What a hectic time…

We’re sitting in Bulowayo, finally  with a bit of breathing space and enough time to finally update the site. We’ve had an insane few days getting things ready, packing and we finally hit the road yesterday. So far not any major problems, but from tonight onward we won’t have access to to internet via a laptop. This means that we won’t be able to update the site until we return. Thus we implore you to please follow us on Facebook by liking our page (Vet Books for Africa) or following us on Instagram  at vetbooksforafrca. we will keep these updated with blow by blow accounts of our adventures along with posting any cool pictures.

3M Sponsors Medical Equipment for the Cause

“The greatest good you can do for another is not just share your riches, but reveal to them their own.” ~ Disraeli

We would like to thank Nosipho Motlhabane and the 3M™ team for their generous donation of Littmann Classic III Stethoscopes.

This model of stethoscope is the most advanced in the range – helping millions of medical professionals achieve their best. Its high acoustic sensitivity allows for performing most general physical assessments. With a two-sided chestpiece, dual tunable diaphragms, convertible open bell, improved tubing, and much more, the Classic III stethoscope combines the best of new and traditional. Primarily focused human medical professions, the versatility of the Litman Classic III has made it popular among vets as well.

These Stethoscopes are bound for six different African countries where they will enable clinicians at the respective veterinary faculties to facilitate the practical learning of the students.

If you would like to learn a bit more about the product, or any of the other stethoscopes produced by Littmann. Click here.

See us on TV

Vet Books is really excited to announce that we will be appearing on Grootplaas for an interview with none other than Elsa Esterhuizen. We’ll be discussing what Vet Books is about and what our primary mission is, as well as elaborate a bit more on where our journey will take us this year and the places that we’ll be helping out along the way. Make sure you tune in Kyknet channel 144 at 5:30 am on the 25th October to find out more about our trip.