The Domestic Water Heating Manufacturers Cluster of South Africa DWH-MANCOSA, has been established to promote the local industry within the parameters of designationContinue reading →
The DMASA, a Section 21 company dedicated to the protection and development of the Interactive and Direct Marketing Industry.Continue reading →
The aim of the Democratised Transport Logistics and Allied Workers’ Union is to advance and defend the interest of the workers in respect of all matters of mutual interest, unfair labour practises, and all forms of exploitations etc. between workers and their employers in order to improve the standard of living of workers.Continue reading →
OUR WORK INCLUDES
Informing, educating and supporting all people who have diabetes and their families.
Acting as an advocate for people with diabetes, lobbying for better facilities, cheaper medication and better services.
Promoting prevention through public awareness of diabetes, its symptoms and risks.
The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) is a national nursing association (NNA) and a representative organisation of nurses and nursing in South Africa, advancing the aspirations of nurses and advocating for their growth as both professionals and workers in the workplace.Continue reading →
The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry NPC was established in 1856 and is the oldest and largest metropolitan chamber in Africa. As a business-based and member-focused organisation, they work to protect and promote the interests of the eThekwini business community.Continue reading →
The Department of Science and Innovation’s mission is to provide leadership, an enabling environment, and resources for science, technology and innovation in support of South Africa’s development.Continue reading →
The Deaf Federation of South Africa promotes deaf education, the development of South African Sign Language and South African sign language interpreters, provincial development, and early intervention. DeafSA, formerly known as the South Africa National Council for the Deaf (SANCD), was founded in 1929, as a result of the need to provide services to the Deaf community on a national level. DeafSA is registered in terms of the Non Profit Organisations Act. Since 1994 DeafSA has been embarking on the transformation process alongside many other South African organisations in this new era of democracy. One of the highlights of this transformation was the change in the name of the organisation from SANCD to DeafSA, as well as the constitutional change, which resulted in the Deaf majority members serving on all the organisation’s management structures. This transformation is one of the biggest milestones in the history of DeafSA, as it meant that the philosophy of self-representation was achieved and it enabled DeafSA to be accepted as an ordinary member of the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD).Continue reading →
The Durban Charter Boat Association
was founded in 1995:
To promote and encourage the establishment and maintenance of optimum standards of quality service in the interest of thepublic and for the protection of the good name of the industry. Durban Charter Boat Association members are experienced and dedicated deepsea fisherman with local knowledge of the deepsea fishing grounds off Durban
The vision of the DALRRD is equitable access to land, integrated rural development, sustainable agriculture and food security for all and its mission is to accelerate land reform, catalyse rural development and improve agricultural production to stimulate economic development and food securityContinue reading →