NHSA has its activities focused on assisting the busy but enthusiastic hunter and/or sport shooter who cannot always participate in the usual structured activities presented by other highly respected hunting and sport shooting associations in South Africa.Continue reading →
We understand the value of offering personal and quality services that are part of every travellers personal journey. We want to unlock the full potential of the integral service provided by smaller accommodation providers. These businesses form the backbone of South Africas Tourism Industry, a pillar of our economy.Continue reading →
Every year, the ICSA and Indoor Cricket Arena’s, host various National Tournaments around the country.Teams are selected per Province and on a trial basis. This is normally a few months prior to the tournament. These players are selected from the arenas within that region. They then practice as hard as they can before the tournament.At tournament, the provincial teams compete against all other participating provinces to determine the champions.Continue reading →
In its capacity as the Sports Governing Body for the pointing breeds in South Africa, the NFTA keeps a database of purebred field trial British Breed and Continental Breed dogs, which records their lineage, their field trial awards, certain health-related information and other data that are pertinent to the sport of field trialing.Continue reading →
The Association represents the interests of its members who are involved in both weft and warp knitting in all fibre and yarn compositions and the dyeing, printing and finishing of these fabrics.Continue reading →
NEASA was the first employers association to register under the Labour Relations Act of 1995, which allowed for the registration of employers associations not limited to specific industries. The first meeting of NEASA took place on 3 April 1996, when the steering committee, under the leadership of the current Chief Executive (Gerhard Papenfus), met in Johannesburg.
NEASA provides all employers, regardless of business size and industry, access to affordable, top quality labour law services, as well as other labour services. NEASA passionately defends the interests of employers nationally across all industries and multiple bargaining councils. Their presence is visible on all appropriate forums (parliament, courts and the media), and they are one of South Africas leading collective bargaining role players. NEASA is known to be South Africas most prominent lobbyist for the rights of employers.
The National Employers Association of South Africa commands a substantial presence in all sectors and industries in South Africa. NEASA is currently represented on the Metal and Engineering Industries Bargaining Council (MEIBC), Motor Industry Bargaining Council (MIBCO) and the National Bargaining Council for the Road Freight and Logistics Industry (NBCRFLI).Continue reading →
SAGDAs vision for the future of the garage door industry revolves around creating a compliant free, regulated and safe environment for all members involved by increasing the level of professionalism found within the industry.Continue reading →
Description Website National Co-operative Association of SA Contact details Physical address 976 Schoeman Street, Arcadia, Pretoria Postal Address City Pretoria Province Gauteng Telephone (012) 3421207 EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this … Continue reading →
The Association was constituted as a National Association in 1987 and is dedicated to developing and setting appropriate standards for the contract cleaning industry.
Its mission is to provide leadership to the industry by striving to create a professional environment through facilitating and co-ordinating industry activities, by providing quality services, maintaining a national platform and influencing the environment to achieve the desired benefits for its members and the community as a whole.Continue reading →
The National Community Based Paralegal Association (NCBPA) represents paralegals and advice offices from all nine provinces in South Africa. Although its purpose is to serve as a voice and advocate for the paralegal sector, it has often been used as a funding conduit by international donors. There is a critical need for the NCBPA to clarify its role as an advocate for the paralegal sector.Funding will support a year-long organizational development and strategic planning process including sharing and analyzing new policies through workshops; training provincial NCBPA management committees in management, administration, finance, community development and service delivery; developing a three-year program plan; and exploring mechanisms for an appropriate funding conduit for the paralegal sector.The NCBPA was established in 1996 as a national network of paralegals. Its mission is to develop and coordinate the work of affiliate legal advice offices across the country to improve understanding and access to rights.Continue reading →