The Leisure and Recreation Association of South Africa (LARASA) was formed for the purpose of promoting recreation and leisure as a profession.Continue reading →
Established in 1989: Lima Rural Development Foundation (LIMA) is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation, engaged in a broad range of rural and urban development interventions throughout South Africa. LIMA promotes dignified, sustainable and transformative community growth across South Africa. We support the simultaneous development of people and livelihoods in resource-scarce contexts, particularly in rural areas.Continue reading →
The Lawnmower Association of SA (LMA) represents specialist independent suppliers and dealers in South Africa. These dealers provide quality products, available spare parts, and reliable after sales services such as approved workshops for the service and repairs of equipment.
LMA is an affiliate member of S.A.G.I.C. (South African Green Industries Council), and OPEA (Outdoor Power Equipment Association), the Association of manufacturers and importers of equipment in South Africa. This association is legally registered as the Lawn Mower Association of South Africa (LMA). Members collectively agreed to trade as the Outdoor Power Product Association of South Africa (The OPPASA).Continue reading →
The Locksmiths Association of South Africa is the representative body for the locksmithing industry in the country: the industry is regulated by an Act of Parliament and falls under the auspices of the Private Security Industry Regulatory authority. Lasa has branches in the Eastern Province, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal, Northern Province and Western Cape.Continue reading →
Description Website Lighthouse Association for The Blind Contact details Physical address 25 Voortrekker Road, Goodwood, 7460 Postal Address City Cape Town Province Western Province Telephone (021) 5911544 EMAIL email@example.com Other information Remarks If you have additional details for … Continue reading →
LP Gas is classified as a “hazardous substance”. It is such an efficient form of energy, and has a high calorific value. LPG “must” be handled and used with care. We encourage manufacturers, distributors, suppliers and end users to adhere to the safety regulations, that have been put in place to ensure end user and public safety. As such, the LPGSASA have put in place several schemes to assist with LP Gas safety, as well as information and guides in terms of using LP Gas safely.The Liquefied Petroleum Gas Safety Association of Southern Africa (NPC) was established in September of 1987 and operates as a non profit organisation that represents the many companies that are involved in LPGas installations, distribution, retailing, hardware and appliances. The Association’s aim is to ensure the sustainable growth of the liquefied petroleum gas industry through compliance with best safety and business practices. We offer a number of services to industry to ensure safety. These include technical LP Gas training, facilitation of technical meetings concerning standards, safe appliance scheme, cylinder verification and incident investigation with the Department of Labour. The Liquefied Petroleum Gas Safety Association of South Africa (NPC) has been a long standing member of the World LPG Association for close to 20 yearsContinue reading →
The Limousin breed originated in France and is believed to be as old as the European continent itself. Cave paintings discovered in the Lascaux Caves that are about 20 000 years old make us think of today’s Limousins. Today this unique breed has very special meat characteristics and can make its mark with great success in any cattle farm. Small calves at birth due to the fine bone structure that is a characteristic of the breed, make that aspect of farming run smoothly.
The highest outcome percentage, some of the best meat returns and meat to bone ratio of all breeds in SA, make Limousins the natural choice for your weaning calf production as well as for the feedlot. Limousins are one of the biggest breeds today and Europe and proves that Limousin bulls can be used with ease on your cows. Limousins are found in all nine provinces of South Africa and are well adapted to its circumstances. Our membership in SA today total 86 breeders and approximately 11 000 registered animals with our society.
Limousins are known as the carcass breed because “WE BREED MEAT”!Continue reading →
LifeLine was established in 1970. This was out of a need for community members to have access to a 24-hour telephonic service that can assist them to address the psychological and social stresses and trauma that they are struggling to deal with.
For example; family problems, trauma, depression, loneliness, pregnancy, HIV infection/affection, bereavement, sexual and gender violence, substance abuse, or any other situation where a person is struggling to cope with life, in general.Continue reading →
The Lift Inspectors Association of South Africa was established by a group of seasoned individuals in the lift industry in an effort to create an appropriate forum to discuss and regulate critical and controversial issues, as well as provide a pillar of support to fellow colleagues. Since its establishment, LIASA has matured into an influential organisation duly recognised by the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) as a “Category A” Voluntary Association. Through effective communication, periodic meetings and constructive discussions, the members are able to create new strategies of understanding and enhancing the standards that govern the industry. The combined expertise and decades of experience offered by the members forms an integral source of motivation to emerging Lift Inspectors and support to the various governing bodies.Continue reading →
The Association is concerned that their industry, which is inherently dangerous if not well run and regulated, could fall into disrepute and therefore it is felt that the engineering team providing the service should be well trained to the correct standards and should at all times be ethical and responsible for their actions.
Further the Association will keep its members informed of developments or technological improvements of which it becomes aware of in the industry and also to disseminate by way of media and seminars training and other practical information to keep its members professional development current.
To achieve these ideals the Association will actively lobby to be represented on all forums where the governments regulators formulate policy where Association members will assist wherever possible. The Association will also attempt to become involved in the International Industry forums and Associations of peers where presently many informal and long term working relationships already exist.
The Association will also assist wherever possible to create the correct standards for both equipment and staff, who use and maintain them by endeavouring to have staff evaluated and registered by the Engineering Council of South Africa.
Lastly, this not for profit association wants to represent all members of this industry at all levels and recognises that any task is performed by a team of interdependent members who all form part of it and are responsible for their actions.Continue reading →