Established in 2008 as a corporate association of manufacturers, the Manufacturing Circle engages with key stakeholders to promote the benefits of manufacturing growth for the broader economy, influence policy, and highlight opportunities and key priorities for manufacturing growth. In pursuit of these objectives, the Manufacturing Circle meets periodically with government ministers, heads of key state-owned entities, provincial and local government leaders; and other business sector leaders.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 →
Non-profit PBO and is the administrative body for all volunteer surf lifesaving clubs in the greater Cape Town areaContinue reading →
Lifesaving South Africa is an internationally renowned lifesaving organisation. The essential service provides excellent standards of leadership and lifeguard training whilst encouraging innovation, development and first class service delivery.
Membership participation and contribution is valued and encouraged. Pathways are identified and achievement recognised. The highest standards of behaviour, respect for each other and the public is stressed, maintained and expected of all members. Members benefit from a sports programme that caters for all ages and ability groups.
Lifesaving South Africa provides an essential volunteer community service at the highest international standards for the public of South Africa.
Not only do the bathing public benefit from the Lifesaving capability of our lifeguards, the community also benefits in many situations away from the bathing facilities where training and skills of our members provide a much safer environment in South Africa.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, traumdepression, 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 Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) is a national nursing association (NNA) and a representative organisation of nurses and nursing in South Africa, advancing the aspirations of nurses and advocating for their growth as both professionals and workers in the workplace.Continue reading →
Darts South Africa are the governing body for darts in South Africa and under their auspices, the Senior and Youth Provincial & National Championships are held. National membership is represented by all 9 ProvincesContinue reading →
DanceSport South Africa (DanceSport SA) (DSSA), formerly the Federation of Dance Sport South Africa (FEDANSA), is the governing body for dancesport and related dance styles in South Africa. It is an full member of the world governing body World DanceSport Federation (WDSF) and recognised by SASCOC. DanceSport SA is the sole custodian and controlling body of organised dancesport in South Africa.Continue reading →
On 26 July 1996, a group of Deaf-blind people, professionals and other interested persons came together at the Cape Town Inter-national Airport to establish Deaf-blind South Africa, the first ever organisation in South Africa which would cater exclusively for Deaf-blind people.Continue reading →
Deaf Sport South Africa or DSSA is the national association of multi-code sports of Deaf people in South Africa. Founded in 2012 by Deaf people from 7 provinces namely Free State, KwaZulu Natal, North West, Gauteng, Eastern Cape, Limpopo and Western Cape.
The reason behind the formation of DSSA was the passion for a winning Deaf national team and integrating into hearing sport bodies thereby ensuring equal access to resources.
DSSA is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO) and Public Benefit Organisation (PBO).