MD360⁰ is a Not for Profit Company (NPC Reg. 2012/134421/08) and a registered Public Benefit Organisation (PBO Ref. 930051944) with Section 18A status with the South African Revenue Service. MD360⁰ participates in and leads research on topics as diverse the social and economic footprint of a major mining company to a diagnostic study of artisanal and small-scale mining. Our methodology for community consultation is being more widely recognised for its respectful approach and insightful outcomes. There is an overwhelming need for access to information and the consistent call for a common evidence-base that all parties can trust, has in recent years led us to interrogate how the advancements in computing technologies could play a role. This has led to the development of the Socio-Economic Technology Initiative (SETI), which is primarily focused on combining qualitative and quantitative data to develop a common evidence base accessible to all stakeholders.Continue reading →
MMA acts in a watchdog role to promote ethical and fair journalism that supports human rights.
The organisation promotes democracy and a culture where media and the powerful respect human rights and encourage a just and fair society.
MMA’s vision is a responsible, quality media that enables an engaged and informed citizenry in Africa and across the world. MMA aims to promote the development of a free, fair, ethical and critical media culture in South Africa and the rest of the continent.Continue reading →
MASA is the professional body for the South African marketing profession and the representative voice for organisations and individuals within the South Africa marketing industry.Continue reading →
The Motor Vehicle Security Association of South Africa (VESA) is a non-profit organisation that was established in 1987.
VESA protects the interests of insurers and the general public from being misled by unscrupulous businesses offering inferior services and products for vehicle security.
MET aims to contribute to the sustainable supply of South African mohair by establishing emerging farmers in financially viable Angora goat farming operations as well as establishing successful black entrepreneurs and participants throughout the entire mohair value chain. It also seeks to maintain and expand job opportunities for black employees within the operations of the South African mohair industry. The principal objective of the Trust is to provide skills development, support, mentorship and assistance to previously disadvantaged and emerging farmers, with the aim of establishing and managing their own agricultural operationsContinue reading →
The Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act No. 29 of 1996 and is a registered Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) for the mining and minerals sector in terms of the Skills Development Act No 97 of 1998 as amended.
The MQA must supports the objectives of the National Skills Development Plan (NSDP) 2020-2030 as guided by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), and also supports the objectives of the Mining Charter in terms of the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act No. 29 of 1996.Continue reading →
The Mandela Mining Precinct is a public-private collaboration between the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) and the Minerals Council of South Africa. It is an initiative aimed at revitalising mining research, development and innovation in South Africa to ensure the sustainability of the industry.Continue reading →
Mining Industry Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH) was established in 2003 to focus on the adoption of leading practices to address health and safety concerns and accelerate the progress towards achieving zero harm.Continue reading →
The Mine Health and Safety Council is a national public entity (Schedule 3A) established in terms of the Mine Health and Safety Act, No 29 of 1996, as amended. The main task of the Council is to advise the Minister of Mineral Resources on occupational health and safety legislation and research outcomes focused on improving and promoting occupational health and safety in South African mines. The Council also oversees the activities of its committees; promotes a culture of health and safety in the mining industry; arranges a summit every two years to review the state of occupational health and safety at mines; and liaises with the Mining Qualifications Authority and any other statutory bodies about mining health and safety.Continue reading →
The Mazukawa Judo Club is affiliated with the Cape Town Judo AssociationContinue reading →