PainSA is a chapter of the International Association for the Study of Pain. Their mission is to improve all aspects of pain management in Southern Africa. PainSA is a multidisciplinary society whose membership includes all Health Care Professionals.Continue reading →
The CDI is a craft and design sector development agency with a mission to develop capable people and build responsible creative enterprises trading within local and international markets.
The CDI is a non-profit company with over 20 years of success in developing creative people, small businesses and the craft and design sector at large in South Africa. The CDI is a catalytic agent of change in the sector, and passionate about developing appropriately skilled, resourced and digitally proficient practitioners who can successfully leverage opportunities for growth and development.
The CDI currently supports over 5 500 businesses and individuals in the South African craft and design sector. The small businesses supported by the CDI range from start-ups to exporting enterprises and are based all over South Africa – from rural towns to urban centres. CDI’s services help these businesses develop the right product/service for the right market using appropriate business and production systems; and facilitates national and international market opportunities to help them grow.Continue reading →
Founded in 1956 as “The South African Council for the Aged”, now known as “Age-in-Action”, is the body representing more than 2.7 million older people. The Organisation also has over 800 NGO’s as members who provide vital services to more than 150 000 older persons in need of care. In terms of its mission, namely to protect and promote the interests and well-being of all elderly personsContinue reading →
OHASA was registered with the South African Medical and Dental Council in April 1979. It was subsequently recognised by the International Liaison Committee on Dental Hygiene as a duly Constituted Group representing the interests of Oral Hygienists in South Africa in 1983.
With the assistance and support from OHASA a Professional Board for Oral Hygiene was established in October 1980 under the powers vested in the Minister of Health, Welfare and Pensions, Dr L A P A Munnik, by section 15(4) of the Medical, Dental and Supplementary Health Service Professions Act, 1974 (Act 56 of 1974).Continue reading →
The FP&M SETA consist of 13 sub-sectors namely the clothing, footwear, forestry, furniture, general goods, leather, packaging, printing, print media, publishing, pulp and paper, textiles and wood products ectors. TheFP@M SETA is mandated to provide skills development services in these sectors.Continue reading →
The FSCC was established to support, monitor and facilitate the implementation of the Forest Sector Transformation Charter and ensure a transformed and sustainable forest sector that is fully compliant with the Forest Sector Code.Continue reading →
Establishing a credible institutional mechanism for skills planning in South Africa.The Labour Market Intelligence research programme conducts research to inform monitoring, planning, and policy making for more effective skills development and equitable labour markets in South Africa.Continue reading →
For almost 40 years NADA has used “Acudetox” to treat addiction. It came to S.A.in 2010. NADA has trained 25000 practitioners in over 40 countries.Continue reading →
N.A.S.M.A. was founded in 1975 to promote & develop the adhesive & sealant industry in South Africa; the association’s aim is to ensure the competence, responsibility & integrity of its members. To date, the association consist of 10 full members who are responsible for 75% of all adhesives sold in South Africa and 18 associate members who are suppliers of raw materials, packaging & equipment to this industry. N.A.S.M.A. offers technical advice & will refer inquiries from interested parties to its full members.Continue reading →
The Ophthalmological Society of South Africa promotes the interests of ophthalmology in general and of its members in particular.
OSSA remains committed to a vision of attainable, best quality vision for all.
The society has a number of core functions and aims to support members whilst engaging with all stakeholders in eye care to provide patient driven care in the field of ophthalmology.Continue reading →