ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The Journal of the South African Veterinary Association (JSAVA), is a contemporary multi-disciplinary scientific mouthpiece for Veterinary Science in South African and abroad. It provides veterinarians in South Africa and elsewhere in the world with current scientific information across the full spectrum of veterinary science, diseases or other conditions that are endemic in, or particularly relevant to sub-Saharan Africa. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Case Report

 
Bovine rumen impaction caused by ingestion of Gonometa postica cocoons in eastern-central Namibia  
Alaster Samkange, Magrecia Hausiku, Erick Kandiwa, Pricilla Mbiri, Erdwin N. Muradzikwa, Borden Mushonga
28 October 2019

Original Research

 
Scrotal tick damage as a cause of infertility in communal bulls in Moretele, South Africa  
Cheryl M.E. McCrindle, Masethe J. Maime, Ester A. Botha, Edward C. Webb, Mario P. Smuts
23 October 2019

Original Research

 
Comparison of progesterone assay by chemiluminescence or radioimmunoassay for clinical decision-making in canine reproduction  
Johan O. Nöthling, Kurt G.M. De Cramer
22 October 2019

Original Research

 
Implication of the knowledge and perceptions of veterinary students of antimicrobial resistance for future prescription of antimicrobials in animal health, South Africa  
Peter W. Smith, Michael Agbaje, Lerica LeRoux-Pullen, Deborah van Dyk, Legesse K. Debusho, Aminu Shittu, Mohamed M. Sirdar, Olubunmi G. Fasanmi, Oluwawemimo Adebowale, Folorunso O. Fasina
17 October 2019

Case Report

 
Rumen impaction in cattle associated with ingestion of the pupal cocoons of Gonometa spp. in Botswana  
Nlingisisi D. Babayani, John F. Nyange
10 October 2019
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