The Turnaround Management Association (TMA) is the most professionally diverse organization in the corporate restructuring, renewal, and corporate health space. Established in 1988, TMA has almost 10,000 members in 54 chapters worldwide. Members include turnaround practitioners, attorneys, accountants, advisors, liquidators, consultants, as well as academic, government employees, and members of the judiciary.
The Turnaround Management Association (TMA) and its chapters value and seek diversity and inclusiveness in principle and in practice. TMA welcomes all industry professionals as members, leaders and participants consistent with the organization’s diversity values.
With this in mind, TMA is committed to including representation from a broad range of identity groups in the membership and all of its leadership, programmatic activities, and business of the Association. Identity groups include and are not limited to age, appearance, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identification, geographic location, nationality, professional level, race, religion, and sexual orientation.
The Tembisa Self-Help Association of the Disabled (T-SHAD) is a community-based development programme that was initiated in 1990. T-SHAD established a self-help factory with various income-generating projects where people with disabilities can thrive and deliver a meaningful service to their community. Their projects range from gardening, recycling and wheelchair-repairs to computer training.
Texfed is an industrial federation of textile trade associations which aims to provide an excellent service to its members by advancing and promoting their trade and trade-related interests. It provides information to a wide range of industry stakeholders and proactively represents the industry on key issues.
TAPA is an international body dedicated to the prevention of cargo crime. Major freight handlers are joining or employing TAPA, recognised for security standards for facility certification as well as for freight care and handling. TAPA has become a worldwide benchmark for security handling guidelines and practices.
Also known as the Dekkersvereniging van Suid Afrika, the vision of the Thatcher’s Association of South Africa is to become known and accepted as the national voice for the professionl trade of thatched rooves in South Africa.
Also known as the Tuli Beestelersgenootskap van Suid Afrika. To date over 600 Tremere animals of Tuli breeding are on Tuli Breedplan. This is a unique achievement in Australia and provides a sound breeding base.
Heifers are mated at 250 Kg and calving difficulties are virtually non-existint, a feature of the breed. Calves with birth weights of 28 to 32 Kg are fed from beautiful udders
The Transnet Bargaining Council, like all other registered bargaining councils, is a creature of statute that consists of representatives from the admitted trade unions on the one hand and Transnet as the employer on the other.
The main purpose of bargaining councils is to reach consensus on terms and conditions of employment.
TLU SA has always sold the farmers point of view to government. We do not sell governments stance to our farmers. TLU SA does not speak for the farmers, they speak for themselves. TLU SAs power lies at grass-root level where it really matters for the farmer in their day to day survival.