APSA represents specialist prosthodontists and the speciality of prosthodontics. It is a special group of the South African Dental Association (SADA).Continue reading →
The SA Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (SAAAD) promotes a membership program that supports and encourages continued development in the dental industry by creating a community of like-minded individuals with a culture of excellence and integrity while prioritising the highest patient care standards. SAAAD’s mission is to promote excellence in South African dentistry through education and create public awareness of the value of quality dental care.Continue reading →
The SA Academy of Family Physicians 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 SA Academy of Engineering 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 mission and general objectives of the SA Akademie Vir Wetenskap & Kuns are the promotion of science, technology and literature in Afrikaans and the arts, as well as the promotion of the use and quality of Afrikaans (primarily within South Africa). Furthermore, it also involves the provision of service to society. This multidisciplinary organization, which seeks to serve the interests of all South Africans, strives for excellence, fairness, high scientific, moral and democratic values.Continue reading →
The English Academy is a non-profit organisation (021 267 NPO), founded in 1961.The English Academy is concerned with all forms and functions of English. It interests itself in English in education, promotes research and debate, organises lectures, makes representations about language matters, rewards excellence and fosters the creative, critical and scholarly talents of users (and would-be users) of English in Southern Africa.Continue reading →
The Dance Academy of South Africor DASstrives to achieve excellence in dance, especially ballet, by aspiring to world-class standards. We are constantly training and developing our teachers and students, optimising the development of the whole child by using a compassionate and caring approach.
The DASA ballet syllabus ranges from Tiny Tots for 4 to 6 year olds through Grades to Advanced Performance for senior students. DASA also offers an exciting array of medal dances, including ballet, modern and national dances, which provide an opportunity for students to perform and experience different dance styles. Examination grading varies for each grade.Continue reading →
The IAP is dedicated to the advancement of Pathology through educational exchanges in South Africa and in Africa.
The website will provide information about the local IAP and will provide links to other IAP sites and to upcoming congresses.
A Window on the South African Indian CommuityContinue reading →