The Natal Mineral & Gem Society has a facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Natal-Mineral-and-Gem-Society-373562219344620/Continue reading →
The Kwazulu-Natal Society for the Blind (KZN-SB) was established in 1919 and has evolved into a dynamic organization offering a multi-disciplinary approach to access to human rights related services for blind and partially sighted people of KwaZulu-Natal.Continue reading →
Everything about the KZNSA supports its profound belief in inclusivity. Open to all, with every exhibition and workshop being free to attend, the gallery environment is airy, intimate, welcoming and convivial. It is very much a public space, connecting the street to the park, with under-the-sky seating amidst indigenous acacia trees, and the contemporary architecture of the building itself providing a permeable, flexible and robust space to exhibit, work, learn and market.Continue reading →
Description Website Port Elizabeth Music Society Contact details Physical address Baakens St, Port Elizabeth Postal Address City Port Elizabeth Province Eastern Cape Telephone (073) 7289320 EMAIL email@example.com Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, … Continue reading →
The growth and formation of the Mine Ventilation Society follows the fascinating history of the mining industry in South Africa.
A number of farsighted professionals recognised the need for a forum to discuss common ventilation problems, and in 1944 The Mine Ventilation Society of South Africa was formed. The growth and success of the Society has been due to the vision of these early members, many of whom were charismatic and colourful characters. It is often said that the strength of a society is its members and the MVSSA certainly has had many strong and dedicated members.Continue reading →
Description Website Mineralogical Society of SA Contact details Physical address Postal Address City Province Telephone EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please let us know. email@example.com Categories M, society Keywords mineralogy … Continue reading →
In the Spring of 1987 the owners Norman and Val Yeats were introduced to Esther Geldenhuys, the President of ROSA. She agreed to address a group of rose enthusiasts at Spurwing. After her persuasive address, the Midlands Rose Society was formed. The first office bearers were Norman Yeats Chairman, Val Yeats Secretary and Reiche Plunkett Treasurer. Until the Yeats moved to Pietermaritzburg in 1990 the Rose meetings were held at Spurwing with luncheons and teas organized by Val YeatsContinue reading →
The microscopy society of Southern Africa is a non-profit organisation dedicated to furthering microscopy in the broadest sense in all branches of science within the Southern African regionContinue reading →
SALALS, launched in 2018 as a society for linguists, applied linguists and language practitioners, is broadly dedicated to promoting the disciplines of Linguistics, Applied Linguistics and Language Practice and to fostering research excellence in linguistics and language-related disciplines in the region and for all the languages of Southern Africa. We publish a journal and organize regular conferences, among other things. Bearing in mind the historical legacies of apartheid and colonialism in Southern Africa, our goals include the promotion of transformation of the Society and its area of focus at least in terms of research, curriculum, practice and range of languages covered, in ways which promote equity of participation and access, which strengthen the linguistic disciplines and empower practitioners, researchers, teachers and learners of these disciplines to develop tools to explore the full range of linguistic environments that they find themselves in. Our Society is a result of the amalgamation of the former LSSA/LVSA (Linguistics Society of Southern Africa) and SAALA (Southern African Applied Linguistics Association).Continue reading →
The Limousin breed originated in France and is believed to be as old as the European continent itself. Cave paintings discovered in the Lascaux Caves that are about 20 000 years old make us think of today’s Limousins. Today this unique breed has very special meat characteristics and can make its mark with great success in any cattle farm. Small calves at birth due to the fine bone structure that is a characteristic of the breed, make that aspect of farming run smoothly.
The highest outcome percentage, some of the best meat returns and meat to bone ratio of all breeds in SA, make Limousins the natural choice for your weaning calf production as well as for the feedlot. Limousins are one of the biggest breeds today and Europe and proves that Limousin bulls can be used with ease on your cows. Limousins are found in all nine provinces of South Africa and are well adapted to its circumstances. Our membership in SA today total 86 breeders and approximately 11 000 registered animals with our society.
Limousins are known as the carcass breed because “WE BREED MEAT”!Continue reading →