AgriSETA creates and promotes opportunities for social, economic and employment growth for agri-enterprises through relevant, quality and accessible education, training and development in both primary and secondary agriculture, in conjunction with other stakeholders in agriculture.Continue reading →
The SA Fenestration & Insulation Energy Rating Authority (SAFIERA) represents the South African sandwich thermal panel industry on technical, regulatory, quality assurance and product acceptance issues.
TPMA Members include 12 of the leading manufacturers of polystyrene, polyurethane, polyisocyanurate and rock wool cored panels.
The Property Practitioners Regulatory Authority (PPRA) primary mandate includes, among others, regulating the affairs of all property practitioners; allowing for transformation in the property sector and to ensure consumer protection against undesirable practices and conduct of property practitioners.
The Property Practitioners Act (PPA) on which the PPRA derive its core mandate and responsibilities is a consumer-centric organisation whose primary aim is to protect consumers in the property industry as well as to instil transformation of the property practitioner industry and to maintain professional standards in the property practitioners sector.Continue reading →
The SA Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) is an entity of the National Department of Health, created by the South African Government to ensure that the health and well-being of human and animal health are at its core.Continue reading →
The Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act No. 29 of 1996 and is a registered Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) for the mining and minerals sector in terms of the Skills Development Act No 97 of 1998 as amended.
The MQA must supports the objectives of the National Skills Development Plan (NSDP) 2020-2030 as guided by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), and also supports the objectives of the Mining Charter in terms of the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act No. 29 of 1996.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.
The Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority’s (INSETA) primary purpose is grow the pool and quality of critical and scarce skills within the insurance sector. These skills enhance the sector while supporting the transformation of the country.Continue reading →
The merSETA is one of the 21 Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETAs). Established to promote skills development in terms of the Skills Development Act of 1998 (as amended), the 21 SETAs broadly reflect different sectors of the South African economy. The merSETA encompasses Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services.Continue reading →
ICASA is responsible for regulating the telecommunications, broadcasting and postal industries in the public interest and ensure affordable services of a high quality for all South Africans. It also issues licences to telecommunications and broadcasting service providers, enforces compliance with rules and regulations, protects consumers from unfair business practices and poor quality services, hears and decides on disputes and complaints brought against licensees, and controls and manages the effective use of radio frequency spectrumContinue reading →