Description Website Human & Employees Rights Organisation of SA Contact details Physical address Postal Address City Province Telephone EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please let us know. firstname.lastname@example.org Categories … Continue reading →
The HSRC is committed to creating cutting-edge research which supports development nationally, in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and in Africa is evident, but it is our commitment to the dissemination of that research that demonstrates the remarkable and measurable impact of our work.Continue reading →
The Huguenot Society of South Africa was established on March 12th, 1953, to preserve and promote the Huguenot heritageContinue reading →
The Human Rights Institute of South Africa (HURISA) is a non-profit making non-governmental organisation which provides professional services towards the promotion of a human rights culture, peace and democracy. Our mission is attained through the provision of training and education in human rights, dissemination of human rights information and conducting research and advocacy in South Africa and beyond.Continue reading →
The Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa (HPCA) is an Association incorporated under Section 21 of the Companies Act (Reg. No. 1986/001887/08). The hospice Association was founded in 1987 and is a membership organisation for South African hospices.
As the national charity for hospice care, HPCA champion and support the work of more than 108-member organisations, which provide hospice care to around 120 000 people across South Africa each year.
HPCA has 7 regional association members from each province (W Cape, E Cape, KwaZulu Natal, Free State, N cape, NW Province) with the Association of Northern Hospices representing hospices in Gauteng, Limpopo and Mpumalanga.
During the last decade HPCA has established national and provincial Palliative Care development structures aimed specifically and purposefully at support and capacity building of member hospices and more recently of partner organisations in terms of the provision of quality palliative care.Continue reading →
HASA is a voluntary, non-profit association of the majority of private hospitals in South Africa. It is funded by its members through subscription fees based on the number of hospital beds of each member. HASA is mandated by its members to lead the industry by engaging proactively with government and other stakeholders on policy and legislative matters, to represent the interests of its members and the private sector in appropriate forums, to facilitate independent research to inform national health policy and healthcare reform, and to serve the interests of patients by promoting quality care and patient safety.Continue reading →
To render a professional service to all our members through democratically elected structures which are mandated by members in the interests of protecting them against any unfair practices.
To encourage professionalism of all our members towards each other and ensure that the community is treated with respect and dignity.
To promote a democratic labour environment and society, free from any unfair discrimination against gender, religion, race, culture or political beliefs; or any other form of unfair discrimination against any individual or group of people.
To unite and organise in all sectors in which our beliefs, values and aspirations are shared.Continue reading →
HOTELLICA TRADE UNION was formed in 1978 representing Hotels, Restaurants, and Liquor Stores, and later extended its scope in 1980 to cover the following sectors, Commercial, Retails, Catering, Hospitality, Security, Cleaning, Distribution and Logistics, Farming, Commercial Farming, Entertainment, Maintenance, Fruit & Vegetables, Butcheries, Petrol Filing Stations and in 2014 it was extended to cover all sectors.Continue reading →
On the 5th February 2020, the website was not working.Continue reading →
On the 5th February, this website was not working. As a Community-based organization (CBO) we have no real decision-making power. But, we can bring issues of community concern to the attention of the Authorities through the various public participation mechanisms available. In this way we can sometimes influence decisions by the Council (and occasionally by the Province), particularly now that Public Participation is a Constitutional requirement. We have found, in practise, that most activity in the committee has tended to focus on planning and environmental issues, involving land-use and development, spatial planning, roads and engineering, signage, building regulations and environmental conservation.
Our Association is represented on the Community Policing Forum, the Health Forum, Coast Care, and on various ad hoc fora that may arise from time to time, such as the Commonage Committee, the Chapmans Peak Drive working group, and others.Continue reading →