Jukskei originated as part of the culture of the Afrikaans speaking people, but through competition; expansion and rounding off, the game became more scientific, while people from other cultures are showing interest. Today it is no longer a game like hide-and-seek, but it is an acknowledged SPORT. Jukskei is a competitive sport (compared to professional and recreational types of sport) where only amateurs may participate.Continue reading →
The Jewish Womens Benevolent Society is a very special organisation of volunteer women which has survived for close to 125 strong years. From inception to the present day, we have extended a hand of support and friendship to the needy in our Jewish community, helping them to live with dignity and hope.
We are proud to be able to contribute financially to Jewish welfare in Johannesburg and also to education needs.Continue reading →
The International Womens Club of Cape Town is a worldwide organisation that stretches into an astonishing 42 countries.
Our own club here in Cape Town was founded in 1977. As an organisation, we are non-political, non-denominational and non-commercial and the club is a registered non-profit organisation.
With a membership of over 340 women from 35 countries the IWC of Cape Town is about friendship, support and encouragement along with the promise of stimulation, learning and fun!
We are first and foremost a friendship club. Our activities are about social interaction that have a specific focus or theme such as cultural, educational, recreational activities both indoors (such as bridge and mahjong) and outdoors (such as tennis and hiking) or tourism. Understanding and learning about our different cultures is an important aspect of who we are so we often get together to share a meal, a more formal talk or an personal aspect of our particular culture as part of a Cultural Exchange programme. As an organisation, we also have a strong Philanthropic focus using our collective energy to assist in the many Cape Town communities that need our help.Continue reading →
The IFE is a registered charity working for societal benefit. Founded in 1918, the IFE assesses knowledge of fire and professional experience, awarding internationally recognised membership grades and fire-related qualifications. Through its Engineering Council licence as a Professional Engineering Institution (PEI), the IFE registers suitably qualified IFE members as Chartered Engineers (CEng), Incorporated Engineers (IEng) and Engineering Technicians (Eng Tech). Learning opportunities are worldwide within the IFE fire community and the IFE delivers over 7,300 fire-related exams each year which are required by many Fire and Rescue Services for promotion both within the UK and internationally.Continue reading →
We strive to provide quality courses that are affordable and accessible to everyone in South Africa and our neighboring countries including Namibia, Swaziland and Lesotho. It is our mission to make a difference by providing excellent service, value-adding course content and showing our learners that we really care. We accomplish this by developing unique courses and training material according to the needs identified and using subject matter experts that are well-qualified in their field.Continue 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 →
Vision: No-one should have to live on our streets.
We believe in a future where communities, organisations, and government can create the supportive network to ensure that no-one is forced to live on the streets to survive.
Mission: To get the homeless to a home.
We recognise that the achievement of our Vision requires the ongoing execution of our Mission through all the programs that we offer to help the homeless.
The Haven Night Shelter Utility Company (Reg No. 83/10007/08) is a registered Section 21 company in terms of South African law and is currently tax exempt in terms of Sec. 10(1)(f) of the Income Tax Act. This structure was created to facilitate the legal standing of the Public Benefit Organisation.
The Haven Night Shelter was established in 1978 in Cape Town, South Africa. We were registered as a Section 21 (a) (Not for Gain) Public Company in 1983, a Non Profit Organisation in 2000, and as a Public Benefit Organisation in 2004.Continue reading →
The Food and Allied Workers’ Union (F.A.W.U.) is a section 21, non- profit organisation (trade union) registered with the Department of Labour in South Africa. The union is a corporate body having perpetual succession and legal existence and has a constitution. It is an affiliate of the labour federation South African Federation of Trade Unions (SAFTU) and played a leading role in the establishment thereof after having split from Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU). The union’s core functions are recruiting and servicing its members and bargaining with employers over labour matters on its members’ behalf. The union recruits workers from the farming, forestry, food, fast food, beverage and fishing community, wholesale and retail as well as hospitality sectors.Continue reading →
A major change in the South African trade union balance took place with the establishment of a new trade union federation with over 515 000 members. The Federation of Unions of South Africa (FEDUSA) was established on 1 April 1997 by the amalgamation of two federations, namely Federation of South African Labour Unions (FEDSAL) and Federation of Organisations Representing Civil Employees (FORCE).Continue reading →
Our focus is a healthy functional family life which is a national priority. We are committed to promoting family well being. We empower people to build, reconstruct and maintain sound relationships, in the family, in marriage and in the communities. We achieve this through our basket of services utilising our network of 28 affiliate offices in all 9 provinces of South Africa.Continue reading →