Feedback about the sessions to follow soon.



Dear Members

The SAVC’s IT upgrade is in progress.  By now you should have received several emails from the SAVC.   If you did not receive the SAVC’s emails then please contact us with your correct email details.

If you did send any emails to us and you did not get a response within 10 days.  Please resend the email as your email may on an off chance not have reached us. In the event of an emergency request kindly contact the administration at Tel: 27 [0] 12 345 6347.

Please assist us by updating all your contact details in an email addressed to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you for your cooperation and patience, SAVC Administration.



Please note that we have a new postal address.
PO Box 60114
Pierre van Ryneveld

Box 40510, Arcadia 0007 will still be open for collection until further notice



Applications for the SAVC Registration Examination have closed. No late applications will be considered.


New legislation (One Government Gazette Notice including the CCS Regulations, Regulations for Suspensions, Inspections and Appeals and the New Rules for the Veterinary Profession)

Determination of costs recoverable for inquiries


Animal Health Technicians

Laboratory Animal Technologists

Veterinary Nurses

Veterinary Technologists

Veterinary Physiotherapists

Please submit detailed input to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by latest 13 May 2016.



  • Please view Latest News at the bottom of this page and Latest Information under the Members' Area, for regular updates. Members please view the latest Newsletters under the Members' Area.

Members of the veterinary and para-veterinary professions are requested to please get involved and note:

  • The concept of " One World, One Health" indicates that the world has awakened to the link between animal diseases and public health.  "It has long been known that  60% of known infectious diseases are common to humans and animals (whether domestic or wild); 75% of recent emerging human diseases came from animals and 80% of the pathogens that could potentially be used in bioterrorism are zoonotic.  It is also known that human populations need a regular diet of protein particularly from milk, eggs or meat, and that a deficiency can also be a public health problem..." 
  • Contributions from the profession: Visit http:/Mixed Selection/
  • Members login:  Please note that you can login to access the members area. You have to be enabled before you can view member documents. 

The "Members update panel" is no longer available, with regret and our apologies, to update contact details and CPD points as the problems with the system wasted the valuable time of our members and the developer was requested to remove the system from the website.




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Links to African Council websites

Veterinary Statutory Bodies in Africa

Veterinary Council of Namibia

Veterinary Council of Zimbabwe (department of livestock and veterinary services)

Kenya Veterinary Board

Veterinary Council of Tanzania

Botswana Veterinary Association

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