SASM is a non-profit professional association dedicated to the advancement of microbiological sciences in South Africa. Its members comprise microbiologists employed in universities, institutes, industry and government as well as student and corporate members. SASM has grown remarkably during the last four years and currently has over 600 members. Eligibility to become a full member of the Society is open to any person who holds at least a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in microbiology or related field. Students majoring in microbiology are encouraged to sign up as student members.Continue reading →
The Society is affiliated to FIDSSA (Federation of Southern African infectious Diseases Societies). The aims of the Society are: To advance the understanding of paediatric infectious diseases. To promote the exchange of information relating to all aspects of paediatric infectious diseases.Continue reading →
HFPA is a higher education institution that provides specialised and accredited training for sport and fitness professionals. Established in 1979 as the first ever institution devoted to health and fitness in the country, we are passionate about training future industry pioneers. If your goal is to have an unstoppable career in sport or fitness, one of our qualifications will equip you with all the skills and accreditations you need to work locally or overseas. HFPA has branches in Caspe Town, Durban, Linksfield, Port Elizabeth, Pretoria, Newcastle and East LondonContinue reading →
This association is a member association of The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa (SEIFSA) and can be contacted through SEIFSAContinue reading →
The Groundwater Association of KwaZulu-Natal is here to preserve the groundwater infrastructure throughout the province, and in so doing, serve the interests of people who are affected by this. The Groundwater Association of KwaZulu-Natal is a Non-Profit Organisation which strives to serve the interests of all members of the groundwater industry in KwaZulu-Natal and will act as a conduit for transfer and dissemination of scientific and technical data and groundwater information between the Industry Members, the Regulating Authorities, Water Service Authorities, Water Service Suppliers, Consultants and the General Public.Continue reading →
The Greater Boksburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GBCCI) is a non-profit organisation serving businesses and the community in the Greater Boksburg area which forms part of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality (EMM). Our aim is to promote local socio-economic growth and development.
To achieve this we are constantly looking for ways to create opportunities for businesses and the community to grow and prosper. We are proud of our track record of supporting entrepreneurs, local businesses and the community at large.
The organisation’s main objectives are to: maintain an association of those persons who are or become members of the Association; actively encourage Gunners to become members of the Association and partake in its activities in order to ensure the continuity of the Association; encourage the continuation of the traditions and to foster the heritage of Gunners; assist members in obtaining any right or privilege to which they are or should be entitled by reason of the member’s military service; assist members in obtaining employment; sponsor and assist the formation of Branches in suitable centres under the auspices of the Association; affiliate with any organisation having objects similar in part, or in whole, to those of the Association, and whether within or outside the Republic of South Africa; render support to members and their dependents. Branches can be found countrywideContinue reading →
We are a farmer’s organisation established to enable farmers to produce certified free range and/or grass fed meat for consumers.
Our goal is to establish a brand mark, that can be trusted and recognized by consumers, and with confidence believe what the label says. At the same time we want every farmer to be able to market their product as directly to consumers as possible.
Grain SA was established on 10 June 1999 and was formed out of NAMPO (maize), NOPO (soybeans, sunflower and groundnuts), the WPO (wheat, barley and oats) and the SPO (grainsorghum).
Grain SA provides commodity strategic support and services to South African grain producers to support sustainability.
GSA is a voluntary association of grain farmers established to represent the interests of its members.
GSA wants to be recognised as an autonomous and independent grain producers’ organisation. It wants to be involved in all matters bearing on the wellbeing of the industry and to be consulted about policy issues relating to the industry.
GSA is strongly apolitical and issues are dealt with only on merit and sound business principles without any party political consideration.
GSA is controlled by farmers for farmers and structured to ensure members’ democratic control over their elected office bearers.
The Gordon’s Bay Business Forum (GBBF) is open to all businesses in Gordon’s Bay and was founded in Gordon’s Bay through the initiative of Peter Venter and Danie Miller who was elected as Chairman. We currently have around 75 members which consist of a variety of businesses in the Gordon’s Bay area. See our membership list for contacts and the variety of expertise that is available locally and support local.
”If we all make a concerted effort to support our local entrepreneurs it will directly uplift and benefit our geographical area. ‘Support Local’ and Gordon’s Bay and its people will reap the rewards. It is my vision for all local Business Owner’s to make an active effort to support each other’s businesses. This is the way forward for us to grow our businesses with success!” Danie MillerContinue reading →