The KZNIA is a voluntary organisation of architectural professionals: from students to practicing architects and technologists. Begun in 1901, it is one of the oldest architectural institutes in South Africa.Continue reading →
The South African Furniture Initiative (“SAFI”) is a joint initiative of industry, labour and government, and thus has the common interest of promoting development and growth of the South African furniture industry for the benefit of all stakeholders.Continue reading →
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Solidarity Helping Hand’s calling is community development. This is what we want to do, must do and keep ourselves busy. People are connected to each other. We have a responsibility to each other and to the community. We live in a community and want to develop the community in which we live.Continue reading →
Nephrologists have been on the ‘front line’ of the response to the pandemic. Our patients are vulnerable for a variety of well described reasons. Chronic kidney disease, dialysis, transplant status, immune suppression, diabetes mellitus and hypertension are all risk factors for more severe COVID19. These conditions comprise most of our practice. Nephrologists around the country have put their gloves (and other PPE!) on, and have committed themselves to the well being of their patients. Our members embodied a spirit of community, commitment, and co-operation in serving society.Continue reading →
The Tembisa Self-Help Association of the Disabled (T-SHAD) is a community-based development programme that was initiated in 1990. T-SHAD established a self-help factory with various income-generating projects where people with disabilities can thrive and deliver a meaningful service to their community. Their projects range from gardening, recycling and wheelchair-repairs to computer training.Continue reading →
Serving the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community since 1994.
The second-oldest LGBT organisation in South Africa, OUT provides stigma-free HIV, sexual health and other services to gay, bisexual and MSM communities. We also work to eradicate LGBT+ hate crimes and discrimination while assisting and supporting victims.
SAMCA is the South African Majorette and Cheerleading Association is the SASCOC (South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee) recognized Federation for Majorettes and Cheerleading in South Africa. They have Regional offices in 8 Provinces, making accessibility within reach for all athletes and interested shareholders.
The Association strives to promote and make the sport with its related activities available to any athlete in South Africa. Athletes in neighbouring countries who find the sport interesting are more than welcome to take part.Continue reading →
South African Sign Language Association is committed to bridge the communication Gap between the Deaf and Hearing Worlds through South African Sign Language TrainingContinue reading →
Deaf teachers, doctors, lawyers, business tycoons, architects, managers, computer programmers, artists, psychologists, academics, actors and sport stars are ready to be educated. SLED works in partnership with teachers, schools, education departments, Deaf organisations, funding partners, donors, and people of good will, towards the education that Deaf learners need to fulfil their potential.Continue reading →