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Africa’s oldest known dinosaur - 230-million-year-old fossil found in Zimbabwe.
The relatively small sauropod...
We regret to announce that Philip Dewhurst passed away in Tunbridge Wells in August 2022
Phil, a geology...
The society is developing an atlas of interesting outcrops in Zimbabwe. There is a large body of knowledge out there and we would like to document this information.
The primary objectives are to promote geological research, teaching, exploration and mining in Zimbabwe. It acts as a forum for geological talks and field trips.
The Geological Society has 5 categories of Membership and welcomes new members to enhance and increase the diversity of our science. Find out about the benefits of being a member.
The Geological Society of Zimbabwe was founded in 1981. From 1962 the Society existed as a branch of the Geological Society of South Africa. In 1981 an historic resolution for the formation of the Society was passed.
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