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South African National Veterinary Repository: Recent submissions

  • Bath, Gareth F.; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-09)
    Biography of the veterinarian, Stuart Hargreaves. The biography includes information about his education and career, scientific contributions and writings, homages and distinctions. Dr Hargreaves was a veterinarian with ...
  • Catton, Glynn; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-08)
    Eulogy of the veterinarian and lecturer, Professor Courtney Martin (‘Tubby’) Veary. He was a major contributor to meat hygiene and veterinary public health in South Africa and a leader in veterinary science. The eulogy ...
  • Pettey, Kenneth P.; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-08)
    Eulogy of the veterinarian, Spencer Friedman. The eulogy includes information about his education and career, scientific contributions and writings, homages and distinctions.
  • De Cramer, Kurt; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-08)
    Eulogy of the veterinary nurse, Sr Theresa Lotter (05 Feb 1970 – 07 June 2021). The eulogy includes information about her career and contributions to the veterinary profession.
  • Bath, Gareth F.; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-09)
    In 2019 the Class of 1969 celebrated their 50th graduation anniversary, and everyone was asked to submit a CV for the records. Dawie Kruger sent such a frank and funny one that it will serve as a tribute and memorial ...
  • Coetzer, Jacobus A.W.; Penrith, Mary-Lou; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-06)
    Eulogy of Dr Gavin Thompson. Gavin Reckless Thomson was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on 3rd February 1943 and grew up in Zimbabwe (former Rhodesia). He matriculated from Milton High School in Bulawayo and qualified ...
  • Rippon, Brian; Fisher, Alan; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-06)
    Dr Peter Harte graduated in 1963 and started his practice in Queenstown in 1964, the first private practice in an area that stretched over 200km in all directions. He served as chairman of the local SPCA and president of ...
  • Bath, Gareth F.; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-05)
    The presentation focus on the following topics regarding the development of livestock animal welfare in South Africa: lessons for the present, planning for the future, understanding of developments, records of the past and ...
  • Kgasi, Alfred T.; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-05)
    Between 13,000 and 2,500 BC humans domesticated dogs, cats, cattle, goats, horses, and sheep from their wild counterparts; and this developed a human animal bond. The human animal bond is a mutually beneficial and ...
  • South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-06)
    Prof C.M. Veary was a longstanding staff member of the Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Pretoria from 1985 to 2004 when he retired and played a significant role in developing the field of Veterinary Public ...
  • Henton, Maryke M.; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-06)
    Archibald George Norval was born in Florida, Gauteng and completed his schooling in 1962 at Helpmekaar High School in Johannesburg. After school, he served for a year in the Naval Gymnasium at Gordon’s Bay in 1963 before ...
  • Bath, Gareth F.; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-04)
    Dr Alan Fisher's contributions to the veterinary aspects of the livestock industry have been recognised by veterinarians in frequent invitations to address meetings and congresses or workshops; by requests to assist and ...
  • South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-04)
    The OIE Council has awarded the 2020 Gold Medal to Dr Gideon Brückner. This award is granted annually by the OIE to personalities as a way to recognise, internationally, their outstanding technical, scientific and ...
  • Bowker, Buzz; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-04)
    The Ricky Wilson Award is a RuVASA award to a practicing rural veterinarian who has consistently, for more than 20 years, provided an excellent service to his/her clients and served as a model and inspiration for fellow ...
  • Jones-Davies, Bob; Pullinger, Pat; Pullinger, Ginny; South African Veterinary Association. Veterinary History Society (2021-02)
    Bill Jones-Davies (26 Feb 1930 – 7 Feb 2021) was born in Cwmllynfell, Carmarthenshire and attended Amman Valley Grammar school. He did his national service (RAF) 1948-50 and attended Bristol University from 1950 – he was ...
  • De Kock, G.; Quinlan, J.B.; Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1926)
    1. A certain percentage of South African sheep kept locally become “carriers” of anaplasma. The course of the disease is evidently of such a mild nature that it has never been identified naturally. 2. When sheep introduced ...
  • Henrici, M.; Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1926)
    From the locus of writing this article and the companion paper on “Wilting,” it is impossible to consult the extensive literature on transpiration available in European libraries, and for many points of reference Burgerstein's ...
  • Quinlan, J.B.; Steck, W.; Robinson, E.M.; Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1926)
    The primary lesions are infected wounds in various parts of the body, most frequently in the extremities, from which, owing to the invasion with virulent necrosis bacilli, necrosis and gangrene and collateral phlegmons ...
  • Bedford, G.A.H.; Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1926)
  • Henning, M.W.; Theiler, Arnold, Sir, 1867-1936; Union of South Africa. Department of Agriculture (Pretoria : Government Printer and Stationery Office, 1926)
    On reviewing the results of these experiments, there can be little doubt that the plant Cotyledon wallichii Harv. (kandelaar bos or bandjes bos) is at least one of the causes of the disease known as krimpsiekte in the ...