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  • South African Veterinary Council - Procedure at Inquiries
    on the following not in order of importance The witness candour and demeanour in the witness stand The bias latent and blatant Internal contradictions External contradictions The probability or improbability of particular aspects of his version The calibre and cogency of his performance compared to that of other witnesses testifying about the same incident or events Their reliability This will depend apart from the bias external contradictions and probabilities mentioned above on the opportunities he had to experience or observe the event in question and the quality integrity and independence of his recall thereof The probabilities This necessitates an analysis and evaluation of the probability and improbability of each party s versions on each of the disputed issues In the light of the assessment of the abovementioned three factors the Inquiry Body should as a final step determine whether the party burdened with the onus of proof has succeeded in discharging it The difficult case is where the credibility findings compel it in one direction and its evaluation of the general probabilities in another The more convincing the former credibility the less convincing the latter probabilities However when all these factors are equipoised the probabilities will prevail To analyse and evaluate probabilities improbabilities the Inquiry Body considers the facts that are common cause not in dispute between the parties and the facts that are proved and tests the respective versions of the parties against these facts If the probabilities favour the one or the other version a finding can be made As the pro forma complainant has a duty to discharge the onus of proof if the probabilities are equal this onus is not discharged and the respondent must be found not guilty When the respondent is at risk of losing his her livelihood the Inquiry Body will require a higher standard of proof 5 Adverse findings If witnesses are available to testify their failure to do so may justify an adverse inference against the party who fails to call such witnesses No adverse finding may be made against a person merely because s he refuses to testify However if a prima facie case has been made out against the person there will be an onus to rebut this case and failure to do so may lead to an adverse finding 6 Procedure to be followed at an inquiry The Respondent is summonsed to appear on a date time and place determined by Council and the summons informs the Respondent of the allegations that form the subject matter of the inquiry The procedure followed at an inquiry is set out in section 32 of the Veterinary and Para Veterinary Professions Act no 19 of 1982 read with rules 37 and 38 promulgated in terms of the Act Rule 37 1 In an inquiry into professional conduct held in terms of Section 31 of the Act the procedure shall be as follows a the respondent or if he she is not present his her legal representative shall be asked by the chairperson of the inquiry body to plead guilty or not guilty to the charge and that plea shall be so recorded b if the respondent or his her legal representative refuses or fails to plea directly to the charge this shall be recorded and a plea of not guilty shall be entered and a plea so entered shall have the same result as if it had in fact been so pleaded c the pro forma complainant shall be given the opportunity of stating his her case and of leading evidence in support thereof d the respondent shall thereafter be given the opportunity of stating his her case and of leading evidence in support thereof e the inquiry body may in its discretion allow further evidence to be led or a witness to be recalled by either the pro forma complainant or the respondent or by both after their cases have been closed f after the parties have closed their cases the inquiry body may in its discretion call further witnesses or recall a witness to be questioned by the members of the inquiry body and thereafter by the pro forma complainant and then by the respondent or his her legal representative g after all evidence has been given the pro forma complainant shall be allowed to address the inquiry body on the evidence and the legal position h thereafter the respondent shall likewise be allowed to address the inquiry body whereafter the pro forma complainant shall be allowed to address the inquiry body in reply i after the evidence of a witness has been given the opposing party shall be entitled to cross examine the witness whereafter the chairperson of the inquiry body may put questions to the witness and allow other members of the inquiry body to put questions to the witness j before re examination further cross examination shall be allowed arising from questions put by the chairperson and other members k the person who led the evidence shall thereafter be entitled to re examine the witness but shall confine his her re examination to matters on which the witness was cross examined or on which the chairperson or other members put questions to the witness l if the respondent and his her legal representative are not present at the inquiry into professional conduct it shall proceed in the respondents absence and a plea of not guilty shall be entered unless the respondent has in writing pleaded guilty to the charge against him her in which event it shall be entered as his her plea m all oral evidence shall be taken on oath or affirmation by the chairperson of the inquiry body n evidence on affidavit shall be admissible Provided that the opposing party may object to such evidence if he she is not given the opportunity of cross examining the witness 2 Upon the conclusion of a case the inquiry body shall deliberate thereon in camera 3 If the respondent is found not guilty of the

    Original URL path: http://savc.org.za/act-rule-regulations-forms/protocols/procedure-at-inquiries (2016-02-17)
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  • South African Veterinary Council - Veterinarians
    Rule 28 Equine Hospitals and Clinics Rule 29 Production Animal Hospitals and Clinics Rule 30 Veterinary Behavioural Consultancy Rule 31 Veterinary Laboratory Facilities Rule 32 Animal Research Facilities Rule 33 Herd Health Practice A Production animals Rule 33 Herd Health Practice B Wild life Rule 34 Consultants in Industry and other Consultancies Rule 35 Non Practicing Facility Retired Veterinarians Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Application New Facility or Moving to New Premises Application Transfer of Facility Facility Inspections Application form Registration Vetshops Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Public Info Careers Bursaries Find A Vet Complaints Affidavit Verklaring Disciplinary Complaint Form Inquiries Procedures Rabies Brochure RabiesSetswana RabiesIsizulu rabiesisiXhosa rabiesAfrikaans RabiesSesotho RabiesTshvenda RabiesXitshonga Links Skip to content Veterinarians The veterinary profession in South Africa is a learned and honourable profession and veterinarians and veterinary specialists are expected to at all times act in such a manner as to maintain and promote the prestige honour dignity and interests of the profession The profession serves the public and the interests of their animals in the light of the latest scientific knowledge No person may practise a veterinary profession unless the person is registered with the SAVC or authorised to perform specific procedures Services pertaining specially to the services of a veterinarian Advertising of services products and facilities Veterinarians Rules Registration with the SAVC Competence specific Registration Application Register as a Veterinarian Continuing Professional Development Laboratory Animal Science National Conference 25 27 November 2015 OIE SEMINAR 12 15 October 2015 Recommendations Veterinary Para professional list of participants VACANCY Veterinary technologist Hermanus VACANCY Veterinarian Durbanville VACANCY Veterinarian Wild Coast area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Pretoria East VACANCY UP Prof associate Prof Paraclinical sciences VACANCY UP Prof associate prof Dep dean teaching learning VACANCY Veterinarian Cape Town VACANCY Veterinarian Limpopo area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Cape Town Latest News

    Original URL path: http://savc.org.za/professions/veterinarians (2016-02-17)
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  • South African Veterinary Council - Veterinary Specialists
    providers CPD Form A CPD Form B Protocols Procedure at Inquiries Professions Veterinarians Veterinary Specialists Animal Health Technician Laboratory Animal Technologists Veterinary Nurses Veterinary Technologists Veterinary Facilities Minimum Standards Compliance Checklists Rule 18 to 24 Clinical Veterinary Facilities Rule 25 Mobile Animal Services Rule 26 CCS and Regulatory Service Facilities Rule 27 Small Animal Hospital or Clinic Rule 28 Equine Hospitals and Clinics Rule 29 Production Animal Hospitals and Clinics Rule 30 Veterinary Behavioural Consultancy Rule 31 Veterinary Laboratory Facilities Rule 32 Animal Research Facilities Rule 33 Herd Health Practice A Production animals Rule 33 Herd Health Practice B Wild life Rule 34 Consultants in Industry and other Consultancies Rule 35 Non Practicing Facility Retired Veterinarians Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Application New Facility or Moving to New Premises Application Transfer of Facility Facility Inspections Application form Registration Vetshops Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Public Info Careers Bursaries Find A Vet Complaints Affidavit Verklaring Disciplinary Complaint Form Inquiries Procedures Rabies Brochure RabiesSetswana RabiesIsizulu rabiesisiXhosa rabiesAfrikaans RabiesSesotho RabiesTshvenda RabiesXitshonga Links Skip to content Veterinary Specialists Minimum Standards for Specialisation What options are available for registration as a veterinary specialist 1 A prescribed academic qualification and registration as a veterinarian with the SAVC or 2 Successful completion of the Council approved specialist registration examination and registration as a veterinarian with the SAVC After a written application and approval by Council a candidate will register upon successful completion of the Council approved specialist registration examination and registration as a veterinarian with the SAVC All training information will have to be submitted together with a request to sit the Council registration examination or 3 A foreign qualification recognised for registration as a specialist in the country of origin peer evaluation by a panel of registered specialists appointed by the SAVC and registration as a veterinarian with the SAVC Council will assess a post graduate qualification for registration as a veterinary specialist on application if the applicant is not the holder of a prescribed post graduate qualification Application for assessment of post graduate qualification not prescribed in terms of the Act Peer evaluation form Application for registration as a veterinary Specialist Veterinary Specialists Rules Training Requirements Application Automatic registration as a Veterinary Specialist Continuing Professional Development Laboratory Animal Science National Conference 25 27 November 2015 OIE SEMINAR 12 15 October 2015 Recommendations Veterinary Para professional list of participants VACANCY Veterinary technologist Hermanus VACANCY Veterinarian Durbanville VACANCY Veterinarian Wild Coast area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Pretoria East VACANCY UP Prof associate Prof Paraclinical sciences VACANCY UP Prof associate prof Dep dean teaching learning VACANCY Veterinarian Cape Town VACANCY Veterinarian Limpopo area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Cape Town Latest News Call for nominations National Ministerial Advisory committee on AMR Movement restriction announcement AHS Draft amendment for the marking of rhinoceros Microchipping DAFF INVITATION Workshops on Draft Veterinary Strategy Registration of Private Practices Veterinary Certificates Contagious Equine Metritis CEM update CPD for para veterinarians Government Gazette Notice of restriction of AHS vaccination periods INPUT Medicines Control Council Medicines and registration

    Original URL path: http://savc.org.za/professions/veterinary-specialists (2016-02-17)
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  • South African Veterinary Council - Animal Health Technician
    Rule 30 Veterinary Behavioural Consultancy Rule 31 Veterinary Laboratory Facilities Rule 32 Animal Research Facilities Rule 33 Herd Health Practice A Production animals Rule 33 Herd Health Practice B Wild life Rule 34 Consultants in Industry and other Consultancies Rule 35 Non Practicing Facility Retired Veterinarians Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Application New Facility or Moving to New Premises Application Transfer of Facility Facility Inspections Application form Registration Vetshops Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Public Info Careers Bursaries Find A Vet Complaints Affidavit Verklaring Disciplinary Complaint Form Inquiries Procedures Rabies Brochure RabiesSetswana RabiesIsizulu rabiesisiXhosa rabiesAfrikaans RabiesSesotho RabiesTshvenda RabiesXitshonga Links Skip to content Animal Health Technician Animal health technicians are members of a learned and honourable profession and are required to at all times act in a manner that shall maintain and promote the prestige honour dignity and interests of the profession Animal health technicians fulfil an important task with regard to the health of both the animal and human population in South Africa and are mainly responsible for the maintenance of primary animal health care No person may practise the profession of an Animal Health Technician unless the person is registered with the SAVC The Course of conduct for animal health technicians is part of the rules pertaining to animal health technicians and has been included under Rules Services pertaining to the profession of animal health technician Animal Health Technician Rules Prescribed Qualifications Application to Register as a para veterinary professional Laboratory Animal Science National Conference 25 27 November 2015 OIE SEMINAR 12 15 October 2015 Recommendations Veterinary Para professional list of participants VACANCY Veterinary technologist Hermanus VACANCY Veterinarian Durbanville VACANCY Veterinarian Wild Coast area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Pretoria East VACANCY UP Prof associate Prof Paraclinical sciences VACANCY UP Prof associate prof Dep dean teaching learning VACANCY Veterinarian Cape Town

    Original URL path: http://savc.org.za/professions/animal-health-technician (2016-02-17)
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  • South African Veterinary Council - Laboratory Animal Technologists
    Rule 27 Small Animal Hospital or Clinic Rule 28 Equine Hospitals and Clinics Rule 29 Production Animal Hospitals and Clinics Rule 30 Veterinary Behavioural Consultancy Rule 31 Veterinary Laboratory Facilities Rule 32 Animal Research Facilities Rule 33 Herd Health Practice A Production animals Rule 33 Herd Health Practice B Wild life Rule 34 Consultants in Industry and other Consultancies Rule 35 Non Practicing Facility Retired Veterinarians Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Application New Facility or Moving to New Premises Application Transfer of Facility Facility Inspections Application form Registration Vetshops Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Public Info Careers Bursaries Find A Vet Complaints Affidavit Verklaring Disciplinary Complaint Form Inquiries Procedures Rabies Brochure RabiesSetswana RabiesIsizulu rabiesisiXhosa rabiesAfrikaans RabiesSesotho RabiesTshvenda RabiesXitshonga Links Skip to content Laboratory Animal Technologists Laboratory animal technologists are members of a learned and honourable profession and are required at all times to act in a manner that shall maintain and promote the prestige honour dignity and interests of the profession Laboratory animal technologists are obliged to serve the public to the best of their ability by maintaining the highest standard of humane care of experimental animals at all times The Course of conduct for laboratory animal technologists is part of the rules pertaining to laboratory animal technologists and has been included under Rules General services Laboratory Animal Technologists Rules Laboratory Animal Science National Conference 25 27 November 2015 OIE SEMINAR 12 15 October 2015 Recommendations Veterinary Para professional list of participants VACANCY Veterinary technologist Hermanus VACANCY Veterinarian Durbanville VACANCY Veterinarian Wild Coast area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Pretoria East VACANCY UP Prof associate Prof Paraclinical sciences VACANCY UP Prof associate prof Dep dean teaching learning VACANCY Veterinarian Cape Town VACANCY Veterinarian Limpopo area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Cape Town Latest News Call for nominations National Ministerial Advisory committee on AMR Movement

    Original URL path: http://savc.org.za/professions/laboratory-animal-technologists (2016-02-17)
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  • South African Veterinary Council - Veterinary Nurses
    Behavioural Consultancy Rule 31 Veterinary Laboratory Facilities Rule 32 Animal Research Facilities Rule 33 Herd Health Practice A Production animals Rule 33 Herd Health Practice B Wild life Rule 34 Consultants in Industry and other Consultancies Rule 35 Non Practicing Facility Retired Veterinarians Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Application New Facility or Moving to New Premises Application Transfer of Facility Facility Inspections Application form Registration Vetshops Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Public Info Careers Bursaries Find A Vet Complaints Affidavit Verklaring Disciplinary Complaint Form Inquiries Procedures Rabies Brochure RabiesSetswana RabiesIsizulu rabiesisiXhosa rabiesAfrikaans RabiesSesotho RabiesTshvenda RabiesXitshonga Links Skip to content Veterinary Nurses Veterinary nurses are members of a learned and honourable profession and are required to at all times act in such a manner as to maintain and promote the prestige honour dignity and interests of the profession Veterinary nurses are responsible for the promotion of animal health relief of suffering by animals and the saving of animal lives Veterinary nurses work as caring professionals make important contributions to the physical and emotional well being of animals and people No person may practise the profession of a veterinary nurse unless the person is registered with the SAVC The Course of conduct for veterinary nurses is part of the rules for veterinary nurses and has been included under Rules Services pertaining specially to the profession of veterinary nurse Veterinary Nurses Rules Prescribed Qualifications Competence Specific Registration Authorisation Under Section 23 Application Register as Para Veterinary Professional Laboratory Animal Science National Conference 25 27 November 2015 OIE SEMINAR 12 15 October 2015 Recommendations Veterinary Para professional list of participants VACANCY Veterinary technologist Hermanus VACANCY Veterinarian Durbanville VACANCY Veterinarian Wild Coast area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Pretoria East VACANCY UP Prof associate Prof Paraclinical sciences VACANCY UP Prof associate prof Dep dean teaching learning VACANCY

    Original URL path: http://savc.org.za/professions/veterinary-nurses (2016-02-17)
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  • South African Veterinary Council - Veterinary Technologists
    Service Facilities Rule 27 Small Animal Hospital or Clinic Rule 28 Equine Hospitals and Clinics Rule 29 Production Animal Hospitals and Clinics Rule 30 Veterinary Behavioural Consultancy Rule 31 Veterinary Laboratory Facilities Rule 32 Animal Research Facilities Rule 33 Herd Health Practice A Production animals Rule 33 Herd Health Practice B Wild life Rule 34 Consultants in Industry and other Consultancies Rule 35 Non Practicing Facility Retired Veterinarians Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Application New Facility or Moving to New Premises Application Transfer of Facility Facility Inspections Application form Registration Vetshops Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Public Info Careers Bursaries Find A Vet Complaints Affidavit Verklaring Disciplinary Complaint Form Inquiries Procedures Rabies Brochure RabiesSetswana RabiesIsizulu rabiesisiXhosa rabiesAfrikaans RabiesSesotho RabiesTshvenda RabiesXitshonga Links Skip to content Veterinary Technologists Veterinary technologists are members of a learned and honourable profession Veterinary technologists support the foundation of the veterinary diagnosis and assist and promote research through veterinary technology No person may practise the profession of a veterinary technologist unless the person is registered with the SAVC The Course of conduct for veterinary technologists is part of the rules for veterinary technologists and has been included under RULES Services pertaining specially to the profession of veterinary technologist Veterinary Technologists Rules Automatic Registration Competence Specific Registration Application Register as Para Veterinary Professional Authorisation Under Section 23 Laboratory Animal Science National Conference 25 27 November 2015 OIE SEMINAR 12 15 October 2015 Recommendations Veterinary Para professional list of participants VACANCY Veterinary technologist Hermanus VACANCY Veterinarian Durbanville VACANCY Veterinarian Wild Coast area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Pretoria East VACANCY UP Prof associate Prof Paraclinical sciences VACANCY UP Prof associate prof Dep dean teaching learning VACANCY Veterinarian Cape Town VACANCY Veterinarian Limpopo area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Cape Town Latest News Call for nominations National Ministerial Advisory committee on AMR Movement restriction

    Original URL path: http://savc.org.za/professions/veterinary-technologists (2016-02-17)
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  • South African Veterinary Council - Facility Inspections
    27 Small Animal Hospital or Clinic Rule 28 Equine Hospitals and Clinics Rule 29 Production Animal Hospitals and Clinics Rule 30 Veterinary Behavioural Consultancy Rule 31 Veterinary Laboratory Facilities Rule 32 Animal Research Facilities Rule 33 Herd Health Practice A Production animals Rule 33 Herd Health Practice B Wild life Rule 34 Consultants in Industry and other Consultancies Rule 35 Non Practicing Facility Retired Veterinarians Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Application New Facility or Moving to New Premises Application Transfer of Facility Facility Inspections Application form Registration Vetshops Minimum Standards for Veterinary Shops Public Info Careers Bursaries Find A Vet Complaints Affidavit Verklaring Disciplinary Complaint Form Inquiries Procedures Rabies Brochure RabiesSetswana RabiesIsizulu rabiesisiXhosa rabiesAfrikaans RabiesSesotho RabiesTshvenda RabiesXitshonga Links Skip to content Facility Inspections INSPECTORS The criteria for appointment of inspectors Must be registered as a veterinarian or veterinary specialist with the South African Veterinary Council Have at least five 5 years experience in private practice which includes sufficient current clinical exposure Must be conversant in at least two official languages Must be available during normal office hours Preferably not be involved in private practice when appointed as inspector and May not have any transgressions recorded against his her name Members of the profession are invited to submit their applications with curriculum vitaes to Council FACILITY ROUTINE INSPECTIONS WILL COMMENCE IN 2016 Laboratory Animal Science National Conference 25 27 November 2015 OIE SEMINAR 12 15 October 2015 Recommendations Veterinary Para professional list of participants VACANCY Veterinary technologist Hermanus VACANCY Veterinarian Durbanville VACANCY Veterinarian Wild Coast area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Pretoria East VACANCY UP Prof associate Prof Paraclinical sciences VACANCY UP Prof associate prof Dep dean teaching learning VACANCY Veterinarian Cape Town VACANCY Veterinarian Limpopo area VACANCY Veterinary nurse Cape Town Latest News Call for nominations National Ministerial Advisory committee on AMR

    Original URL path: http://savc.org.za/veterinary-facilities/facility-inspections (2016-02-17)
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