The Maritime Law Association of South Africa was established in February 1974 as a result of concern among maritime lawyers and the shipping industry that legislation in South Africa regulating maritime affairs did not appear to be keeping pace with developments elsewhere in the world.Continue reading →
MARIS (Marine and Antarctic Research for Innovation and Sustainability) is the new interdisciplinary center for Marine and Antarctic Science projects, involving multiple departments within the University of Cape Town: Biological Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Oceanography.
The centre is an aggregator of competence and expertise that considers academic and technological knowledge in relation to societal benefits, with the overarching aim of enhancing the production of knowledge and human capacity in marine and Antarctic research.Continue reading →
The Manyasing Taxi Association is a Taxi Association operating from Ladybrand in the Free StateContinue reading →
The Majeto Taxi Association is a Taxi Association operating from Jericho, North West ProvinceContinue reading →
Established in 2008 as a corporate association of manufacturers, the Manufacturing Circle engages with key stakeholders to promote the benefits of manufacturing growth for the broader economy, influence policy, and highlight opportunities and key priorities for manufacturing growth. In pursuit of these objectives, the Manufacturing Circle meets periodically with government ministers, heads of key state-owned entities, provincial and local government leaders; and other business sector leaders.Continue reading →
The merSETA is one of the 21 Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs). Established to promote skills development in terms of the Skills Development Act of 1998 (as amended), the 21 SETAs broadly reflect different sectors of the South African economy. The merSETA encompasses Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services.Continue reading →
MIASA is an industry association linking companies across South Africa to represent and grow the boating and marine manufacturing industry. MIASA plays a vital role in liaising between industry, government and other stakeholders to promote the industry and address challenges and blockages. It seeks to represent the entire industry value chain from manufacturers and retailers to consumer and business services both nationally and internationallyMIASA is a member of the International Council of Marine Industry Associations and it works closely with the South African Boat Builders Export Council (SABBEX).
The Marine Industry Association of South Africa was established as a nationally inclusive, representative association to unite the entire boating industry, from boatbuilders and their suppliers to retailers, importers, brokers, surveyors, yacht clubs, fishing associations, to name but a few.
MIASA is open to all companies and covers the entire boating value chain from design to manufacture, to sale, to mooring to boating activities.Continue reading →
The Maize Trust was founded in August 1998 to promote the South African maize industry. The Trust serves the industry through financial support for institutions and organisations with programmes aimed at market and production related research. The secondary objectives of the Trust are to fund the assimilation and dissemination of market information and to broaden market access for the benefit of the maize industry.Continue reading →
The Malmesbury Chamber of Commerce, with the aim of keeping businesses in the town’s interests at heart, realizes since the time of constraint how important it is for businessmen to stand together to deal with the effects of the pandemic.Continue reading →
The Bloemfontein (Mangaung) Chamber of Commerce and Industry was constituted in March 2004 following unity negotiations among three former business organisations – CBI/SBI (‘Central Business Incorporated), the AHI and NAFCOC. In forming a new chamber of commerce and industry, the unifying bodies agreed to forego their independent identities. Following the unification, the Bloemfontein Chamber of Commerce and Industry is actively campaigning for recognition of the local and provincial governments as the representative of the business community in Bloemfontein as well as the Free State. The membership of the BCCI consists of over 500 companies – a membership that places the Chamber as one of the top 10 chambers of commerce in South AfricaContinue reading →