ASAIPA represents 14 IPA’s throughout South Africa, consisting of more or less 1120 independent General/Family practitioners and Primary Care Providers in individual and/or group practice. ASAIPA is one of the largest consumer branded networks of primary care practitioners in South Africa, which has a national footprint in every province throughout South Africa.Continue reading →
APSO – The Federation of African Professional Staffing Organisations is committed to the professionalisation of the Staffing industry of Southern Africa. APSO has been in existence since 1977 and, for the past four decades, has set and managed professional standards for the benefit of Members, their clients, candidates and employees. A proud member of the World Employment Confederation (WEC), APSO is also a founding member of the South African Confederation of Associates in Private Employment Sector (CAPES), the South African Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SACCI), and the Ethics Institute of South Africa.Continue reading →
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) of South Africa embraces far more than design, building and flying of experimental or home built aircraft, although this remains an important activity of the EAA. As an Aero Club of SA affiliate, the EAA of SA actively supports initiatives of the AeCSA to ensure that the freedom of the skies in South Africa is sustained for recreational aviation under ever increasing restrictive legislation. If one flies a non-type certified aircraft, membership of an Aero Club affiliate such as EAA is a requirement for the issue by CAA of the Authority to Fly (ATF)Continue reading →
Founded in 1972, Ceramics Southern Africa is the official representative body of potters in Southern Africa. The objective of the association is to promote ceramics in Southern Africa by improving the work being produced and to foster an interest in ceramics by the general public. This is done by presenting workshops and organising exhibitions regionally and nationally. The purpose of Ceramics Southern Africa is to maintain a representative forum for the encouragement and fostering of the art and craft of ceramics in Southern Africa. The field encompasses all relevant processes that add value to clay.Continue reading →
The Ayrshire Society was founded on 26 April 1916 with the main objective to control registration and to make sure that the breed would be kept pure.Continue reading →
AUSA represents the majority of aviation workers in South Africa with advice, representation and assistance in the work place, and in legal matters.Continue reading →
The Astronomical Society of Southern Africa (ASSA), formed in 1922, is a body consisting of both amateur and professional astronomers.Continue reading →
Description Website Athletics SA Contact details Physical address Postal Address City Province Telephone (078) 0687396 Email email@example.com Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please let us know. firstname.lastname@example.org Categories A, Sport Keywords Athletics Last modified: … Continue reading →
The Association of Woodturners of South Africa(AWSA) is a South African non- profit organisation dedicated to the advancement of the art of woodturning.
The Association is comprised of numerous individual turners from around the country.
The association hosts an annual symposium featuring numerous renowned South African demonstrators who share their skills and insights, as well as hosting a different overseas demonstrator at each event. Other highlights of each symposium include a trade show of machinery, tools, supplies and turning stock, and an exhibition of wonderful turned art.Continue reading →
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