As the official representative body of business and tourism in the Kruger Lowveld (Ehlanzeni District), our main mandates are to promote the region as a tourism and investment destination, to provide a diverse suite of networking and marketing opportunities for our members, and to represent and speak on behalf of the business and tourism community of our area. We do this by building and maintaining meaningful relationships with all spheres of government as well as likeminded organisations, and by acting as liaison between these entities and the business community.Continue reading →
The Kwazulu-Natal Racing Pigeon Union serves the community of racing pigeon owners in Kwazulu-Natal and provides the facilities and services necessary to combine the results of all racing pigeon clubs in Kwazulu-Natal into one combined result – allowing competition between clubs and between members of all clubs within the region.Continue reading →
The Kwazulu-Natal Society for the Blind (KZN-SB) was established in 1919 and has evolved into a dynamic organization offering a multi-disciplinary approach to access to human rights related services for blind and partially sighted people of KwaZulu-Natal.Continue reading →
Everything about the KZNSA supports its profound belief in inclusivity. Open to all, with every exhibition and workshop being free to attend, the gallery environment is airy, intimate, welcoming and convivial. It is very much a public space, connecting the street to the park, with under-the-sky seating amidst indigenous acacia trees, and the contemporary architecture of the building itself providing a permeable, flexible and robust space to exhibit, work, learn and market.Continue reading →
Kwanalus strategic focus is to provide leadership on all key agricultural issues to commercial farmers (of all sizes) and related agricultural organisations in KZN.Continue reading →
The KwaZulu-Natal Hunting Shooting & Conservation Association (KZNHSCA) is an organisation of hunters dedicated to the ethical and responsible practice of their discipline. We are based in Durban in the province of KwaZulu-Natal on the east coast of South Africa. Members of KZNHSCA follow a strict code of ethics and strive to promote a positive impression of the hunting fraternity.Continue reading →
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.Continue reading →
The KZNIA is a voluntary organisation of architectural professionals: from students to practicing architects and technologists. Begun in 1901, it is one of the oldest architectural institutes in South Africa.
The KZNIA is steered by an elected Board of Representatives who holds office for a period of two years. The board elects the president and vice-president, and a management committee. The KZNIA is affiliated to SAIA (the South African Institute of Architects).Continue reading →
The Association is an employers organisation registered in terms of the Labour Relations Act and exists to represent the interests of members, as well as to provide them with specialist support services to assist them in the successful running of their businesses. The membership comprises some 756 enterprises involved in the building industry and related activities in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.
The organisation has been in existence for 119 years and is recognised and respected by a wide range of role players in the building industry and beyond. The Association provides a range of services to members including training, contractual and legal assistance, occupational health and safety consulting, employee benefits schemes, member discounts and a lot more.Continue reading →
Description Website Kwazulu-natal Cerebral Palsy Association Contact details Physical address 23 Sanderson Rd, Cowies Hill Park, Pinetown, 3610 Postal Address City KwaZulu-Natal Province KwaZulu-Natal Telephone (031) 7008956 EMAIL 372 Other information Remarks On the 19 May 2020, this … Continue reading →