GOSA aims to create an environment in which the handling, storage, marketing, financing, distribution, processing and related industries can fulfil their roles effectively.Continue reading →
GIWUSA is a general independent union organizing in different industries. Whilst being a general union, our membership is concentrated in the following industries: Engineering (Contract and Labour Brokers), Plastic, Furniture, Glass, Pharmaceutical, Chemicals, Wood, Paper, Fast Moving Consumer Goods and Transport etc.Continue reading →
Agricultural assocition located in Upington in the Northern Cape.Continue reading →
For 105 years, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts has planted, grown and shared Girl Guiding in diverse communities around the world and have provided opportunities for girls and women to be responsible global citizens. Our Guiding History The international Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting Movement, headed by WAGGGS – the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, includes 10 million girls and women in 145 countries. Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting began in the UK in 1910, and spread rapidly around the world throughout 1911 and 1912. Since then, it has continued to reach many more countries. The Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting world is organised into five Regions: AfricArab, Asia Pacific, Europe and Western Hemisphere. Each country’s Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting activities are managed by a national Member Organisation. There are many differences between countries – for example, some are girls-only and some also have boys as members. In South Africa we are called Girl Guides; in the USfor example, they are called Girl Scouts. Visit the Our World section of the WAGGGS website for much more information on each Member Organisation.Continue reading →
The GAKZN is a non profit organisation for the promotion and advancement of the science and technology of groundwater development and management.Continue reading →
The Geological Society of South Africa (GSSA) is a not-for-profit Scientific and Professional Society for earth scientists first established in 1895. Our objective is to promote and advance the earth sciences, including the study of the earth sciences, the associated public interests in the earth sciences, the earth sciences professions and the interests of the practitioners of the earth sciences, and to encourage and uphold the highest professional and ethical standards amongst its Members.Continue reading →
The Green Building Council SA is a level 2 BEE rated, independent, non-profit company that was formed in 2007 to lead the greening of South Africa’s commercial property sector. We provide the tools, training, knowledge and networks to promote green building practices across the country and build a national movement that will change the way the world is built.
We are one of over 95 members of the World Green Building Council alongside Australithe United States and the United Kingdom. Green Building Council SA has developed the Green Star SA rating system and is the official certification body for Green Star SA projects. We are a dedicated team of industry experts working in collaboration with industry bodies, leaders, government departments and professionals to develop market-based green solutions for the South African property industry.Continue reading →
The Gauteng Institute for Architecture is one of the oldest architectural organizations in South Africfounded in 1900 as the Transvaal Institute of Architects. We are a voluntary association affiliated to the South African Institute of Architects and endorsed by the South African Council for the Architectural Profession.
Our Mission: To serve our members’ interests, promote a better built environment and a greater awareness of Architecture.
Our membership currently totals 490 members, consisting of full members who are architects and affiliate members comprising of candidate architects, technologists, draughts people based in the Gauteng Region.
We offer continual professional development courses to our members and the public on topics ranging from heritage to professional practice. We do this by means of webinars, workshops, lectures, tours of iconic buildings, social events and exhibitions. Events are aimed at creating a networking and marketing platform for both professionals within the built environment as well as relevant government bodies and suppliers.
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 we’re 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 →
Established in May 1949 by local enthusiasts, Green & Seapoint Anglers Club is conveniently situated to serve the needs of the bank angler in the greater Cape Town and surrounding areas. They are long standing members of the Western Province Freshwater and Bank Anglers Association.Continue reading →