Affiliated Sites

The following web sites and resources form part of the SAVCNet:

Friends of the South African Vampyre Facebook Group

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An open meeting place for those drawn to the icon of the vampire, those who enjoy the vampire aesthetic, people who indulge in the vampire lifestyle, people who believe they are vampires, and vampires who believe they are people, to network, discuss and chat about anything relating to vampires and vampirism.

The Real Vampire Forum


A forum for real Vampyres “where the real vamps are”, also catering for the international community.

SA Vampyre News

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SA Vampyre News is a news agency established to serve the Vampyre Community in South Africa, providing news coverage on issues affecting the Community, such as its activity and growth, and the gradual exposure of the subculture to the Shinai world.

The South African Vampyre Community (Portal)

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This site serves as the gateway to the online presence of the SA Vampyre Community. Its aim is to allow quick access to whatever resource the visitor is seeking.

The South African Vampyre Culture Center

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This was founded in order to create and manage an open and public reference to South African Vampyre culture, and features numerous lexicons of names, terms and jargon used within the community, and a comprehensive breakdown of the basics of Vampyre nature, culture, and history.

The SA Vampyre Community page on Facebook.

The Vampyre History Project


This is a broad chronology of Vampyre and Vampyre-related events in history, collected from a variety of sources IRL and via net-trawls online in order to compile as complete a reference guide as possible and to present it for general public use. This is, without argument, the most complete and detailed free-access publicly visible Vampyre history on the Web! (We know – we’ve looked.)

Vampyre Bytes


Vampyre Bytes is an outlet for South African fiction and creativity created by members of the South African Vampyre Community. Although this material and these contributions do not HAVE to be vampcentric, it is preferable. Items are posted on this site under the Creative Commons License and copyright remains with the authors.

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