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.Continue reading →
The Ladysmith Tourism Association is committed to promoting Ladysmith and its surrounding areas as a world class tourism destination. Ladysmith’s geographic location has always been its strong point. With more than 50 accommodation establishments in and around Ladysmith, tourism is a major job creator and contributes to the economic growth of Emnambithi.
The Association is supported by the Emnambithi/Ladysmith Municipality and contributes to the development of tourism by advising the Municipality where needed.
LHR are an independent, non-profit, non-governmental human rights organisation, started by a group of activist lawyers in 1979.
Their programmes do strategic work in six areas of human rights law. Specialist legal practitioners and activists staff each programme.
LHR employs a holistic approach to social justice and human rights enforcement that includes strategic litigation, advocacy, law reform, human rights education, and community mobilisation and support.
The Labour Research Service (LRS) is a membership-based labour support organisation established in 1986. We support the core functions of trade unions such as collective bargaining and organising and help to link unions with other role-players and constituencies. Our work influences policies that will enable workers to fully claim their rights. We support global union federations in building trade unions and trade union networks around multinational companies in Africa. We influence approaches to gender equality and gender-based violence in unions and within communities in South Africa and Africa. We work to develop new layers of worker leaders within trade unions and in so doing support the reproduction of these important organs of civil society.Continue reading →
Non-profit PBO and is the administrative body for all volunteer surf lifesaving clubs in the greater Cape Town areaContinue reading →
What is the purpose of the Lichtenburg Business Chamber?
To create cohesion and growth among business people
Creating a consumer-friendly environment
To help promote the economy of Lichtenburg
To address the needs of the consumer and business person
To liaise with other organizations such as the Afrikaanse Handels Instituut
The LFWA was established in later 2011 as an association not for gain. After consideration (backed by a legal opinion) the Management Team agreed to register the LFWA as a Constituted Association and not a company- not for gain. Its key functions are to lobby, advise and advocate on matters relating to the Liquid Fuels Industry – in particular on liquid fuels wholesaling matters. To educate and engage stakeholders on issues relating to the liquid fuels sector throughout the value chain, through work shops / seminars and social media platforms – focusing on issues that impact directly on the wholesaler. The LFWA is an independent recognized body that ensures liquid fuels wholesalers operate in an environment that is com plaint to all relevant legislation. Participate fully in all legislation / regulation interactions ensuring sustainability of the liquid fuels industry.Continue reading →
We are an accredited firearms and ammunition collectors associationContinue reading →
The Lighthouse Association for the Blind has for the past 83 yrs. provided social service to blind and visually impaired persons living in the greater Cape Town area.Continue reading →
Also known as the LWO Werkgewersorganisasie, the organisation is registered as an employers’ organisation with the Department of Labour – this means that we are authorised to represent our members in the CCMA, Bargaining Councils and Labour Court. The LWO is a non-profit members’ organisation, managed by a board (successful business owners and leading academics) consisting of members of the organisation. LWO was established in 1990 to provide employers in the broader South African business community with labour law services and other related services in the field of labour law.Continue reading →