Description Website Food Gardens Foundation Contact details Physical address 94 11th Street, Parkhurst, Jhb, 2024 Postal Address PO Box 41250, Craighall, Johannesburg, 2024 City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone (011) 8805956/7 Email email@example.com Other information Remarks On the 19th of November … Continue reading →
The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) provides educational opportunities to promote the conservation and rehabilitation of the cultural and natural heritage of Southern Africa. To this end FGASA maintains and serves a professional association of highly-trained nature guides, tour operators and hospitality institutions who share the vision and are committed to the FGASA Code of Conduct and Responsible Tourism Guidelines.Continue reading →
The Federation of Rose Societies of South Africa does not have individual members, only rose societies.
It is managed by a council consisting of a President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary elected by council, plus council members who are nominated to represent the regional societies.
The member societies are obliged to purchase the literature published by the Federation for distribution to all members. This comprises a ROSA Newsletter twice a year and the ROSA Annual.
The member societies pay an annual levy per paid up member to the Federation.Continue reading →
Description Website Federasie Van Afrikaanse Kultuurrvereniginge Contact details Physical address Voortrekkermonument, Eeufeeslaan, Groenkloof, 0027 Postal Address City Pretoria Province Gauteng Telephone (012) 3011777 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please let us know. … Continue reading →
The Businesswomen’s Association is currently the largest association of professional and businesswomen in South Africa with a Head Office in Johannesburg and nine branches across the country. The BWA is a non-profit, voluntary organisation committed to offering real value in the form of leading and training, connecting and supporting members and South African business.
The Association aims to be a united, non-racial business organisation that helps businesswomen to create connections on multiple dimensions – personal, professional and business – throughout their career. It also creates opportunities for women business owners to grow their businesses.
As a national association with regional branches, it also provides local and national forums where members can exchange ideas, be informed about topical issues and create business opportunities.
It acts as a lobby group on women’s business issues, highlighting and publicising not only the barriers to success that may still exist but also the many opportunities available to women in South Africa today.Continue reading →
The pre-eminent body for the Mechanical Engineering profession
SAIMechE exists to serve the interests and needs of its members, to advance the science and practise of mechanical engineering, and to promote high standards in the profession. Our website is the primary vehicle to deliver on our objectives. Join here.
The South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering (SAIMechE) is the senior body representing the discipline of mechanical engineering in South Africa. It covers all fields of application as diverse as automobile, energy generation, process engineering, heavy manufacture, design, management, research, mining and education. SAIMechE is over a century old, and originated as the South African Association of Engineers and Architects, established in 1892. SAIMechE is a voluntary association of Mechanical Engineers, Technologists and Technicians that have access to various grades of membership and the associated benefits.
SAIMechE’s Mission: To serve the interests and needs of its members and of the Mechanical Engineering Community, and to promote the continued supply of appropriate and sufficient Mechanical Engineering skills to meet the nation?s needs, thereby enhancing the competitiveness of local industry to the benefit of all.Continue reading →