The Beverage Association of South Africa (BEVSA) is a not-for profit membership based industry organisation that represents the interests of the non-alcoholic beverage industry. Our members include large to small beverage manufacturing companies who produce, import, distribute, and sell a variety of non-alcoholic sparkling and still beverages, including soft drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks, bottled waters, flavoured and/or enhanced waters, ready-to-drink teas and coffees and dairy based beverages. Our purpose is to ensure sustainable growth of the non- alcoholic beverage sector in an open market whilst continuing to creating and maintaining a thriving business environment for the South African non-alcoholic beverage sector. As a representative body of manufacturers and distributors of a wide variety of non-alcoholic beverages, we believe that all of our products can be part of a healthy lifestyle.Continue reading →
Description Website Boitekong Business Forum Contact details Physical address Reitz St, Boitekong, Rustenburg, 0308 Postal Address City Rustenburg Province North West Province Telephone (078) 2409212 EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this … Continue reading →
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The Biokinetics Association of South Africa (BASA) is a professional body registered as a Section 21 company (Non Profit Organisation) representing approximately 1100 practitioners in South Africa.
The Businesswomen’s Association is currently the largest association of professional and businesswomen in South Africa with a Head Office in Johannesburg and nine branches across the country. The BWA is a non-profit, voluntary organisation committed to offering real value in the form of leading and training, connecting and supporting members and South African business.
The Association aims to be a united, non-racial business organisation that helps businesswomen to create connections on multiple dimensions – personal, professional and business – throughout their career. It also creates opportunities for women business owners to grow their businesses.
As a national association with regional branches, it also provides local and national forums where members can exchange ideas, be informed about topical issues and create business opportunities.
It acts as a lobby group on women’s business issues, highlighting and publicising not only the barriers to success that may still exist but also the many opportunities available to women in South Africa today.Continue reading →
The Business Skills for South Africa (BSSA) Foundation is a non-profit, educational trust established in 1994 by PwC and the National Industrial Chamber (NIC).
BSSA’s mission is to provide business skills training for the benefit of the full range of SMMEs in SA, and to create sustainable jobs and increase wealth through the transfer of practical business skills.Continue reading →
BUSA is a non-profit company, representing organised business in South Africa. BUSA consists of 36 organisational members representing the following membership categories: unisectoral organisations, corporate representative organisations, chambers of commerce and industry and professional organisations. There is a closed group of 23 corporate members that constitutes a Board of Trustees. BUSA was formed in 2003 as the apex body representing organised business in South Africa. The vision was to unite organised business and build upon the instrumental role played by certain business in the peaceful transition to democracy. At the time, it joined together the former Business South Africa, that was representative of established business organisations and organisations representing black business interests. In 2013, however, the BMF and a number of professional organisations exited BUSA and joined together to form the Black Business Council (BBC). BUSA is the formally recognised representative of business at the National Economic Development and Labour Advisory Council (NEDLAC). BUSA members represent business on a variety of statutory bodies and advisory councils. Together with the BBC, BUSA represents business on the Presidential Business Working Group. BUSA and many of its members are represented on the CEO Initiative Steering Committee. BUSA is affiliated with the SADC Private Sector Forum, the BRICS Council, Business Africa, and the International Organisation of Employers (IOE) as well as playing a role in the B20. BUSA does and has the opportunity to cement its role as the leading apex body in South Africa speaking for and behalf of business. There is some confusion as to which body represents all of business. The need to address this extends to explicit co-operation with members of BUSA such as SACCI and BLSA, as well as addressing some of the confusion externally as to the role of the CEO initiative and the BBC.Continue reading →
Description Website Butterworth Taxi Drivers` Association Contact details Physical address 23 Alexandra Rd., Umtata 5100 Postal Address PO Box 808, Umtata 5100 City Butterworth Province Telephone EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you have additional details for … Continue reading →
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Description Website Brits Industrialists Association Contact details Physical address Brits Industrialists Association Soutter St., Pretoria, 0183 Postal Address PO Box 933, Pretoria, 0001 City Pretoria Province Gauteng Telephone (012) 3271487 EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you … Continue reading →
Description Website Building Allied Mining & Construction Workers Union Contact details Physical address Postal Address City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone (011) 8331542/3 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please let us … Continue reading →