The EOHCB is continuously striving to provide our members with a full range of services relating to labour matters. We endeavour to address the needs of our members with integrity, professionalism and sound business practice.Continue reading →
Established over 30 years, Exporters Club assists the business community by hosting monthly functions to enable our members to be kept up to date with current events taking place within the global market place, be they commercial or financial.
We give our members a forum to voice their concerns or give input on a variety of topics relative to the export industry, by networking with the major role players within the industry.
The members are drawn from all sections of the industry, from the shipping lines, freight forwarders, financial, marine insurance, exporters, and attracts the decision makers in these various fields.
The Exporters is a non-profit making organisation for persons/companies involved in exporting, either directly or indirectly, or for persons/companies with an interest in exporting, and our objectives are:
To provide for the exchange of ideas, information and experience amongst members.
To liaise closely with other export orientated clubs and bodies.
To apply all its funds to carry out such undertakings as may be necessary for or incidental to promoting the objectives of the club.
As the association representing expanded polystyrene manufactures, raw material suppliers and equipment suppliers in South Africa, it is EPSASAs mission to promote and grow the expanded polystyrene market.
EPSASA will achieve this by informing and educating the general public, as well as decision makers and opinion formers on the public and private sector on the benefits, multiple uses and environmentally friendly nature of expanded polystyrene products
EPSASA will strive to ensure that the quality and performance standards of its members are world class through the establishment and monitoring of standards, and will also act on their behalf in matters of common interest.Continue reading →
The role of EXSA is to serve the exhibition and events industry in South Africa. Our core strategy is to actively grow and develop the exhibition and events industry within Southern Africa. This is achieved through promoting the unique benefits offered by exhibitions and events, and raising the profile of our members who include venues and suppliers.Continue reading →
The Ethics Institute of South Africa (EthicsSA) is a non-profit, public benefit organisation. It was incorporated in September 1999 and commenced operations in August 2000.
EthicsSA sustains its operations through the training and services it offers to organisations in the public and private sectors, as well as to professional associations and their members.
EthicsSA’s vision is to build an ethically responsible society, by forming partnerships with the public and private sectors, and the professions. We serve as a resource through our thought leadership, research, training, support, assessments and certification activities.Continue reading →
The Ethnomedicine Practitioners Association of South Africa (EPASA) was established in 1987, in order to promote, enhance and unify the practice of ethnomedicine in South Africa.Continue reading →
Exstrueretur NPC is a registered Non Profit Organisation, with the aim of fighting against recidivism and helping at-risk youth with company registrations promoting independence through spirit of entrepreneurship.Continue reading →
Description Website Environmental and Developmental Agency Trust Contact details Physical address 54 Siemert Rd, Doornfontein, DOORNFONTEIN, 2094 Postal Address City Province Telephone (011) 4025161 EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, … Continue reading →
The Environmental Education Association of Southern Africa is a voluntary membership based multi-sectoral and multi-organisational association of educators, researchers, policy makers, students and practitioners. The day to day running of the Association is run by a voluntary elected Council, and administered by a secretariat. It is open to all who engage with the relationship between the environment and social processes including politics, economy and development.Continue reading →