The FFF Carbon (FFF-C) is an impartial, independent non-profit organisation which serves the techno-intellectual needs of the multidisciplinary fossil fuel and energy community in Africa through communication, information distribution, coordination, education, promotion, and networking.Continue reading →
The FCJ (Forum of Community Journalists) is an independent, non-profit, non-racial and voluntary organisation (registered as a Section 21 company) striving to promote and express the interests of all journalists employed on a permanent or freelance basis at regional community newspapers, magazines and online community publications in South Africa.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 Forum of Immigration Practitioners of SA (FIPSA) is a non-profit organization that represents the interests of immigration practitioners in South Africa. FIPSA was founded in 1998 and functions to promote and maintain the integrity and professionalism of immigration practitioners in the country. Its members include immigration attorneys and other professionals who specialize in immigration law. FIPSA works closely with the South African government to ensure that immigration policies and procedures are fair and consistent, and to advocate for changes that benefit both practitioners and their clients. Additionally, the organization provides training and education opportunities for its members, coordinates industry events and conferences, and fosters a sense of community among immigration practitioners in South Africa. Overall, FIPSA plays an important role in maintaining high standards and advancing the interests of immigration practitioners in South Africa.Continue reading →
Forestry Economics Services is an oganisation in South Africa, which publishes annual Benchmarking Cost and Business Reports on South African plantation forestry.Continue reading →
The Federation of Afrikaans Cultural Associations was founded in 1929. Today, the FAK is still the organization that allows you to be creative in your language and culture. The FAK is a future-oriented cultural organization that provides a home for the Afrikaans language and culture and positively promotes our proud Afrikaner history. We like to symbolize a rose tree with Afrikaans, come visit and flower together at the FAK, here you are at home!Continue reading →
FEDHASA is the national trade association for the hospitality industry that include accommodation and catering sectors and has been representing the industry since 1949.
As the Federated Hospitality Association of Southern Africa, FEDHASA is the committed partner of the hospitality community. We support, engage and lobby on behalf of our members as we build an inclusive, strong and successful industry for all.
Recent years have proven that consulting disciplines and smaller sub-specialties within the consulting groups have had poor representation at the previous SPPC or have not been represented at all. This is specifically relevant to dealing with coding matters and dispute resolution with medical schemes. It is envisaged that within a consolidated FCPS the FCPSA representatives will have a proper mandate to represent the interests of its members, including all sub-specialties.Continue reading →
The Fairest Cape Association is an independent, registered non-profit organization (002-892 NPO) with it’s office in Cape Town. It was founded in 1980 to raise the awareness of the effect of litter in the natural and built environment through anti-litter campaigns and clean ups, in the city, suburbs and at beaches. Contact the Association on through the link previously posted, and see how you can get involved.Continue reading →
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 →