The Maize Trust was founded in August 1998 to promote the South African maize industry. The Trust serves the industry through financial support for institutions and organisations with programmes aimed at market and production related research. The secondary objectives of the Trust are to fund the assimilation and dissemination of market information and to broaden market access for the benefit of the maize industry.Continue reading →
JET Education Services is an independent, non-profit organisation that works with government, the private sector, international development agencies and education institutions to improve the quality of education and the relationship between education, skills development and the world of work.Continue reading →
The Independent Development Trust are responsible for delivering social infrastructure and social development programme management services on behalf of government. The social infrastructure programmes we deliver include public schools, clinics, community centres, government offices and these are predominantly in rural communities in the nine provinces of South Africa.Continue reading →
The Hout Bay Youth Sailing Development Trust (HBYSDT) was founded to provide sailing development opportunities for the youth of the greater Hout Bay area.Continue reading →
OPDT: The main objective of OPDT are the promotion and development of the Oilseeds Industry in South Africa by the financing of, research projects, the provision of information and advisory services to the Oilseeds Industry, etcContinue reading →
During the phasing-out process of the Wheat Board (a statutory institution under the Marketing Act of 1968) the winter cereal industry identified the need for certain functions executed by the Wheat Board to be continued after the Wheat Boards dissolution.
Winter cereal is defined as wheat, barley, oats, rye, durum wheat and triticale.
The functions which were identified for continuation, were the provision of market information, laboratory services and financial support to research projects.Continue reading →
The Environmental and Development Agency (EDA) Trust is a non-governmental organisation with over 20 years of experience in integrated rural development in the communal areas of South Africa. EDA works with rural communities and organisations in the Herschel and Maluti sub-regions of the Eastern Cape, in the southern and central districts of the Northern Province and in the Bronkhorstspruit district in Mpumalanga/Gauteng. EDA is affiliated to a number of rural networks of NGOs and CBOs, and will work to widen the discussions on traditional leaders and institutions into these networks, and to encourage broad participation in the popular formulation of policy at all levels.Continue reading →
The EWT’s conservation strategy aligns the organisation’s core objectives and goals with its Mission and Vision and with the broader framework of external issues and pressures. The strategy remains dynamic, with revisions undertaken on an annual basis.Continue reading →
The Trust exercises its mandate principally by providing financial support for organisations conducting research, collecting and disseminating market information and performing transformation projects in the South African Sorghum Industry.Continue reading →
The Wilderness Wildlife Trust, an independent non-profit entity associated with the Wilderness Group, supports a wide variety of projects across Africa. The projects and researchers that it supports address the needs of existing wildlife populations, seek solutions to save endangered species and provide education and training for local people and their communities.Continue reading →