The SA Engineers and Founders Association (SAEFA) represents the interests of about 510 companies in the metal and engineering industry. These companies range in size from very small employers to large multinational organisations. SAEFA not only offers a wide range of direct services to member companies but also represents the interests of our members at both industry and national levels.Continue reading →
The Pretoria Attorneys Association is a voluntary association representing the interests of Attorneys practising in the Pretoria area. The Association assists its members in liaising with public bodies such as the Deeds Office, the Masters Office, the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission and the Courts. The Association also keeps its members abreast of any changes in the functioning of these bodies by sending information and circulars affecting members practices to them on a regular basis.Continue reading →
The Association for Office Professionals of South Africa (OPSA) is a non-profit Association in South Africa, founded in 1982, for administrative assistants, administration managers, executive assistants, executive officers, clerical assistants, office managers, personal assistants, receptionists, secretaries, data capturers and virtual assistants in fact all administrative professionals.Continue reading →
NAPTOSA was registered by the Registrar of Labour Relations as the Trade Union on 1 November 2006. Furthermore, NAPTOSA is the second largest union in the education sector. We enjoy all the rights of a trade union in this sector and operate in the ELRC under the name of the Combined Trade Unions (CTU), called CTU ATU. The Autonomous Teachers Unions (ATU) consist of HOSPERSA, NAPTOSA, NATU, PEU, PSA and SAOU.The services that members receive from NAPTOSA are as good if not better than that which they received previously. There are more than 80 employees of the Union across the country whose sole aim and purpose is to serve our members. We have improved, and increased the frequency of our communications; offer cutting-edge Professional Development Programmes; increased the number of staff to deal with members queries and grievances; provide a wide range of structures and forums for members to air their views (Branches, Portfolio Committees, Phase and Principals Forums, Conferences etc). The LSEN and TVET College sectors are served by a National Unit situated in the NAPTOSA Gauteng offices with former SAUVSE staff making up its backbone and with the full professional and administrative support of all staff. NAPTOSA rejoices in the fact that it is the only education sector union that is truly representative of the demographics of our country. Our strength lies in the diverse backgrounds of our members. We are bound by a common commitment to professionalism and to educating the youth of South Africa.Continue reading →
The IISA is a registered non-profit organisation established in 1966 by the industry to advance the insurance sector in South Africa and beyond. The primary responsibility of the institute to its members and the industry in general, is to promote the advancement of knowledge and skills, the maintenance of the highest level of standards and ethics as well as the professional development within the insurance industry.
As the premier knowledge and standards hub for insurance industry professionals in South Africa, IISA maintains close links with local and international organisations with a similar mandate to ensure that the membership and other affiliates keep abreast of the latest developments in the sector from around the world.Continue reading →
Description Website Insurance Institute of The Border Contact details Physical address Postal Address PO Box 5115 Cresta 2118 City Province Telephone (086) 1467872623 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please let … Continue reading →
The HPCSA, in conjunction with its 12 Professional Boards, is committed to promoting the health of the population, determining standards of professional education and training, and setting and maintaining excellent standards of ethical and professional practice. In order to safeguard the public and indirectly the professions, registration in terms of the Act is a prerequisite for practising any of the health professions with which Council is concerned. The Council guides and regulates the health professions in the country in aspects pertaining to registration, education and training, professional conduct and ethical behaviour, ensuring continuing professional development, and fostering compliance with healthcare standards. All individuals who practise any of the health care professions incorporated in the scope of the HPCSA are obliged by the Health Professions Act No. 56 of 1974 to register with the Council. Failure to do so constitutes a criminal offence.Continue reading →
Advocates who are members of the General Council of the Bar of South Africa (the GCB) are competitive specialist advocates, who are experts in trial, motion court, appellate and opinion advocacy.
For advocacy, advice or arbitration in matters involving Southern African Law, the South African Bar is a rich source of talent, expertise and specialisation.
The Bar identifies itself fully with the ideals, aspirations and challenges presented by a new democratic South Africa. As a body of independent practitioners, the Bar is committed to providing specialised legal representation, at fair fees, to all persons who require such service.
By providing this representation, as well as facilities for the protection of human rights, access to justice for indigent persons and alternative dispute resolution, the bar serves all the people of South Africa.Continue reading →
The Game Rangers Association of Africa is a longstanding and well established defined community of practice.
The GRAA provides support, networks and representation for game rangers across Africa.
The GRAA believes that game rangers should operate with pride, and with passion for their profession whilst promoting best management practices in ensuring the conservation of our natural heritage
Description Website Free State Society of Chartered Accountants Contact details Physical address Atrium Bldg, 10 Elizabeth St Bloemfontein Postal Address City Bloemfontein Province Telephone (051) 4304240 EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks If you have additional details for … Continue reading →