The Society strives to promote and develop the Limousin Cattle breed.Continue reading →
The Dendrological Society promotes the study, protection and propagation of trees and tree-dominated ecosystems as a contribution to effective environmental conservation and improvement in South Africa. Membership of the Dendrological Society is open to all natural persons whose application is seconded by two members and endorsed by the Executive Committee.Continue reading →
The aim of the Danish Society of South Africa is to preserve, maintain, promote and encourage Danish history, culture and language in South Africa. We organize events to celebrate Danish holidays and festivals and activities related to Danish traditions.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 →
The LSSA speaks nationally on behalf of the attorneys’ profession;
provides leadership and support to the profession through policy development and stakeholder relations;
publishes De Rebus, the SA attorneys journal in print and digital format, which circulates to all attorneys, and judges as well as subscribers in print and digital format, as well as an app;
interrogates and makes input on policy and draft legislation in the public interest;
provides vocational training to over 1 400 candidate attorneys a year; attendance fees are subvented by the Attorneys Fidelity Fund;
has 10 Centres of the School for Legal Practice: Bloemfontein, Polokwane, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban, Potchefstroom, East London, Pretoria and Johannesburg as well as a distance training centre in cooperation with Unisa
is accredited as the premier provider of other practical legal training courses (PLT) for candidate attorneys in terms of the Attorneys Act, 1979;
is accredited as the premier provider of subsidised Practice Management Training (PMT) for mandatory practice management in terms of the Judicial Matters Second Amendment Act, 2003;
maintains standards by setting examination papers for the Attorneys Admission, Conveyancing and Notarial professional examinations for attorneys; and
maintains a national database on statistics and trends in the attorneys’ profession.
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 →
during Johannesburg’s pioneer gold rush yearsContinue reading →
For all rose lovers not only in and around Knysna. The KRS offers outings, pruning demo’s and all things rosie 🙂 KRS is a proud member of ROSA (Federation of Rose Societies of South Africa)Continue reading →
LCS is a non-profit organisation that supports cancer patients and their families by means of providing nursing, psycho-social & educational support services.Continue reading →
THE AIMS OF THE SOCIETY
To encourage high professional standards among individuals engaged in the transfer and licensing of technology.
To assist the members in improving their skills and techniques in licensing through self education; attending educational activities; and through their exchange of information, both personally and by way of publications.
To inform the public, the business community and governmental and international bodies about the economic significance of technology licensing and the importance of high standards required in the field.
To make available to its members the latest, most accurate information on the subject of technology licensing.
The transfer of intellectual property and/or intellectual capital assets is the lifeblood of the new global order and LESI, as the heart of the family of LESI societies worldwide, must assume much of the responsibility of keeping that lifeblood flowing.