Description Website Rehabilitation Association for Injured Workers Contact details Physical address 34 Harrison St, Benoni, 1501 Postal Address City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone (011) 4218232 EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this … Continue reading →
The primary aim of NERPO is to commercialise the developing agricultural sector and ensure meaningful participation of black individuals within the mainstream commercial agribusiness sector, hence ensuring the long term sustainability of the agricultural sector in South Africa.Continue reading →
To assist and empower people throughout Southern Africa to develop their reading, writing and learning, information and communication skills so that they can become independent life-long learners.Continue reading →
Randfontein Publicity Association (RPA) is a non-profit organisation that helps promote local business and also hosts the well known annual Randfontein Show, the third largest show of its kind in the country. The Randfontein Show has been recognised as the West Rands biggest business and social extravaganza.Continue reading →
The RCCI protects the interests of business in the region, promotes the private enterprise system and market-orientated approach with equal opportunities for all while assisting businesses to adapt to realities that cannot be changedContinue reading →
Rand Aid Association is a well-established and successful non-profit organisation offering accommodation in a variety of independent-living retirement villages and frail care centres. With us you will find a well-appointed retirement home and a support structure that offers a carefree retirement, in beautiful grounds with well-maintained buildings.
Our unique business model enables us to also sustainably care for Elders and others in need. Become part of our caring, dynamic, connected community.
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 RMAA (Red Meat Abattoir Association) is a representative forum for abattoir owners in South Africa. The abattoir industry is responsible for the conversion of livestock to meat. This process remains critical to ensure a safe and wholesome product to consumers. The Meat Safety Act, 2000 (Act no. 40 of 2000) addresses measures to promote the safety of meat and animal products and to establish and maintain Essential National Standards in respect of abattoirs.Continue reading →
The Recording Industry of South Africa (RiSA) is a non-profit organization and acts as a Trade Association of South African Record Companies with members who have a common economic interest in the recorded music industry in South Africa.Continue reading →
The website for this association was not working on the 14th December 2020. RRA was officially established on 11 October 2000. Over 20 major companies and organisations are now members. Support for the creation of RRA came from the Committee for Railway Engineering (CRE) in 1998. At the time, CRE represented a group professional road and railway engineers, including academics who had become increasingly concerned that South Africas transport resources were not being utilised in the most effective manner. Pierre Lombard, CRE Chairman, thought that an independent transport industry support group representing in particular, private industry, could rise above narrow sectarian and modal interests. The RailRoad Association believes that it can make a positive contribution towards resolving South Africas serious transport problems. It wishes to create a forum for discussion and debate amongst industry leaders, politicians and the general public at large. Highlighting the complex issues that must be resolved will be treated as a matter of urgency. A better understanding of these issues and their inter-relationship is essential for all South Africans. RRA will also encourage the development of greater trust and a closer working relationship between members of the South African rail and road industry.Continue reading →