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of a unique wild flower heritage"

Botanical Society of South Africa
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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


 Find out more about our publications:
Sep
05
Exciting announcement: Veld & Flora archives available online
​Great news! Back issues of BotSoc's Veld & Flora magazines are now available online. Please visit the link below to access archived articles.http://reference.sabinet.co.za/sa_epublication/veld  How to find/access an article:Go to 'table of contents'Click on the dropdown arrow next to 'Archives' Select and click in the issue you are interested in Select and ...
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Aug
26
Candidates nominated for consideration to join BotSoc Council 2014
​The two positions on Council and vacancy for Treasurer as previously advertised have received nominations for consideration. Council vacancies will be voted on by branch delegates at the annual branch convention, and the position of treasurer will be voted on by members via postal vote and at the AGM (25 Sept. 2014). Candidates nominated to join ...
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Aug
21
BotSoc Council nominations close tomorrow
​Kindly note that nominations for BotSoc Council/ Treasurer close tomorrow (22 Aug. 2014) at 16h00. Information on candidates nominated will be shared next week. Please note that the 2 vacancies on Council are voted on at the Branch Convention (delegates attending will vote on behalf of their branches- please share with them ...
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Aug
13
Exciting new partnership between BotSoc & CPUT
​Today is a momentous day indeed! The first Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) between the Botanical Society of SA and a tertiary educational institution, Cape Pensinsula University of Technology was signed. This dynamic document defines the commitments of both parties to a unique and powerful partnership for the next three years to support senior students of the ...
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161963 Times
  
  
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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