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.
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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.
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.
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
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The Foreign Correspondents’ Association of Southern Africa is a non-profit organisation representing the interests of more than 240 international journalists based in southern Africa. In addition to holding events with newsmakers throughout the year, the association acts as a watchdog for press freedom and strives to ensure that its members are able to work throughout the region without being intimidated or harassed.
The Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) provides educational opportunities to promote the conservation and rehabilitation of the cultural and natural heritage of Southern Africa. To this end FGASA maintains and serves a professional association of highly-trained nature guides, tour operators and hospitality institutions who share the vision and are committed to the FGASA Code of Conduct and Responsible Tourism Guidelines.
APSO The Federation of African Professional Staffing Organisations is committed to the professionalisation of the Staffing industry of Southern Africa. APSO has been in existence since 1977 and, for the past four decades, has set and managed professional standards for the benefit of Members, their clients, candidates and employees. A proud member of the World Employment Confederation (WEC), APSO is also a founding member of the South African Confederation of Associates in Private Employment Sector (CAPES), the South African Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SACCI), and the Ethics Institute of South Africa.