Zoological Society of Southern Africa (ZSSA)
Dierkundige Vereniging van Suidelike Africa
1959-03-11 Cape Town South Africa
11 Mar 1959, Cape Town (South Africa).
Promote, facilitate and encourage zoological research in Southern Africa; preserve Southern African fauna and support legislation to this end; be actively concerned with welfare of animals; assist in coordination of zoological research and have contact with other zoologists on an international level; cooperate with public authorities and act in an advisory capacity when asked to do so; stimulate public interest in zoology.
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General Meeting and Symposium (every 2 years); Council.
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