+27 (0) 87 150 5925 info@v-tech.co.za


V-Tech established and implemented ‘The V-Tech Actif Plan’ to monitor the inclusion of compounded antibiotics into the feed and the timely withdrawal of the medication. With ongoing checks to ensure that the correct antibiotic is being used through the livestock cycle and then tissue sampling on slaughter to ensure food safety with regards to acceptable levels of drug residue in the final product, V-Tech supports the integrated ‘One Health’ approach – Animal health, human health and environmental health.

Feed/ Water sampling – Feed or water samples are taken according to the V-Tech Standard Operating Procedure and sent to an accredited laboratory for testing, www.fdalab.co.za.

Residue monitoring – Tissue samples are taken according to the V-Tech SOP to ensure that the organ samples taken from the abattoirs are removed, packed, labelled and dispatched to the laboratory, www.fdalab.co.za.

With the new National Framework in place and with V-Tech’s active involvement in the ‘One Health’ approach, it seems appropriate to align our surveillance programme, The V-Tech Actif Plan, with what is proposed by the WHO. All V-Tech Maximum Residue Limits (MRL) reporting reflects both the regulations governing the MRL published levels GNR.1387 of 1999 as well as the levels of the Codex Alimentarius Commission.

The results of the residue testing are sent back to the consulting veterinarian and the intensive animal production facility. These results ensure that the final product is safe for human consumption.

Residue Monitoring

Feed Samples Results

 V-Tech SOPs



We employ approximately 50 staff which includes veterinarians, pharmacists, veterinary nurses, veterinary technicians and pharmacy assistants.



Tel: +27 (0) 87 150 5925

Fax: +27 (0) 86 692 4049

Corner Douglas and Old Pretoria Road, Midrand, South Africa



Chief Marketing Officer / EXCO Member

Dale Parrish qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1989 from Onderstepoort and worked in private practice from 1990 until 1994. She then joined the animal health industry. Dale joined V-Tech in 2011 after 18 years’ experience in the animal health industry.



Chief Financial Officer / EXCO Member

Muhammad Hasware holds a degree in BCom Accounting. Muhammad joined V-Tech in 2010 as an Accountant and was then promoted to Financial Manager. In September 2014, he took the position of CFO.


HR Manager

Nettie Vogel graduated with a BCom Communication and HR degree from the University of North West in 2002, and with a Certificate in Advanced Labour Law from the University of Pretoria in 2007. She started her HR career in the Healthcare sector and has experience in both the motor and aviation industry. Nettie joined V-Tech in 2012.