To promote all aspects related to the teaching, reserarch and employment in basic and applied human and animal physiology. By providing a spectrum of physiological information, the society strives to play a role in the progress of the physiological sciences in Southern Africa.Continue reading →
The Association has as its main objective the furtherance of history as a discipline in particular the study and understanding of the history of South Africa, by means of the following:
Ø the encouragement of history as a subject in South African universities, colleges of education and schools;
Ø the improvement of the quality of the teaching of History as a subject generally;
Ø the development and awareness of the importance of History;
Ø by publishing historical journals/magazines;
Ø by publishing any other publications of a historical nature and by supporting the publishing of historical material;
Ø by collecting historical documents and archival material and depositing them to the relevant South African archives;
Ø by promoting historical documents and archival material and depositing them to the relevant South African archives;
Ø by promoting historical museums through collecting relevant pieces for the museums;
Ø by co-operating with statutory bodies and other institutions involved with the preservation or restoration of historical artefacts (and articles); and
Ø by working together with other organisations to promote common ideals.
The English Academy is a non-profit organisation (021 267 NPO), founded in 1961. It is governed by an elected Council and administered by an Executive Committee, appointed by and from a Council.Continue reading →
Description Website Eastern Seaboard Association of Tertiary Institutions Contact details Physical address Corner of Francois and Cato Manor Roads, Overport Postal Address City Durban Province KwaZulu Natal Telephone (031) 2684457 EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks On the … Continue reading →
Crimsa is a non-governmental, voluntary, non-sexist, non-racial organisation aiming to promoting the academic, practical, social and universal relevance of Criminology alike in order to understand, control, prevent and reduce crime and its outcomes and to serve the Southern African community at large.
CRIMSA is a non-profit corporate academic society that aims to:
to promote, coordinate and apply the criminological sciences (Criminology, Victimology and criminal justice in particular, but also any academic discipline focusing on phenomena related to crime and victimisation) through study and academic interaction, research and community service;
to co-operate with interested local, regional and international institutions;
to create mediums for the publishing of, among other things, research results;
to promote and stimulate the academic interests of its members;
to inform the community about crime-related phenomena, criminal victimisation and reaction to crime;
to contribute to the broader transformation of society through equity and to endorse those values enshrined in the South African Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
The aim of the Classical Association of South Africa (CASA) is to promote the study and appreciation of classical antiquity. Membership is open to anyone who subscribes to this goal.
CASA organizes various activities both on a national and on a regional basis: A national conference is held biennially, but regional branches arrange more frequent local events.
The Classical Association of South Africa has been registered as a Non-Profit Organisation in terms of the Non-Profit Act (Act 71 of 1997).Continue reading →
The Astronomical Society of Southern Africa (ASSA), formed in 1922, is a body consisting of both amateur and professional astronomers.Continue reading →
We are the leading representative body for private providers of education, training and development in South Africa. We lead and guide our members by informing, representing, protecting, developing and lobbying in all business areas that affect private providers.Continue reading →
L’AFSSA (The Association for French Studies in Southern Africa/Association des Etudes Françaises en Afrique Australe), fondée le premier octobre 1970, est une association à but non-lucratif. S’adressant à tous ceux et celles qui s’intéressent aux recherches dans le domaine de la langue et de la littérature françaises, ainsi qu’à l’enseignement du français à tous les niveaux, notre objectif est de promouvoir les études françaises en Afrique Australe.Continue reading →
The Anatomical Society of Southern Africa (ASSA) founded in 1967, was born out of the Colloquia of the Anatomy Departments in the old Transvaal. Today, the Society represents anatomy departments from all tertiary institutions in Southern Africa (i.e. South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe); and maintains strong relations with Luanda, Angola and Lusaka, Zambia. The Society, through its annual meetings, website and list server promotes excellence in research and education and has become the professional home for biomedical researchers and educators in South Africa focusing on anatomy in its broadest sense. In addition to being the primary educators of students in the medical and allied health disciplines, research by ASSA members encompass clinical anatomy, embryology and developmental biology, imaging, cell biology, genetics, histology, neuroscience, forensics, microscopy, anthropology, movement science and numerous other exciting and developing areas. Members are internationally recognized for their contributions to developing and maintaining anatomy as the spine of biomedical science.Membership of the Society is open to all anatomists and to others with an interest in this field. The Society welcomes all those with an interest in anatomy to attend its meetings and present the results of their scientific work or case studies. Particular support is offered to junior academic staff and students who would wish to gain experience in presentation of their work.Continue reading →