OPDT: The main objective of OPDT are the promotion and development of the Oilseeds Industry in South Africa by the financing of, research projects, the provision of information and advisory services to the Oilseeds Industry, etcContinue reading →
The Ocean Sailing Association of Southern Africa (OSASA) was formed by a group of seasoned ocean cruising yachtsmen specifically to represent the interests of recreational cruisers sailing around the oceans of Southern Africa and in its coastal waters.
By creating an online portal at www.osasa.org.za, OSASA has been instrumental in facilitating the pre-arrival notification documentary requirements that the government imposed for such entry. During these negotiations OSASA established a strong relationship with the South African Government and this is being maintained on an ongoing basis.Continue reading →
OMASA supports O&M Practioners in furthering their careers with further training, in the form of conferences, discussions and networking. Non-profit organisationContinue reading →
The Open Society Foundation for South Africa (OSF-SA) is committed to promoting the values, institutions, and practices of an open, non-racial and non-sexist, democratic, civil society.Continue reading →
This association is legally registered as the Lawn Mower Association of South Africa. Members collectively agreed to trade as the Outdoor Power Product Association of South Africa (The OPPASA)Continue reading →
The Oudtshoorn Business Chamber is relentlessly promoting and protecting the interests of the local business sector. The Chamber networks and negotiates on behalf of its members.
The Chamber is there to maintain and promote the free and private system on a non-party political basis in the activities of the Oudtshoorn Chamber of Business and Associations created for similar purposes and to undertake projects desired to further these interests in the local community.
The Oudtshoorn Business Chamber functions as an Association not for gain.Continue reading →
The Operations Research Society of South Africa (ORSSA) is a non-profit, scholarly organisation with the mission of furthering the interests of those engaged in, or interested in, operations research related activities.
ORSSA is South Africa’s national, professional body for operations research. Founded in 1969, its aim is to further the interests of those engaged in, or interested in the discipline.
ORSSA’s activities include drawing up guidelines for operations research education at Universities in South Africa, presenting short courses, and providing information to the public on the nature of operations research and on career opportunities.
OHASA was registered with the South African Medical and Dental Council in April 1979. It was subsequently recognised by the International Liaison Committee on Dental Hygiene as a duly Constituted Group representing the interests of Oral Hygienists in South Africa in 1983.
With the assistance and support from OHASA a Professional Board for Oral Hygiene was established in October 1980 under the powers vested in the Minister of Health, Welfare and Pensions, Dr L A P A Munnik, by section 15(4) of the Medical, Dental and Supplementary Health Service Professions Act, 1974 (Act 56 of 1974).Continue reading →
Description Website Orchid Society of Northern Transvaal Contact details Physical address Postal Address City Province Telephone EMAIL Other information Remarks On the 28th October 2020, the website for this society wa not accessible. If you have additional details … Continue reading →
The Ophthalmological Society of South Africa promotes the interests of ophthalmology in general and of its members in particular.
OSSA remains committed to a vision of attainable, best quality vision for all.
The society has a number of core functions and aims to support members whilst engaging with all stakeholders in eye care to provide patient driven care in the field of ophthalmology.Continue reading →