The vision of the North West Tourism Board is ‘Your Partner Towards a Vibrant Tourism Sector in the North West Province’. Its mission is to provide an integrated tourism development support system towards a vibrant tourism sector in the North West Province.
The Board’s objectives are to: market the province as a tourism destination locally, provincially, nationally and internationally; provide tourism training and skills transfer in the sector; facilitate tourism investment promotion in the province; create an enabling environment for access to markets for new entrants to the tourism sector; and contribute to the establishment of an enabling environment for job creation in the tourism sector in the province.
The Anglican Board of Education in Southern Africa (ABESA) is an initiative that seeks to enable the provision of excellent, accessible and Christian education, primarily focused on the poor and previously disadvantaged communities. Central to this vision is a fundamental belief that every child deserves and should be able to obtain excellent education, in their own community and within walking distance.
The Electrical Conformance Board of South Africa (ECB) was established in 1983 as the national umbrella body and customer champion within the electrical and electronic sector. It is an unbiased registration body listing conforming organisations, products and persons. Manufacturers, importers, designers, installers, the public and the regulator see the ECB as their partner and interface between themselves and all of the various stake holders, promoting conformance, co-operation and support. The ECB works closely with other organizations, such as the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) to assist in the regulation of the industry.
The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) helps to transform the construction industry through inclusivity, high ethical standards, and amplifies contributions made by industry participants towards South Africa’s economy & society. All government institutions must register their projects in the Register of Projects.
The Board of Airline Representatives of South Africa (BARSA) represents the interests of its African and International members to government, airport operators and other stakeholders in the airline industry with the aim of facilitating and further developing a safe, efficient and viable aviation industry in South Africa.
The EAAB regulates the estate agency profession by ensuring that all persons carrying out the activities of an estate agent as a service to the public are registered with the EAAB. A fidelity fund certificate, which is to be renewed each year, is issued as evidence of such registration and confirmation that such person is legally entitled to carry out the activities of an estate agent.
The PIRB is a trusted professional body as recognised by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). The PIRB are here to serve and effectively administer a live and updated plumbing registration system in South Africa.
The Perishable Products Export Control Board (PPECB) is an independent service provider of quality certification and cold chain management services for producers and exporters of perishable food products. As a national public entity, the PPECB is constituted and mandated in terms of the Perishable Products Export Control Act (PPEC Act), No 9, of 1983 to perform cold chain services. The PPECB also delivers inspection and food safety services assigned by the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) under the APS Act, No.119 of 1990. The presence of the PPECB in the export industry is furthermore enhanced by its recognition as an approved third country under the European Commission Regulation 543 of 2011. This agreement recognises the South African inspection systems as equivalent to that of the EU inspection bodies and therefore ensures less frequent checks at the port of import into the EU.