SABSA aims to do two things. The first is to strengthen ties with the business fraternity and the education sector as a whole. The second is to improve the recognition of the organisation as a representative of SA business schools with government and regulatory bodies. SABSA’s twenty two member business schools offer MBA or MBL programs accredited by the South African Council on Higher Education (CHE) and are spread geographically around South Africa (many with satellite offices in major centres) offering full-time, part-time, modular or executive MBA programs. The schools can offer, support and assess All CHE accredited programs. They can do this through both virtual and online delivery and blended learning approaches. They also offer a broad range of Executive Education short courses, as well as individually designed Corporate Executive Education programs.Continue reading →
We’re a professional association of administrative and financial managers within the coal mining industry founded in 1986. Our mission is to provide a conducive, interactive forum where issues of a financial, administrative, commercial and managerial nature pertinent to the mining industry are discussed.Continue reading →
The South African Centre for Digital Language Resources (SADiLaR) is a national centre supported by the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) as part of the new South African Research Infrastructure Roadmap (SARIR).
“SARIR is a high-level strategic and systemic intervention to provide research infrastructure across the entire public research system, building on existing capabilities and strengths, and drawing on future needs.”Continue reading →
The SAMCODES, the South African Mineral Reporting Codes, set out the minimum standards, recommendations, and guidelines for the Public Reporting of mineral related issues in South Africa. They currently comprise three Codes, two Guideline documents and various affiliated standards and Codes of Practice / Best Practice Guidelines:Continue reading →
To actively promote the South African Rock Engineering Profession.
The objectives of the association are to promote the status and professional standing of its members and to foster an enterprising spirit necessary to the success of all corporate bodies as well as providing a forum for discussion and communication for the benefit of members and industry. We provide a forum for discussion and communication for the benefit of all our members and the South African Mining Industry.Continue reading →
SANSA was created to promote the use of space and strengthen cooperation in space-related activities while fostering research in space science, advancing scientific engineering through developing human capital, and supporting industrial development in space technologies.
The research and work carried out at SANSA focuses on space science, engineering and technology that can promote development, build human capital and provide important national services. Much of this work involves monitoring the Earth and our surrounding environment, and using the collected data to ensure that navigation, communication technology and weather forecasting services function as intended.Continue reading →
SASM is a non-profit professional association dedicated to the advancement of microbiological sciences in South Africa. Its members comprise microbiologists employed in universities, institutes, industry and government as well as student and corporate members. SASM has grown remarkably during the last four years and currently has over 600 members. Eligibility to become a full member of the Society is open to any person who holds at least a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in microbiology or related field. Students majoring in microbiology are encouraged to sign up as student members.Continue reading →
SASBi is a national association, conscious of its African and international context as it seeks to promote the discipline of bioinformatics in all its facets, locally, regionally and internationally. It is committed to excellence in the learning, teaching and research of the discipline and will strive to explore the applications of bioinformatics and computational biology in addressing the needs of the South African society.Continue reading →
The South African Wine Laboratories Association (SAWLA) is a non-profit organization that represents and supports wine laboratories in South Africa. SAWLA provides training, education, and networking opportunities for its members, as well as promoting best practices and standards in wine testing and analysisContinue reading →