Now rebranded as Generic and Biosimilar Medicines of Southern Africa (GBM), the National Association of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers (NAPM) was established in 1977 as a Section 21 Trade Association. It is a voluntary, non-profit organisation whose members are South African and International Generics based Pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors. The NAPM/GBM has a diverse membership comprising of manufacturing, importing and regulatory companies. Part of the NAPM/GBMs function is to ensure that the sector plays a constructive role in our countrys economic growth, development and transformation and thereby create an environment in which the sector can thrive, expand, be competitive and enhance access of medicines to all of our countrys citizens.Continue reading →
The organisations main objectives are to: maintain an association of those persons who are or become members of the Association; actively encourage Gunners to become members of the Association and partake in its activities in order to ensure the continuity of the Association; encourage the continuation of the traditions and to foster the heritage of Gunners; assist members in obtaining any right or privilege to which they are or should be entitled by reason of the members military service; assist members in obtaining employment; sponsor and assist the formation of Branches in suitable centres under the auspices of the Association; affiliate with any organisation having objects similar in part, or in whole, to those of the Association, and whether within or outside the Republic of South Africa; render support to members and their dependents. Branches can be found countrywideContinue reading →
GHASA was originally established as an association (Section 21, not for profit) in 1992, when a group of establishment owners got together to promote the Guest House Industry.
The association was subsequently privatised in 2000 and were now known as Guest House Accommodation of SA (GHASA).
Over the past couple of decades, GHASA has become well known as experts in Quality Guest House Accommodation, offering many benefits, assistance and valued advice to members, as well as booking opportunities for travellers.Continue reading →
The GBA affords its members and their dependents peace of mind by providing funerals, cremations, and related services and products or cash disbursements within the RSA. The services are provided by our own personnel or approved contractors. Funds are efficaciously invested in order to maintain the benefits substratum of the GBA and to prove for optimum growth in the future. The survival and growth of the GBA resides in the increase of its membership as well as the periodic addition of approved groups through innovative thinking and attitudes. A Council elected from the members is responsible for the strategic positioning and functioning of the GBA by an executive management. All activities shall be aimed towards the growth of the GBA and the maintenance of optimum service towards its members.Continue reading →
The Groundwater Association of KwaZulu-Natal is here to preserve the groundwater infrastructure throughout the province, and in so doing, serve the interests of people who are affected by this. The Groundwater Association of KwaZulu-Natal is a Non-Profit Organisation which strives to serve the interests of all members of the groundwater industry in KwaZulu-Natal and will act as a conduit for transfer and dissemination of scientific and technical data and groundwater information between the Industry Members, the Regulating Authorities, Water Service Authorities, Water Service Suppliers, Consultants and the General Public.Continue reading →
Description Website Greek South African Chamber of Commerce and Industries Contact details Physical address Postal Address PO Box 87144, Houghton City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone 116 433 378 EMAIL email@example.com Other information Remarks If you have additional details … Continue reading →
The GBF works together with business, provincial and local government, relevant organisations and institutions in order to create and sustain a supportive and enabling business environment in Grahamstown and surrounding areas.
Membership of the Business Forum is open to business owners, corporate employees, as well as private individuals who identify with the aims and objectives of the organisations.Continue reading →
Grain SA was established on 10 June 1999 and was formed out of NAMPO (maize), NOPO (soybeans, sunflower and groundnuts), the WPO (wheat, barley and oats) and the SPO (grainsorghum).
Grain SA provides commodity strategic support and services to South African grain producers to support sustainability.
GSA is a voluntary association of grain farmers established to represent the interests of its members.
GSA wants to be recognised as an autonomous and independent grain producers’ organisation. It wants to be involved in all matters bearing on the wellbeing of the industry and to be consulted about policy issues relating to the industry.
GSA is strongly apolitical and issues are dealt with only on merit and sound business principles without any party political consideration.
GSA is controlled by farmers for farmers and structured to ensure members’ democratic control over their elected office bearers.
The Grahamstown Chamber of Commerce is a local organization of businesses and companies in Grahamstown with the intention to develop and further the interests of local companies and businesses in South Africa. Many businesses are international operating companies with offices in South Africa. (Source: Chamber-commerce.net)Continue reading →
Description Website Groblersdal Afrikaanse Sakekamer Contact details Physical address 4 Ockert St, Groblersdal Postal Address 470 City Groblersdal Province Mpumalanga0470 Telephone (013) 2623156 EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please … Continue reading →