The Society strives to promote and develop the Cape boerperd breed. The society is also known as the Kaapse Boerperd Telersgenootskap.Continue reading →
The altetrnative name for this society is “Charolais Beestelersgenootskap”.The societys mission is the promotion and development of an effortless, economical, highly effective beef cattle breed which is
adapted to Southern African grazing and feeding conditions.
CATEGORIES OF SERVICES:
Disability, Health, Mental Health, Community Development, Empowerment, Advocacy, Skills Development, Human Rights, HIV/Aids and Mental Illness, Arts and Culture, Women and Children, Orphaned and Vulnerable Children.Continue reading →
Also known as the Vroue-landbouvereniging, Kaapprovinsie, the Cape Women’s Agricultural Association is a womens organisation aimed at personal growth, giving their members the opportunity for personal advancement and community service. It allows members to work towards a healthy family life; effectively give attention to those less fortunate with various needs, and to offer their service in this regard.Continue reading →
The Capital City Business Chamber (CCBC) is a recognized Chamber of Commerce working for the success of the Business Community in the Capital City (Pretoria/Tshwane).Continue reading →
Uplifting Blind and Visually Impaired Persons through education, access to assistive resources and career development programmes in an honest, ethical and caring environment.Continue reading →
The Collision Repairers Association of South Africa (CRA) is an organisation that promotes panel beaters and repair shops to maintain and deliver a high standard and world-class service to all their customers.Continue reading →
Over the past decade, Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation has had a remarkable impact on the people and communities in which it works. Through dedication, collaboration and a commitment to creating positive change, we continue to build on our previous achievements to create a South Africa we can all be proud of.Continue reading →
CHOC is a non-profit organisation made up of caring, committed and passionate people who stand up for and support the well-being of children and teenagers diagnosed with cancer or life threatening blood disorders and their families.Continue reading →
Child Welfare Tshwane (previously Pretoria Kinder- en Gesinsorgvereniging) is a registered, non-profit child protection organisation that has been caring for, protecting and empowering vulnerable children in Tshwane since 1918.
We are based in Groenkloof, Pretoria, with easily accessible service points across the City and we offer our social work services to all the children in the city, between the ages of 0 and 18. As an active affiliate of Child Welfare South Africa, we uphold and maintain professional standards of service delivery in our endeavours to strengthen family ties and to ensure that each child has the opportunity to reach his/her full potential.Continue reading →