South Africa’s No. 1 meeting place for pigeon fanciersContinue reading →
Non-profit PBO and is the administrative body for all volunteer surf lifesaving clubs in the greater Cape Town areaContinue reading →
Youth organistion celebrating the VoortrekkersContinue reading →
Universities South Africa, formerly known as Higher Education South Africa (HESA), is a membership organisation representing South Africas universities.Continue reading →
TREE is a non-profit organisation that specialises in Early Childhood Development, resource and training.Continue reading →
Originally, the focus of the organisation was to provide business skills training and support to poor and disadvantaged people in South Africa. The organisation was created in the Western Cape province but has since expanded and now orchestrates projects throughout South Africa. The TTO has provided business training to over 30,000 people since its inception.Continue reading →
Tourist bureau for TulbaghContinue reading →
The TPO as a voluntary producers organisation aspires to act as a mouthpiece for the producers of fresh tomatoes in South Africa.Continue reading →
The aims of TBASA have been derived from the Government priorities as well as goals and tasks of TBASA.
The aims of TBASA are:
To promote and control Tenpin as a sport among all peoples in South Africa.
Endeavour to promote Tenpin in schools, universities, tertiary institutions, colleges and provincial bodies.
To protect and advance, as a matter of priority, the interests of the players as far as Tenpin is concerned.
To obtain and apply for funds for the advancement of the aims and objectives of TBASA.
To ensure that a prohibition of the use of banned substances as defined by the Medical Council of the International Olympic Committee is adhered toContinue reading →
Surfing South Africa is the recognized governing body for the sport of surfing in South Africa and is a member of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), which, along with Sport and Recreation South Africa, (SRSA), controls all sport in South Africa.Continue reading →