Midrand Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a chamber of commerce located in the city of Halfway House in the country of South Africa.Continue reading →
In the Spring of 1987 the owners Norman and Val Yeats were introduced to Esther Geldenhuys, the President of ROSA. She agreed to address a group of rose enthusiasts at Spurwing. After her persuasive address, the Midlands Rose Society was formed. The first office bearers were Norman Yeats Chairman, Val Yeats Secretary and Reiche Plunkett Treasurer. Until the Yeats moved to Pietermaritzburg in 1990 the Rose meetings were held at Spurwing with luncheons and teas organized by Val YeatsContinue reading →
MIDBABA (Midlands Bed & Breakfast Association) was started in November 1997 by a group of like-minded B&B owners.
It grew out of the KwaZulu-Natal Bed & Breakfast Association [KWABABA] to whom it is still affiliated. Subsequently the National Accommodation Association of South Africa [NAA-SA] was formed in 2000 to represent the B&B industry nationally and to interact with other key roleplayers, who may affect the running of B&Bs in the country. All these Associations are self-regulating organisations run by B&B owners for B&B owners. MIDBABA is affiliated to NAA-SA.Continue reading →
On the 30th June, this website was not operational. The Middelburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry promotes and represents the interests and aspirations of the Middelburg business community.Continue reading →
The microscopy society of Southern Africa is a non-profit organisation dedicated to furthering microscopy in the broadest sense in all branches of science within the Southern African regionContinue reading →
Microlight Association of South Africa has its head office based at Rand Airport – Germiston and represents the microlight section of the Aero Club of South Africa which is responsible for all matters relating to sport aviation in South Africa.Continue reading →
The Metal Merchants Association was registered as an employers association in 1942 during WWII when South Africa introduced the Strategic Metals Act which severely limited the movement of secondary metal for recycling.
In 1999 the association changed its name to Metal Recyclers Association of South Africa (MRA) to accurately depict its involvement in the metal recycling industry. The constitution was amended and registered with the Department of Labour. The association adopted a code of conduct that commits its members to the highest degree of business ethics.
Today the MRA has a diverse membership base made up of organisations that are engaged in the collection and processing of more than 80% of all scrap metal in South Africa for beneficiation by downstream industry.Continue reading →
The Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council (MEIBC) is a statutory body created under the Labour Relations Act (LRA) to provide for the co-regulation of stable and productive employment relations in the metal and engineering industries.
The council is an industry based forum of organised business and labour that regulates employment conditions and labour relations in the metal and engineering industry. It provides the necessary, administrative infrastructure and technical expertise to ensure effective collective bargaining, industry compliance, dispute resolution and social protection services. As at end of November, The Council represented approximately 10 624 firms and 306 747 employees in the industry.Continue reading →
The Launching of MEWUSA was the first implementation of the principle of one union one industry in the National Council of Trade Unions since it was fromed in 1986. The union was launched against a background of co-ordinated state attacks against trade unions and democratic movement, as well as tough annual wage negotiations with metal employers who were also planning to deregulate some businesses in the metal industry. Against this repressive background thousands of workers flocked to NASREC on the 27 of May 1988 to launch the Metal and Electrical Workers Union of South Africa(MEWUSA). Unions which participated in the merger were the Black Electrical and Electronics Workers Union(BEEWU), the Electrical and Allied Workers Trade Union(EAWTUSA and the Engineering and Allied Workers Union(EAWUSA). Metal and Electrical Workers Union of South Africa is a Non-Racial, Non-Sexist, Democratic socialist union of the workers ,established and organised by the workers to fight against the frustrations of the workers with employers and to unite them with other workers in common struggle for their thoroughly democratic and social aspirations as the most revolutionary class in our modern capitalist society, the proletariat.bcaContinue reading →
You will find Merino sheep in almost every district of South Africa. Merinos, in great numbers will be found in the drier Northern Cape province, on the fertile lands of the winter rainfall areas of the Western Cape and millions of Merino sheep run on the Karooveld and Grassveld of the Eastern Cape and Free State. Well-known Merino Breeders with large top quality flocks are also found in the East Griqualand of Kwazulu Natal and the most parts of Mpumalanga.Continue reading →