The SA Cotton Textile Manufacturers’ Association (SACTMA) is an industrial federation which aims to provide an excellent service to its members by advancing and promoting their trade and trade-related interests.Continue reading →
The South African Consolidated Recreational Angling Association (SACRAA) is a non-profit association that has been established in reaction to the limited level of recognition of the recreational sector by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries (DAFF), the lack of transparency and interaction with the sector by DAFF, and out of concern for the declining state of some of our key angling species. SACRAA is an independent body that acts in the best interests of it members and the recreational fishing industry. It is not affiliated to any government institution or other angling organizations, but has the support of the South African Sport Anglers & Casting Confederation (SASACC; the controlling body for organized angling in South Africa) and the South African Fishing Tackle Agents & Distributors (SAFTAD). SACRAA is recognized as an interest group in terms of Section 8 of the Marine Living Resources Act (Act 18 of 1998) and will represent recreational fishing on Provincial Working Groups and local Co-Management Committees once the Inland Fisheries Policy is promulgated and implemented.Continue reading →
The Botanical Society was formed more than a century ago to help develop and support the country’s national botanical gardens. BotSoc’s mission has since grown to supporting plant conservation across South Africa through its branches and by working with key partners. Know, grow, protect and enjoy South Africa’s indigenous plants.Continue reading →
BESG was established in 1983 by senior staff of the then University of Natal Department of Architecture and Allied Disciplines, as a support group that defended communities against eviction from informal settlements in urban areas, largely as a result of inter-political party violence. In the early 1990’s, BESG became a key player in shaping planning and housing policies from local to national level. Since 1995, BESG has been a leader in enabling poor communities to access land, basic services, housing and administrative justice…..Continue reading →
The British Chamber of Business in Southern Africa is a British Chambers of Commerce accredited Chamber, part of the Overseas Business Networks initiative, a key programme of the British government that intends to stimulate and strengthen international business networks and UK exports.Continue reading →
The BER focuses primarily on the SA macro-economy and selected economic sectors. For over 55 years, it has been monitoring economic trends and identifying and analyzing the forces, both local and international that affect South African business. With this invaluable perspective, the BER can assist both private and public sector clients to make difficult decisions on economic issuesContinue reading →
The Building Industry Bargaining Council [Southern– and Eastern Cape] (BIBC) is a statutory body established i.t.o. section 27 of the Labour Relations Act 1995, with its prime objective being the enhancement and maintenance of sound employer/employee relations in the Building Industry in the Southern and Eastern Cape.Continue reading →
As one of South Africa’s 18 export councils, the Built Environment Professions Export Council (BEPEC) assists South African engineering, architects, and quantity surveying firms, as well as contractors to export their services into new markets in Africa and beyond.
As the prime export council in South Africa that focuses on built-environmental professions, we operate in a partnership with the South African Department of Trade and Industry (dti). As a result, our mandate is in line with their objectives: diversifying South Africa’s export sector by helping built-environment companies identify and access new markets. Additionally, we are also working towards transforming South Africans exports by helping smaller and black-owned businesses become export ready.Continue reading →
The Botshabelo Amalgamated Taxi Association is a Taxi Association operating from Botshabelo in the Free State.Continue reading →
The sport of bowls is a healthy activity which caters for all ages both young and old. It creates a fun environment for the social player as well as an atmosphere for the competitive sports person.
The sport in South Africa complies to international standards and Bowls SA is the governing body for the sport in South Africa.
Newcomers to the sport are encouraged and guided by qualified coaches and introduced to the club system.