Agricultural Writers SA is a voluntary, non-profitmaking professional association promoting the image and standards of agricultural journalism in South Africa. It is representative of agricultural journalists serving the industry through magazines, newspapers, radio and television. Qualified membership is also extended to friends of the agricultural media. It remains, however, primarily a body run by journalists for journalists.is representative of agricultural journalists serving the industry through magazines, newspapers, radio and television. Qualified membership is also extended to friends of the agricultural media. It remains, however, primarily a body run by journalists for journalists. It is representative of agricultural journalists serving the industry through magazines, newspapers, radio and television. Qualified membership is also extended to friends of the agricultural media. It remains, however, primarily a body run by journalists for journalists.Continue reading →
The Animal Feed Manufacturers Association (AFMA) of South Africa is the official industry representative body of the formal animal feed manufacturing industry.Continue reading →
AFRA is a land rights advocacy non-governmental organisation (NGO) working to support marginalised black rural people, with a focus on farm dwellers. We are working towards an inclusive, gender equitable society where rights are valued, realised and protected, essential services are delivered, and land tenure is secure. We work intensively with communities in and around the uMgungundlovu District Municipality in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africand extensively in offering support and advice.Continue reading →
The African Rail Industry Association is the new name for the RaIlroad Association (RRA). The African Rail Industry Association (ARIA) is a representative of companies that are Original Equipment Manufacturers, Rail operators, or Rail Services Companies in the rail sector associated industries. It is a fully-fledged Export Council acknowledged and supported by the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition. The Export Council is committed to creating opportunities for the South African industry on the continent and globally.Continue reading →
The African Muslim Farmers Association (AMFA), aims to foster unity and goodwill amongst Muslim farmers of Africa in support of the agricultural sector. The organisation was formalised following the first inception workshop held in Newcastle, KZN, on the 20th February 2016. This cooperation amongst farmers has led to Strength in Numbers. AMFA members are involved in diverse fields of farming such as game, livestock, crops, forestry and are farming not only countrywide but also continent-wide in countries such as Zambia and Botswana.Continue reading →
AIRCO, the Association of Independent Record Companies, is a non-profit, Section 21, South African national music industry association; pro-actively serving and representing the interests and development of South African independent record labels across South Africa and the world. AIRCO’s membership comprises independent record companies, across the full spectrum of music genres, from across South Africand ranging from small sole traders to some of the biggest independent operators in the country. AIRCO’s vision is to grow the Independent’s market share, improve visibility of independent music and artists, and promote key issues such as market access and cultural diversity in all national, regional and international policies.Continue reading →
The South African Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE SA) is a recognised South African professional body, representing and governing fraud examination professionals in South Africa.
The South African Chapter represents the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, which is the world’s largest anti-fraud and white-collar crime organisation and premier provider of training and education in these industries. Our members are committed to reducing white-collar crime worldwide and inspiring public confidence and objectivity within the profession.Continue reading →
The Association for Dietetics in SA (ADSA) is the professional organisation for Registered Dietitians. The primary aims of the Association are to serve the interests of Dietitians in South Africa and promote the nutritional well-being of the community.Continue reading →
ANFASA was formed as a national association especially for authors of general non-fiction works, textbooks and academic works, but it does not exclude authors of fictional works from membership. Many authors of fiction write non-fiction as well, and vice versa. ANFASA’s programmes, and its objectives, apply broadly to all authors. ANFASA is dedicated to defending their intellectual property rights, to promoting their works and to sharing information and offering advice and expertise on writing and publishing.
ANFASA’s vision is to be a member-driven association to uphold and enhance the profile and status of authors in South Africa, through advocating for the recognition of their works and protection of their rights, in collaboration and cooperation with other stakeholders in the book value chain such as publishers, booksellers and libraries.Continue reading →
AMIE aims to be the mouthpiece of meat importers and exporters in South Africa by ensuring dialogue between business, trade, and governments. Through our activities we aim to develop ever-stronger trade relations locally and globally by working towards fair trade for all in the value chain and global access to stimulating development and economical growth.Continue reading →