The SAAFP is the national association of family doctors, representing South Africa on the World Organisation of Family Doctors (WONCA). The aim of the SAAFP is to develop the discipline and body of knowledge of family medicine through research, education and training, provide for the professional needs of its members such as continuing professional development, and to represent the opinion of the profession on national and international forums.Continue reading →
The Academy comprises eminent engineers of all disciplines and related professionals with proven ability and achievement. It is able to harness their wealth of knowledge and experience which, with the interdisciplinary character of the membership, provides a unique resource for independent, evidence-based advice. The SAAE maintains relations with overseas Academies of Engineering and in 2009 was admitted as a member of the International Council of Academies of Engineering and Technological Sciences (CAETS).Continue reading →
The South African Sugar Technologists’ Association (SASTA) is a technical society for persons engaged in the South African sugar industry. Its main objective is to promote the exchange of scientific knowledge related to sugarcane agriculture and the processing of sugarcane products.Continue reading →
The South African Advertising Research Foundation (SAARF) is a non-profit body that does media audience and products research on behalf of the communications industry. It is well known for its research surveys SAARF AMPS, SAARF RAMS and SAARF TAMS as well as its other products namely the SAARF Development Index and the SAARF Universal Living Standards MeasureContinue reading →
Founded in 1978, the Chamber is a non-government, apolitical, industry-led and community powered organization driven to promote business between South Africa and Israel.
We have vast experience in identifying and creating business opportunities for the benefit of our members and partners, and in assisting them in bridging the cultural differences and closing deals successfully.
We are a portal for the distribution of information on technology, innovations and opportunities for our members and an interface to facilitate connections between them and their counterparts in Israel and South Africa.
We cooperate and engage with our sister organizations in Israel; we maintain a large network of resources and connections to empower our members with live, up to date, relevant information; we facilitate collaboration with motivated and professional correspondents and advisors.Continue reading →
SOS Childrens Villages provide care through our family-like villages, our family strengthening programmes and our community service centres. We build families for children in need, we help them shape their own futures, and we share in the development of their communities.Continue reading →
RAD Foundation believes in M.A.G.I.C (Music and Arts Growing Inspired Children), and introduces the Arts to Rural communities, providing a platform for integration and unity in diversity, through classes, workshops, carnivals and festivals. Our aim is to get youth off the streets and into a environment where they can learn, grow and achieve manageable goals. Working in collaboration with several other NPOs to ensure reaching all target groups of youth to introduce them to the projects which include: HIV/AIDS awareness, substance abuse, life skills, recycling, nutrition and other relevant youth issues.Continue reading →
The Royal Society of South Africa has as its aim the furtherance of all aspects of science, and is the oldest multi-disciplinary science-based Society in South Africa. It consists of Fellows and Foreign Associates who are elected solely on the basis of their scientific standing, and Members elected on the basis of their interest in scienceContinue reading →
Rowing South Africa (RowSA) represents 3,000 registered rowers in South Africa including novices, juniors, university students, seniors and masters and people with disabilities.Continue reading →
We are an accredited firearms and ammunition collectors associationContinue reading →