Welcome

The Council of Veterinary Surgeons is the Statutory Body established under the Veterinary Surgeons Act, Chapter 27:15. The role of Council the proper regulation of the practice of veterinary surgery and medicine and the improvement of veterinary services in Zimbabwe.

Important Information

It is a criminal offence to engage in veterinary work in Zimbabwe without being registered with the Council of Veterinary Surgeons of Zimbabwe.

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Announcements

Council 2017 – 2019

New councillors elected. Chairman:                   Professor Davies M. Pfukenyi Vice-Chairman:           Dr. Brian F. Chikodze Councillors:                 Dr. Rachel J.E. Stewart Dr. Hastings R.T. Sadziwa Dr. Unesu H. Ushewokunze-Obatolu (Ministry Representative)...

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Death Notices

Council is saddened to inform the profession and public of the passing on of the following colleagues: Dr Alex Wilson at the age of 95 in England on the 09th April 2017.

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Latest News

Council 2017 – 2019

New councillors elected. Chairman:                   Professor Davies M. Pfukenyi Vice-Chairman:           Dr. Brian F. Chikodze Councillors:                 Dr. Rachel J.E. Stewart Dr. Hastings R.T. Sadziwa Dr. Unesu H. Ushewokunze-Obatolu (Ministry Representative)...

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Our Membership

Our Membership in Teaching & Research
Our Membership in Teaching & Research
Our Membership in Teaching & Research
Our Membership in Government
Our Membership in Government
Our Membership in Government
Our Membership in Government
Our Membership in Private Sector.
Our Membership in Private Sector.
Membership in Industry
Membership in Industry
Membership in Industry

Code of Professional Conduct

Membership of a profession places certain responsibilities and obligations upon the individuals belonging to that profession. The privilege of self-regulation is granted to the Veterinary Profession in Zimbabwe on the understanding that it will discharge these responsibilities to society, and that this obligation extends to individual members and to the profession as a whole.

 

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