints against the man and the dogs,” said the authority’s Director-General of Wildlife and Parks, Kieren Keesenberg.

“It is a matter for the High Court.”

South Africa recently made history by becoming the first country in the world to ban hunting of lions, and in 2012 it was the first to make such a law.

That law, however has been challenged and the law was struck down by the Constitutional Court in 2015.

In South Africa, a ban on hunting of the animals was passed after the country’s first legal hunt of a lion was held in 2009, the Daily Nation reported.

The lion population in South Africa has declined from more than 500,000 to less than 10,000.

How to Get a MassHealth Application

A federal health care law that was designed to prevent fraud and corruption has created an “unprecedented” backlog of applications for mass health benefits, a federal appeals court ruled on Monday.

In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in Washington found that the mass health benefit system, which is supposed to be a system for receiving benefits for a population of 2 million, is overburdened by the massive number of applications that are being submitted every month.

“This is unprecedented in the history of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA),” Judge Amy Berman Jackson wrote.

“This is especially troubling because, as we have seen time and again in past mass health programs, mass benefit applicants frequently are the least qualified applicants for mass benefit.”

The program was meant to be open to all citizens, including those who are temporarily disabled, elderly or in nursing homes, as well as individuals who have had serious medical issues, such as cancer, HIV/AIDS or AIDS-related illness, or those with disabilities.

However, the government has been unable to reach out to millions of those eligible for the program.

The appeals court in Washington, D.L., said the backlog created by the law is so large that many applicants have no choice but to wait for weeks or months for their applications to be processed.

“In a time of crisis, the public has a right to expect that all applications will be processed in an orderly fashion,” Judge Jackson wrote in her ruling.

She also said that the law “requires applicants to demonstrate an ability to work within the system, a requirement that is clearly not met for some applicants.”

Jackson said the appeals court should have ordered the government to “review and reconsider the application, if necessary,” but the agency failed to do so.

“The public is entitled to know the status of the mass benefit program, and the government is obligated to conduct the required review,” she wrote.

The court noted that the appeals system “is not limited to mass benefit applications.”

In one case, a Texas woman filed an application for a mass benefit in January 2015.

Her application was denied because she was “too far behind in the waiting list” and the state had “not yet decided to proceed.”

In another, a Virginia woman had her application rejected in November 2015 because she had “failed to demonstrate that he was qualified to work in the public health field,” the appeals panel wrote.

“We need a new law to provide the public with the assurance that mass benefit programs will be open and fair,” Rep. Scott Taylor, a Republican from Tennessee who has pushed for legislation that would make it easier to receive mass benefits, said in a statement.