Description Website Dystonia Association of SA Contact details Physical address 126 Bram Fischer Drive, Randburg, 2194 Postal Address P.O. Box3160 Pinegowrie City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone (011) 7878792 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Other information Remarks On the 22nd November 2017, the website … Continue reading →
The Durban Charter Boat Association
was founded in 1995:
To promote and encourage the establishment and maintenance of optimum standards of quality service in the interest of thepublic and for the protection of the good name of the industry.
To draw up a professional code of ethics.
To promote, encourage and protect the interests of members and to deal with each and all such matters as may affect the common interest of the members.
To present, help develop and promote the professional needs of the charter boat industry within the Durban coastal area.
Description Website Durban Boat Owners Association Contact details Physical address Wilsons Wharf, 17 Boatmans Rd, Durban Central, Durban, 4001 Postal Address PO Box 61002, Bishopsgate, Durban, 4008 City Durban Province KwaZulu Natal Telephone (031) 3054370 Email Other information Remarks If … Continue reading →
Formed on 25 March 1983 as a non-profit organization under Section 21 of the Company’s Act to promote and foster the arts and culture across the broadest spectrum in the greater DurbanContinue reading →
The Dry Bean Producers’ Organisation (DPO) is a commodity organisation acting in the interests of the dry bean industry as a whole.Continue reading →
The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry provides services relevant to the needs of its members and represents their interests in the community.”
In pursuit of this, the Chamber is committed to being recognised:
¨ For being proactive, responsive and oriented to member’s needs
¨ For promoting the practise of sound values in good corporate governance, interpersonal relations and the environment.
¨ For providing meaningful representation as an inclusive home for all business
¨ By its employees for excellence in managing the organisation by providing an empowering environment in which all employees can achieve personal excellence and growth
¨ Striving to achieve economic and business growth in Durban Unicity
¨ Achieving business transformation in Durban
¨ Providing services relevant to the needs of its members and representing their interests in the community.Continue reading →
The Drakensberger is a medium-frame beef animal with a smooth coat, strikingly long and deep body with a mild temperament. It is one of only three indigenous cattle breeds in South Africa. The Drakensberger is totally unrelated to any breed in the world today and is the culmination of the development process through strict selection, based on scientific norms. The breed has been developed over hundreds of years to perform under Southern African conditions. The history of this extremely hardy indigenous breed is confirmed by the fact that it had to survive the Great Trek, a time during which no vaccines, antibiotics and tick remedies were available. The Drakensberger cattle breed was officially founded with the establishment of the South African Drakensberger Cattle Breeders’ Society on 7 November 1947.Continue reading →
Description Website Dormer Sheep Breeders` Society of SA Contact details Physical address Henry St 118, Westdene, Bloemfontein Postal Address City Bloemfontein Province Free State Telephone (051) 4100957 Email email@example.com Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, … Continue reading →
The Dohne Merinos were initially developed to be a hardy woolled sheep that are easy care with high reproductivity and growth rate under harsh sourveld Eastern Cape conditions. Initial development took place under the leadership of Mr Koot Kotze, Director, Dohne Research Institute, Stutterheim. The initial cross between German Mutton Merino rams and Merino ewes in 1939 were used to develop the breed by means of strict scientific selection procedures to its current status of an internationally commended dual purpose breed. The Breed Society was formed with a small population of approximately only 2500 ewes in 1966 with the first president Mr. R.O. Le Roux and manager Mr. Noël Geach. Important events on the society’s time line include: Compulsory performance testing for all breeders; Abolishment of shows; Implementation of Sire Referencing and EBV’s. The export of embryos to Australia and the Falkland Islands that led to the establishment of breed societies in Australia and eventually Uruguay, were major milestones in the more recent history of the Dohne Merino.Continue reading →
The Group is registered with the Director, Nonprofit Organisations (Department of Social Development) and is internationally recognised for the work it has done to protect cetaceans (dolphins and whales) and other sealifeContinue reading →