The Human Rights Institute of South Africa (HURISA) is a non-profit making non-governmental organisation which provides professional services towards the promotion of a human rights culture, peace and democracy. Our mission is attained through the provision of training and education in human rights, dissemination of human rights information and conducting research and advocacy in South Africa and beyond.Continue reading →
South African Visual Arts Historians (SAVAH) is an organisation of academics and professionals that seek to advance the professional practice of art history and visual culture in South Africa and to forge relations with practitioners from other disciplines and regions.Continue reading →
VANSA operates as a support point and development agency for contemporary art practice in South Africa. We develop industry knowledge, resources, networks and projects that are concerned with realising new social, cultural and economic possibilities for contemporary art practice in the South African and wider African context. VANSA is a national network of artists and arts organisations with just over 7000 members.Continue reading →
Since its inception in 1902, the South African Society of Artists has had an enormous influence on local art development and appreciation. The society currently comprises over 450 members, and is headed by a Council comprising 10 members, all of whom have their particular portfolios. Many members also volunteer their help in organizing and running the exhibitions and other events. Many nationalities are represented amongst our members who contribute to a varied and interesting mix of cultures, ideas and talents.Continue reading →
The Association for Southern African Professional Archaeologists (ASAPA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that exists for the purpose of establishing, maintaining and promoting archaeology in southern Africa (all SADC states). ASAPA is committed to the development of archaeological research, management (the term management includes all related concepts such as conservation, curation, archaeotourism and restoration), outreach and the exchange of archaeological expertise and information in, and beyond, southern Africa.Continue reading →
As per the Framework for Provision of Career Development Services, we were established to function as the Professional Body for Career Development Practitioners in South AfricaContinue reading →
SAACI is the recognised umbrella body of the Conference and Meetings Industry in Southern Africa.Continue reading →
The Southern Africa Association for the Advancement of Science is a non-profit organization with the following objectives:
Promotion of contact between associations, groups and individuals, professional as well as laymen, who are interested in all aspects of science and related activities.
To initiate and organise gatherings and excursions with a scientific theme.
To promote scientific and human activities which are environmentally friendly
The promotion of a scientific approach to education.Continue reading →
Description Website SA Association for Taxidermists Contact details Physical address Postal Address PO Box 84 Strubens Valley, 1735 City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone (011) 7947118 EMAIL email@example.com Other information Remarks On the 15th january 2021, the website for … Continue reading →
The South African Taxidermy & Tannery Association (SATTA) was established in October 2016 with the aim to become the officially recognized body to serve the Taxidermy, Tannery and Dip & Pack industry in South Africa. We are actively working with government, related organizations and associations to secure the future for a legitimate industry, and in addition to raise the profile and standard within the South African industry.Continue reading →