The Fossil Fuel Foundation (FFF) is a non-profit Trust made up of individuals from industry, government and non government organisations, academia and technology all of whom have an interest in coal and energy. Multidisciplinary topics are covered including those in the coal producer and user sectors, clean coal technologies, alternative energies, conventional and unconventional gas, coalbed methane, health and safety, climate change and the environment. FFF conferences, academic and industrial courses and colloquia provide specialist information on these topics and the FFF membership provides a network throughout the entire coal, carbon and energy sectors both within South Africa and across the region.Continue reading →
FSG was established in 1985 in the Department of Plant Pathology of the, then, University of Natal, with the aim of making relevant scientific knowledge available to smallholder farmers. It now conducts action research to address issues pertinent to resource-constrained farmers. It also provides training, advice and project support in sustainable farming (including agroecology), nature conservation, strengthening local institutions, and enterprise development. Training is provided to development practitioners and students in participatory approaches to research and extension. Community members and other partner service providers, including government extension staff and scientists participate in designing and implementation of projects.Continue reading →
The Energy Research Centre is the result of the logical merger of activities of the Energy Research Institute and the Energy Development Research Centre at the University of Cape Town
The Centre is an African-based multi-disciplinary energy research centre which pursues excellence in technology, policy and sustainable development research, education and capacity building programmes at a local and international level.
The organisation’s core activity is energy. Under the umbrella of this first line activity, the organisation is involved in the following major undertakings:
Education and capacity building
Energy services of benefit to the community at large.
The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, commonly known as the CSIR, is a world-class African research and development organisation established through an Act of Parliament in 1945.
The CSIR undertakes directed, multidisciplinary research and technological innovation that contributes to the improved quality of life of South Africans. The organisation plays a key role in supporting governments programmes through directed research that is aligned with the countrys priorities, the organisations mandate and its science, engineering and technology competences.
Key issues that the CSIR seeks to address through various interventions include: creating a vibrant economy and employment opportunities; building a capable state that is able to consistently deliver high-quality services for all South Africans; contributing to the development of economic and social infrastructure like transport, energy, water resources and ICT networks.Continue reading →
With a proud history extending as far back as 1934, MINTEK has become a leading provider of minerals processing and metallurgical engineering products and services to industries world-wide.
Our commitment to innovation and our world-class research and development expertise is supported by a physical infrastructure of modern laboratories, pilot plants and workshops. We believe it is our extensive intellectual capital engineers, scientists and technologists, all of the highest calibre that forms the most valuable part of our proposition to our customers.
Our extensive range of products and services and our continuing attention to your unique needs, will provide you with proven solutions and capabilities that have a positive impact on your current or future business.Continue reading →
The Corrosion Institute of South Africa (CorrISA) exists to serve a broad spectrum of stakeholders with an interest in controlling the impact of corrosion on asset lifecycles, productivity and human life. These anti-corrosion experts ensure that legacies are preserved, economic imperatives are achieved and that human lives are enriched and safeguarded in the process.
Activities of the Institute aim to extend the recognition of corrosion as a problem requiring specialised attention and to promote standardisation in corrosion control technology. We are actively involved in promoting study and scientific research into corrosion and materials protection technology and encourage reporting, discussion and publication of corrosion experience and knowledge. Our inclusive membership structure encourages participation of a broad range of stakeholders in our activities, operating on all levels and in all sectors of the industry. Our internationally acclaimed and accredited NACE training courses provide a solid foundation for our efforts to ensure that corrosion control training of the highest standard is offered in our region. One of the great privileges which the Corrosion Institute has, is to recognise merit and to reward and promote persons making significant contributions to the control of corrosion and to the services or products which enhance our objectives.Continue reading →
Description Website Cave Research Organisation of SA Contact details Physical address Postal Address City Johannesburg Province Gauteng Telephone (011) 9132002 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please let us know. email@example.com … Continue reading →
CPS places a high premium on field research gathering information on political, social, economic, governance and democratisation trends at the grass roots of society.Continue reading →
The Cape Kidney Association is a Grassroots Non-Profit Organisation that raises funds for indigent Kidney patients. The Non-Profit Association was founded in 1978 by a group of Nephrology Doctors and Nurses who saw a need to assist indigent Kidney patients.
We the Cape Kidney Association support Kidney dialysis patients with monthly food parcels, travel allowance to get to the hospitals for their dialysis and bursaries to further their studies or start-up costs for small businesses.
This is the only organisation in the Western Cape that is Kidney patient care based.Continue reading →
The huge inequalities in healthcare in South Africa result in most people being unable to access effective oncology services due to the poverty that exists particularly in our rural communities. Poverty has far-reaching implications for those with cancer. CANSA as a partner of the Cancer Alliance is helping to address the needs of these cancer patients. #LetsTalkAboutCancer #RightToHealthContinue reading →