The Commuter Bus Employers Organisation is an employers’ organisation for the transport industry in South AfricaContinue reading →
The Guardian Employers’ Organisation (GEO) collectively represent employers in statutory bodies created under the SA labour legislationContinue reading →
GHASA was originally established as an association (Section 21, not for profit) in 1992, when a group of establishment owners got together to promote the Guest House Industry.
The association was subsequently privatised in 2000 and we’re now known as Guest House Accommodation of SA (GHASA).
Over the past couple of decades, GHASA has become well known as experts in Quality Guest House Accommodation, offering many benefits, assistance and valued advice to members, as well as booking opportunities for travellers.Continue reading →
The Fezile Dabi Regional Taxi Office is a Taxi Association operating from Kroonstad in the Free State.Continue reading →
Grain SA is a non-profit organisation representing the grain producers of South Africa. Grain SA provides, through its activities, industry strategic support to grain producers in South Africa in order to promote sustainable production and profitability. The commodities they represent are maize, wheat, soybeans, sunflower, barley, sorghum, canola and groundnuts.Continue reading →
Also known as the Graanhanteringsorganisasie van Suider Afrika, the Grain Handling Organisation of Southern Africa (GHOSA) aims to establish a forum for the gathering and exchange of information and knowledge to the furtherance of the industry.Continue reading →
The SCSI is underpinned by the view that the prevention and mitigation of crime threats are viewed as non-competitive issues, and require the sustained commitment and cooperation across the industry, with all other relevant stakeholders in government (especially the SAPS and NPA) and across the broader business community.Continue reading →
The NRCS is an entity of the Department of Trade, Industry, and Competition (the dtic); established to administer compulsory specifications and other technical regulations with the view to protect human health, safety, the environment and ensure fair trade in accordance with government policies and guidelines.???Continue reading →
For 105 years, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts has planted, grown and shared Girl Guiding in diverse communities around the world and have provided opportunities for girls and women to be responsible global citizens. Our Guiding History The international Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting Movement, headed by WAGGGS the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, includes 10 million girls and women in 145 countries. Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting began in the UK in 1910, and spread rapidly around the world throughout 1911 and 1912. Since then, it has continued to reach many more countries. The Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting world is organised into five Regions: AfricArab, Asia Pacific, Europe and Western Hemisphere. Each country’s Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting activities are managed by a national Member Organisation. There are many differences between countries for example, some are girls-only and some also have boys as members. In South Africa we are called Girl Guides; in the USfor example, they are called Girl Scouts. Visit the Our World section of the WAGGGS website for much more information on each Member Organisation.Continue reading →
Now rebranded as Generic and Biosimilar Medicines of Southern Africa (GBM), the National Association of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers (NAPM) was established in 1977 as a Section 21 Trade Association. It is a voluntary, non-profit organisation whose members are South African and International Generics based Pharmaceutical manufacturers and distributors. The NAPM/GBM has a diverse membership comprising of manufacturing, importing and regulatory companies. Part of the NAPM/GBM’s function is to ensure that the sector plays a constructive role in our country’s economic growth, development and transformation and thereby create an environment in which the sector can thrive, expand, be competitive and enhance access of medicines to all of our country’s citizens.Continue reading →