Also known as Konfederasie Van Jagters- Verenigings Van SA.Continue reading →
The Chartered Institute of Goverment Finance Audit and Risk Officers (CIGFARO) is the recognized professional body for finance, audit, risk management, performance management and related professionals in the public sector.
The Institute was founded in 1929, and is dedicated to establishing and maintaining high standards of professionalism among practitioners by providing a framework for them to collectively enhance, maintain sustainable financial management and good governance in the management of public finances.
CIGFARO is the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) recognized professional body for financial management in the public sector.Continue reading →
We are based in Ekurhuleni and have members throughout this highly industrial sector of the country, with a population of around 2 500 000 people.
Our Chamber is renowned and focuses on the African continent which is growing rapidly and a region with significant resources. The information we disperse is gained from our sources traveling into Africa and reporting back on their findings as soon as they return, hence the information is totally up to date.Continue reading →
With a proud history extending as far back as 1934, MINTEK has become a leading provider of minerals processing and metallurgical engineering products and services to industries world-wide.
Our commitment to innovation and our world-class research and development expertise is supported by a physical infrastructure of modern laboratories, pilot plants and workshops. We believe it is our extensive intellectual capital engineers, scientists and technologists, all of the highest calibre that forms the most valuable part of our proposition to our customers.
Our extensive range of products and services and our continuing attention to your unique needs, will provide you with proven solutions and capabilities that have a positive impact on your current or future business.Continue reading →
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, commonly known as the CSIR, is a world-class African research and development organisation established through an Act of Parliament in 1945.
The CSIR undertakes directed, multidisciplinary research and technological innovation that contributes to the improved quality of life of South Africans. The organisation plays a key role in supporting governments programmes through directed research that is aligned with the countrys priorities, the organisations mandate and its science, engineering and technology competences.
Key issues that the CSIR seeks to address through various interventions include: creating a vibrant economy and employment opportunities; building a capable state that is able to consistently deliver high-quality services for all South Africans; contributing to the development of economic and social infrastructure like transport, energy, water resources and ICT networks.Continue reading →
Environmental Protection, health accountability , Budget transparency
we promote Climate Adaptation programs and
Global sustainable development goals
The Council for the Built Environment (CBE) consists of a non-executive Council, which serves as the organisations Accounting Authority. The Accounting Authority reports to the Minister of Public Works, as the Executive Authority.Continue reading →
The CBA is a voluntary industry body, representing 9 of the 14 registered credit bureaus in South Africa.Continue reading →
The Critical Care Society of South Africa (CCSA) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to delivering appropriate, quality care to the critically ill.
Founded in 1970, the CCSA represents doctors, nurses and allied health practitioners working in the field of critical care medicine. Affiliated societies, such as the South African Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (SASPEN) and the Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation Physiotherapy Group (CPRG), as well as special interest groups, such as ECMO (Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation) are also represented and supported by the Society.
The CCSA provides professional development; research; guidelines; protocols; accreditation; training; conferences and seminars to its members.
Patient advocacy is an integral focus of the Society and to this end, information and resources are made available to patients and their families on all aspects of critical care and ICU.
The CCSSA is administered by volunteers from the professional community.Continue reading →
Crimsa is a non-governmental, voluntary, non-sexist, non-racial organisation aiming to promoting the academic, practical, social and universal relevance of Criminology alike in order to understand, control, prevent and reduce crime and its outcomes and to serve the Southern African community at large.
CRIMSA is a non-profit corporate academic society that aims to:
to promote, coordinate and apply the criminological sciences (Criminology, Victimology and criminal justice in particular, but also any academic discipline focusing on phenomena related to crime and victimisation) through study and academic interaction, research and community service;
to co-operate with interested local, regional and international institutions;
to create mediums for the publishing of, among other things, research results;
to promote and stimulate the academic interests of its members;
to inform the community about crime-related phenomena, criminal victimisation and reaction to crime;
to contribute to the broader transformation of society through equity and to endorse those values enshrined in the South African Constitution and the Bill of Rights.