The National Cleaner Production Centre of South Africa (NCPC-SA) is a national programme of government that promotes the implementation of resource efficiency and cleaner production (RECP) methodologies to assist industry to lower costs through reduced energy, water and materials usage, and waste management. It is hosted by the CSIR on behalf of the Department of Trade and Industry.Continue reading →
South African History Online (SAHO) was established in 1998 and registered in June 2000 as a not for profit Section 21 organisation. SAHO has over two decades become the largest and most comprehensive online website on South African and African history and culture.
SAHO website, is linked to a partnership programme with universities, schools and community based history projects. It has become an integral part of the higher education landscape and the go to website for information on South African and African history with just over 6m visitors a year.
SAHO, is recognised as a national cultural and heritage asset. In April 2018 the State President awarded the CEO and Founder of SAHO, Omar Badsha, the National Order of Ikhamanga (silver), “for his commitment to the preservation of our country’s history through ground-breaking and well-balanced research and collection of profiles and events of the struggle for liberation.” SAHO is also a winner of the National Institute of Humanities and Social Science Annual Award for digital Humanities.Continue reading →
This research focus area carries out primary and secondary research, development and technology transfer with respect to Animal Breeding and Improvement, Rangelands and Nutrition, and Food Science and Technology to improve productivity and sustainable resource utilisation. In addition, this research focus area serves as the custodian of national assets such as the conservation of animal, forage and bacterial culture collection genetic resources, including databases and DNA banks associated with them.Continue reading →
The club was founded in 1994 by shift workers from Tutuka Power Station who have a need to participate in organised fishing but cannot join a club angling on specific weekends. So the club adapts to our shift workers. We are located in Standerton and we have the prime of fishing waters around Grootdraai Dam.Continue reading →
The Arbitration Foundation of SA (AFSA) is a private dispute resolution authority which manages and administers the confidential resolution of a wide-range of local and international disputes by way of mediation, adjudication, arbitration and related processes. AFSA’s head office is in Sandton, Johannesburg, with branch offices in Cape Town, Pretoria, Durban, Mthatha and the Garden Route.
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The Association of Architectural Aluminium Manufacturers of SA (AAAMSA) was founded by eight companies in July 1974 to foster trade and commerce in relation to those persons associated in the manufacture and installation of architectural aluminium structures. Its main objective is to promote commercial and group interest
AAAMSA is a non-profit, voluntary organization committed to fostering trade and commerce in relation to the persons associated in the manufacture and installation of Fenestration, Glass & Glazing, Thermal, Ceiling and Partitioning in the Building Industry.Continue reading →
MMA acts in a watchdog role to promote ethical and fair journalism that supports human rights.
The organisation promotes democracy and a culture where media and the powerful respect human rights and encourage a just and fair society.
MMA’s vision is a responsible, quality media that enables an engaged and informed citizenry in Africa and across the world. MMA aims to promote the development of a free, fair, ethical and critical media culture in South Africa and the rest of the continent.Continue reading →
The primary goals of the Society are to maintain the breed standards, and to to promote benefits of the Angus cattle breed to both established and prospective stock farmers.Continue reading →
The FCJ (Forum of Community Journalists) is an independent, non-profit, non-racial and voluntary organisation (registered as a Section 21 company) striving to promote and express the interests of all journalists employed on a permanent or freelance basis at regional community newspapers, magazines and online community publications in South Africa.Continue reading →
The SA Science Journalists’ Association is a non-profit, non-governmental, national organisation for science and technology writers.
SASJA is the professional association of science media practitioners in South Africa. It is a non-profit, non-governmental, national organisation, mainly representing the interests of science and technology (including health, environmental, engineering, sports) journalists and other science media practitioners.
SASJA encourages networking and training in the interest of sound science journalism. We strive to improve communication between the science community and general society by evaluating information according to strict journalism ethics and presenting it either in print, or via the electronic media – television, radio and internet – to the public.