The Personal Manager’s Association is a community of Actors Agents consisting of members; associate and affiliate members. Our goal is to guide actors in their professional careers, uphold the professional standards on behalf of the performers we represent with regards to contracts (and the standardization thereof); fees and working conditions in the areas of film; television; voice; theatre; presenting; commercials; industrial theatre; corporate theatre; etc.Continue reading →
The PSA (Public Servants Association of South Africa) is a registered trade union at the forefront of labour developments.
The PSA is the largest, politically non-affiliated,fully-representative union in the Public Service. With a proud history of decades of service to its members, the PSA represents more than 235 000 public sector employees.
The PSA’s conduct is aimed at achieving the Union mission, guided by the values of: loyalty, transparency, respect, integrity, consistency, and service excellence.Continue reading →
PASA is the largest publishing industry body in South Africa, and is committed to creativity, literacy, the free flow of ideas and encouraging a culture of reading.Continue reading →
The website for this union was not operational on the 1st December 2020.Continue reading →
Established in 1957, the Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA) represents professionals in public relations and communication management throughout the southern African region and has registered practitioners in Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland and South Africa.
It is a founding member of the Global Alliance for Public Relations & Communication Management and initiated the formation of the Council for Communication Management (CCM) in South Africa. The Council is the coordinating body representing various groupings of professionals in South Africa.
PRISA plays a leading role in uniting professionals and driving transformation.
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As the recognised leader of the public relations and communication management profession in southern Africa and beyond, PRISA provides the southern African industry with the local professional advantage.
The Public Health Association of South Africa wants to build an association of those involved in health and health-related activities to promote greater equity in health in South Africa.
PHASA advocates equitable access to the basic conditions necessary to achieve health for all South African as well as equitable access to effective health care. PHASA will work with other public health associations and related organisations and advocate on national and international issues that impact on the conditions for a healthy society.Continue reading →
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PsySSA advances South African psychology as a science and profession of global stature and promotes psychological praxis as relevant, proactive and responsive to societal needs and well-being.Continue reading →
PMI South Africa Chapter is a wholly volunteer-managed, non-profit organization with the sole purpose to serve our local membership base and support the promotion and advancement of the art, science, and benefit of the project management and related professions.Continue reading →
WE are the Professional Educators Union (PEU), a national trade union thats proudly South African. What drives us is to organise teachers the educators of the nation, regardless of colour, creed and gender and represent them in labour-related grievances and during collective bargaining to ease the pressure that comes with the nature of the teaching profession.
PEU aims to make teachers lives easier so that they continue empowering the youth with the most important tool education without stress or worry. Our journey began in 1904 at a gathering of African teachers outside Polokwane (then Pietersburg) where Northern Transvaal Native Teachers Association was formed and launched in 1906. PEU is a a member of the Education Labour Relations Council (ELRC) and the Public Service Coordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC). We are also affiliated to the National Council of Trade Unions (Nactu) and the Confederation of South African Workers Unions (Consawu). At the same time, PEU represents our ever-grateful members in the National Economic Development and Councils (Nedlac) Development Chamber. Moreover, we are part of the National Board for Further Education and Training (NBFET).Continue reading →