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OFFICE HRS: Mon - Thu 8:30 to 16:30, Fri 8:30 to 16:00
Closed daily from 13:00 - 14:00, Weekdays and Public Holidays.

When the Botsoc Head Office is closed, please kindly visit either of the BotSoc bookshops at Kirstenbosch entrances 1 and 2, where staff will assist you with membership joining and/or renewals

The Botanical Society of South Africa was established in 1913, the same year that the now world famous Kirstenbosch Garden National Botanical Garden was started. Read More

Besides the direct membership benefits one receives (e.g. FREE entry; free excess seeds for South Africa resident ordinary and family members, discounts at the Botanical Society. Read More
EXCITING NEWS: 'Botanical' has just been launched
​The first issue of 'Botanical', BotSoc's new online magazine, has just gone live, visit the following link to enjoy: http://botanicalmagazine.co.za/issues/2014-10/#page1 Subscribe to receive future publications and join BotSoc to support biodiversity conservation and education. 
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Exciting new online BotSoc magazine 'Botanical' to be launched soon
​'Botanical' BotSoc's new fresh interactive online magazine is due to be launched soon! Keep an eye open for the link. Members will be emailed the exciting first issue soon. The link will also be shared on our Facebook page as soon as the magazine goes live. Members and non-members alike are welcomed to subscribe ...
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Potential delay in membership card delivery due to postal strike
​Please kindly note that due to the ongoing post office strikes, there is potential that delivery of your membership cards may be delayed. We apologise for this, but do please note that this is beyond our control. Should you wish  and be able to, you may collect your card(s) from Head ...
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Feedback from the 2014 Annual branch convention & AGM
​On 25 Sept. 2014 the BotSoc Annual Branch Convention and AGM took place at the SANBI Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden, Gauteng. Branch committee chairpersons and treasurers joined BotSoc Council, staff and guest speakers for an interesting and informative day together. Past BotSoc chairperson, Mike Harper welcomed all and shared ...
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Annual Report 2014.pdf
Looking back, looking forward 100 years of conserving our flora.pdf
BotSoc Highlights of the Century.pdf
BotSoc and SANBI Strategic partners for 100 years.pdf
Annual Report 2013.pdf
CONSTITUTION  as of SGM 13.06.13.pdf
Annual Report 2012.pdf
MOU with SANBI.pdf
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