SAMSA leads and champions South Africas maritime interests as custodians and stewards of maritime policy. SAMSA has offivces throughout the country. Please visit their website for details of their other branches.Continue reading →
The vision of the Northern Cape Tourism Authority is to position the Northern Cape as an authentic leisure tourist and competitive business events destination that offers value-for-money tourism experiences.Continue reading →
The objectives of the National Horseracing Authority of Southern Africa in its identified territories are:
To regulate the sport of horseracing.
To govern the sport with integrity.
To serve the industry through excellent, efficient and effective administration of amongst others, the Stud Book, registrations, licensing, race day services and laboratory services.
To promote and/or encourage the promotion of the sport of horseracing, the quality of the thoroughbred, industry training and skills development.
To promote and foster co-operation and goodwill with recognised authorities, governments and other relevant stakeholders.
Description Website Independent Communications Authority of SA Contact details Physical address 350 Witch-Hazel Ave Eco-Park Estate Centurion Postal Address Private Bag X10 Highveld Park City Pretoria Province Gauteng Telephone (0123) 5683000/3001 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org Other information Remarks If you … Continue reading →
Heritage Western Cape is a provincial heritage resources authority.
Established in January 2003, this public entity seeks to identify, protect and conserve the rich and diverse heritage resources of the Western Cape.
There are landscapes, sites, artefacts, buildings and structures that are of significance to the people of the Western Cape. Identifying, protecting and conserving these heritage resources will ensure that they are promoted and conserved for generations to come.
Heritage Western Cape was established in terms of the National Heritage Resources Act, Act 25 of 1999. It is mandated to promote co-operative governance between national, provincial and local authorities for the identification, conservation and management of heritage resources.Continue reading →
The Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) was established in April 2000 after the promulgation of the Skills Development Act, 97 of 1998. Its primary objective is to influence the course of training and skills development in construction by ensuring that all training reflects the needs and requirement of the sector.Continue reading →
The Advertising Standards Authority of South Africa (ASASA) is an independent body, established and paid for by the marketing communications industry. It aims to ensure that its efficient system of self-regulation results in the best possible protection for both consumers and of the industry.Continue reading →