Membership of this Association is available to any entity that manufactures ethanol in Southern Africa. The Association currently consists of 7 membersContinue reading →
The Red Meat Industry Forum (RMIF) of South Africa is an umbrella council consisting of 13 nominated members each representing the interests of the most nationally representative sector specific organizations within the Red Meat Value Chain from the primary producer to the consumer. The RMIF was established in 1994 when the Agricultural control boards were disbanded and it was formally constituted in 1997 in accordance with the provisions of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996) as amended.Continue reading →
The Meat Traders Association Gauteng is the only employer?s organisation representing the majority of employers within the Retail Meat Trade. The Association was formed in the late 1940?s being a party to the then Industrial Council for the Retail Meat Trade in Gauteng. The Meat Traders Association Gauteng is affiliated to the National Federation of Meat Traders which is the only recognized National organisation representative of all role-players in this particular sector of the Meat Industry in South Africa. The Meat Traders Association Gauteng represents the interests of independent retailers? opinions in both the established and the emergent sector as well as independent supermarkets and national chain stores. As the Federation represents the interests of the distributive Meat Industry on a national level, recognised by role players within the Industry from feedlots to the consumer, the Federation plays an important role and has a voice in the decision making processes within the Industry. Through this body, the Association is kept abreast of all developments within the food chain, from new legislation and regulation introduced by Government to fostering or stimulating demand for meat, offal and meat products to benefit our members within the Meat Trade. The Meat Traders Association represents employers at the National Federation of Meat Traders as well as representing employers in all Labour Disputes at the Bargaining Council for Meat Trade Gauteng and CCMA as well as employer queries pertaining to labour matters within the jurisdiction of the Bargaining Council for Meat Trade Gauteng.Continue reading →
The South African Society of Dairy Technology (SASDT) is an active society whose primary objective is to promote and encourage technological and scientific advancement amongst our members who are key role players in our national dairy industry. Through our annual national symposium along with regular regional meetings held by each division, we successfully communicate new trends and updates on technical issues of benefit to our local dairy industry.Continue reading →
SAMPRO is a voluntary member organisation for the secondary dairy industry in South Africa with regional structures;Continue reading →
The National Chamber of Milling (NCM) is a dynamic and influential non-profit organisation representing the South African wheat and maize milling industry.
Membership is voluntary and currently comprised of organisations actively and directly involved in commercial wheat and white maize milling markets. There are possible options currently being explored to open the membership basket to include indirectly involved role-players such as industry suppliers. The membership base of the NCM is the core reason for its existence. As such, the activities of the organisation are directed at addressing the best interests of members and adding value to their business.
The object of the Chamber is to represent, promote and advance the interest of wheat, maize and other grain milling industries in general.Continue reading →
The strategic core function of the MPO is to focus on sustainable dairy farming for allContinue reading →
We welcome you to our website, which is a source of information in respect of the projects of Milk SA which support its vision namely to promote a healthy South African dairy community.
The Members of Milk SA comprise the Milk Producers’ Organisation (MPO) and the SA Milk Processors? Organisation (SAMPRO).
Founded in 2002, Milk SA addresses the needs of the entire dairy industry of South Africa – as agreed by its members – and its success stories can be ascribed to a shared vision, effective structures and passionate people who make it happen.Continue reading →
Description Website Cane Spirit Distillers` Association of SA Contact details Physical address Chamber House, 190 Stanger St., 4001, Durban Postal Address City Durban Province KwaZulu-Natal Telephone (031) 3351000 Email Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, … Continue reading →
The Canning Fruit Producers? Association is the mouthpiece of canning fruit producers
in the Western Cape.