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The Journal of the South African Veterinary Association is a contemporary multi-disciplinary scientific mouthpiece for Veterinary Science in South Africa and abroad. It provides veterinarians in South Africa and elsewhere in the world with current scientific information across the full spectrum of veterinary science. Its content therefore includes reviews on various topics, clinical and non-clinical articles, research articles and short communications as well as case reports and letters.

Editor-in-Chief: Colin M. Cameron, South African Veterinary Association, South Africa.

Financial support and affiliation: South African Veterinary Association (South Africa).


Special Issues

SAVA Biennial Congress:

Champaign Sports Resort: Drakensberg (

28-31 July 2015)


No call for papers released for a special themed issue.

Latest articles

Review Article
Medical management of myxomatous mitral valve disease: An evidence-based veterinary medicine approach
Richard K. Burchell, Johan Schoeman
Vol 85, No 1 (2014), 7 pages
Published: 2014-10-22

Original Research
Seroprevalence of Rift Valley fever and lumpy skin disease in African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) in the Kruger National Park and Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park, South Africa
Shamsudeen Fagbo, Jacobus A.W. Coetzer, Estelle H. Venter
Vol 85, No 1 (2014), 7 pages
Published: 2014-10-16

Research Communication
Evaluation of cross-protection of bluetongue virus serotype 4 with other serotypes in sheep
Gcwalisile B. Zulu, Estelle H. Venter
Vol 85, No 1 (2014), 2 pages
Published: 2014-10-16


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