Advocates are organized into societies in the major centers in South Africa, historically known as Bars. As the body representing the advocates profession, the purpose of the Free State Bar is to maintain professional standards and conduct among practicing advocates, and to enforce discipline amongst its members.Continue reading →
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Family Care Association Pretoria (FCAP) worked in Mamelodi, a large township east of Pretoria with Stanza Bopape Community Development Centre, to distribute food and goods to underprivileged families and children. The objective was not to simply give hand-outs, but to provide education, training and assistance to help individuals and families become productive members of society. Most of the beneficiaries of FCAP programs live in deplorable conditions, but with assistance, training, and hope, their lives are able to change for the better.Continue reading →
The Flame Lily Foundation endeavours to promote, further and secure the interests of our members and former residents of Rhodesia/Zimbabwe living in South Africa. In pursuit of this, we provide or facilitate residential accommodation for persons over the age of 60 who have settled in South Africa. When called upon, we provide limited welfare assistance to deserving former residents of Rhodesia/Zimbabwe, in particular to the aged and the disabled. We also endeavour to preserve the heritage of Rhodesia and to promote interest in the countrys history and culture. To achieve these objects, we rely on the goodwill of the South African community as a whole, former residents of Rhodesia in general, and dedicated volunteers in particular. The Flame Lily Foundation (FLF) comprises branches in areas where there is a concentration of members. Each branch has its own name and identity, but all operate under a common constitution for the Flame Lily Foundation, incorporating the Rhodesia Association of South Africa (RASA). Each branch has a Managing Committee which runs the affairs of the branch. These include social activities, welfare assistance, fund-raising events and publication of a newsletter for their members.Continue reading →
The Fire Protection Association of Southern Africa (FPASA) was established in 1973 to provide a specialized fire safety management technical and training service to industry, commerce and society at large.
Over the years the Association has developed a range of membership options and technical, training and fire safety management services that are recognized for their quality, professionalism and value.
Today the role of the FPASA covers Education, Information, Advice, Consultancy and Training (Fire College).
The Fire College is a professional training centre dedicated to assist in the reduction of life and property losses in the Southern African region. It provides training on request of FPASA members and non-members alike, and in addition provides standard training programmes to suit the broad spectrum of industrial, commercial, institutional and local authority requirements.
The Technical division includes the Library which offers a range of fire safety management consulting services to members and clients as well as short term insurer specific services as Part of the FPASAs Insurer Fire Impact Reduction Strategy (InFIRes) initiative.
The Administration and membership services section of the FPASA provides administration support to the Fire College and Technical Division. It also provides member promotion/support and publications sales.
Our categories of membership will add value to any institution or business having an interest or involvement in fire engineering, fire protection, fire prevention or fire safety management.Continue reading →
Fire is dangerous and spreads with frightening speed. So when it comes to equipment that may be called upon to protect lives and property, there’s no place for faulty or inferior products. The Fire Fighting Equipment Traders Association [FFETA] promotes high standards in equipment, workmanship, maintenance and service to the public. We meet regularly with the South African Bureau of Standards and our members ascribe to the highest level of safe working practices and hold a FFETA recognised certificate of competence for each employee engaged in service maintenance.Continue reading →
The FDIA (Fire Detection Installers Association) was formed in June 1999 to provide representation and leadership to the fire detection and gaseous extinguishing system industries. The Gas Extinguishing Division (GED) was incorporated into the FDIA in August 2004.
The purpose of the FDIA & GED is to uplift the quality and professionalism within the industry through training and by informing its members, consulting engineers and specifiers of changes and technologies within and affecting the industry, using this website and email newsletters thereby providing an overall service to the South African community.
We do the vetting of the companies you want at your back.Continue reading →
The FSB is an independent institution, established by statute to oversee the South African non-banking financial services industry in the public interest, and fully funded by fees and levies imposed on this industry.
After more than 20 years of regulating the non-banking sector of South Africas financial services industry, the FSB has established itself as a reputable authority in this field, locally and internationally. Over the years, it has contributed to the stability of this industry while meeting its mandate of protecting consumers of financial products and services.
The FSB has developed and maintained a strong, effective presence in the regulatory field, in South Africa and internationally, while working closely with its counterparts elsewhere in Africa to establish solid regulatory frameworks.Continue reading →
The Financial Planning Institute of Southern Africa (FPI), a South African Qualifications Authority recognised professional association for financial planners in South Africa. It is the only institution in South Africa to offer the CFP® certification, as well as an approved examination body for the FAIS Regulatory ExaminationsContinue reading →
The Flexographic Technical Association of South Africa (FTASA) had its inaugural meeting in Cape Town on 5 December 1995. Leading up to this meeting we received tremendous support from the EFTA in the UK through the then Secretary, Tony Bath who was also present at the meeting in Cape Town. The Association has had a steady growth and represents the majority of companies in the Flexo industry although there is still scope for growth. The membership in 2005 stood at 57 company members. Membership is open to anyone or any company who has the advancement of Flexography at heart.Continue reading →