Connecting and Developing the Boating Industry in South Africa
MIASA is an industry association linking companies across South Africa to represent and grow the boating and marine manufacturing industry. MIASA plays a vital role in liaising between industry, government and other stakeholders to promote the industry and address challenges and blockages. It seeks to represent the entire industry value chain from manufacturers and retailers to consumer and business services both nationally and internationally.
MIASA is a member of the International Council of Marine Industry Associations and it works closely with the South African Boat Builders Export Council (SABBEX).
The Marine Industry Association of South Africa was established as a nationally inclusive, representative association to unite the entire boating industry, from boatbuilders and their suppliers to retailers, importers, brokers, surveyors, yacht clubs, fishing associations, to name but a few.
MIASA is open to all companies and covers the entire boating value chain from design to manufacture, to sale, to mooring to boating activities.
The Banking Association South Africa (BASA) advances the interests of the industry with its regulators, legislators and stakeholders, to make banking sustainable, profitable and better able contribute to the social and economic development and transformation of the country.
The goal of sustainable groundwater usage across the southern African region can only be achieved through collaboration and by implementing a clear strategy. This is why interested entities from across the groundwater industry came together to form the Borehole Water Association (BWA).
TAPPSA the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry of Southern Africa seeks to further the application of the sciences in the pulp, paper and allied industries and provide means for the interchange of ideas upon scientific and technical matters affecting the industry. It covers the entire process chain from forest to converted product in Southern Africa.
The Red Meat Industry Forum (RMIF) of South Africa is an umbrella council consisting of 13 nominated members each representing the interests of the most nationally representative sector specific organizations within the Red Meat Value Chain from the primary producer to the consumer. The RMIF was established in 1994 when the Agricultural control boards were disbanded and it was formally constituted in 1997 in accordance with the provisions of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996) as amended.
MISA, a registered trade union for employees in the retail motor industry in South Africa, was formed after the merger of the Motor Industry Staff Association (MISA) and the SA Motor Union (SAMU). Together, these two organisations have a proud history of 130 years in the Retail Motor Sector.
Members enjoy the focused approach of a well-versed negotiating team representing members interests in the collective bargaining process on wages and conditions of employment at the Motor Industry Bargaining Council (MIBCO).
Qualified labour law practitioners provide free and expert legal advice and, where appropriate, the necessary legal defence to members in the resolution of labour disputes. The problem-solving approach is a major contributing factor in the resolution of disputes in the workplace.
MISA has a proven track record of excellent service to all its members.
Non-union employees are encouraged to join MISA, The Intelligent Alternative, to enjoy the benefits and protection it offers.
The KwaZulu-Natal United Music Industry Association (KUMISA), is a non-profit, regional music industry organisation that aims to serve and represent the interests of the music industry in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), nationally and internationally.
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ERA represents the cream of the automotive engineering industry in South Africa. ERA members use state of the art equipment and highly skilled staff to perform the full range of automotive engineering operations required to repair and overhaul all components of the modern petrol and diesel engines on our roads.
Second-hand engines are available in the market, however, it is recommended that such engines are only purchased from reputable bone-fide accredited ERA members, as engines purchased from other sources often leads to premature engine failure. These engines may also not always be compatible to local conditions. ERA members supply only the finest components and highest quality of workmanship.