The Association for Dietetics in SA (ADSA) is the professional organisation for Registered Dietitians. The primary aims of the Association are to serve the interests of Dietitians in South Africa and promote the nutritional well-being of the community.Continue reading →
The RMAA (Red Meat Abattoir Association) is a representative forum for abattoir owners in South Africa. The abattoir industry is responsible for the conversion of livestock to meat. This process remains critical to ensure a safe and wholesome product to consumers. The Meat Safety Act, 2000 (Act no. 40 of 2000) addresses measures to promote the safety of meat and animal products and to establish and maintain Essential National Standards in respect of abattoirs.Continue reading →
The Red Meat Industry Forum (RMIF) of South Africa is an umbrella council consisting of 13 nominated members each representing the interests of the most nationally representative sector specific organizations within the Red Meat Value Chain from the primary producer to the consumer. The RMIF was established in 1994 when the Agricultural control boards were disbanded and it was formally constituted in 1997 in accordance with the provisions of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act, 1996 (Act No. 47 of 1996) as amended.Continue reading →
Catra is registered employer’s association that represents, protects and promotes the interests of employers and their employees. It provides services and benefits to it’s members and also strives to foster harmonious relationships between members and their employees through the process ofconciliation and dialogue.Continue reading →
RASA is a body that was formed in 2004 to act in the interests of the South African restaurateur as a voice and lobbying body to speak on the behalf of restauranteurs.
RASA has direct representation with government and various other boards and promotes restaurants as a sector of hospitality.
RASA lobbies against government and has relationships with SAT, NDT, DOL TBCSGTCATHSSETBAC and other friends of the association.Continue reading →
The Red Meat Producers Organisation -RPO (also known as the Rooivleis Produsents Organisasie), is a service organisation that acts as mouthpiece for South African commercial red meat producers.It is an independent producers organisation that strives to dynamically promote the sustainability and the profitability of the red meat industry in South Africa.Our mission, namely the promotion of a sustainable and profitable red meat industry in South Africis operational through our bargaining and consultation with government and other organisations in order to further the interests of the red meat producer, locally as well as internationally.Continue reading →
For over 44 years The SA Chefs Association (SA Chefs) has represented the most talented chefs, cooks and caterers in the country.
SA Chefs is a non-profit industry body, founded more than 44 years ago, that represents the interests of chefs, cooks and caterers at all levels, with a focus on skills development, the celebration of culinary professionals and transforming the industry.Continue reading →
The vision of the parties to the Council is to create labour stability within the industry, avoid shop floor negotiations and avoid strikes by having a National Council with a national collective agreement, agents to monitor and enforce the collective agreement, a forum for negotiations and conclusion of agreements on wages, benefits and other conditions of employment, as well as a speedy dispute resolution centre to deal with disputes, and an inquiry by an arbitrator which will be provided by the Council at no cost to parties in order to save employers and employees money and unnecessary delays.Continue reading →
Since its inception the Protein Research Foundation (PRF) has been a future focused organisation.. Certain objectives of the Protein Research Foundation (PRF) and its predecessors, including funding of research to achieve specific objectives, date back to 1973. Before 1990, certain other objectives had to be achieved using specific funds, but those were terminated in 1989 to make way for a pure research function and related matters. Those were determined formally in 1990, with the establishment of a research trust now known as the Protein Research Foundation (PRF).Continue reading →
“PEASA is an Employers Association which has been established to represent Employers in all Trade Industries across South Africa. We are also a party to the Bargaining Council for the Food Retail, Restaurants, Catering and Allied Trades (Pretoria). PEAShowever, has been representing Employers not only in the above mentioned Bargaining Council, but has extended its reach to all other Trade Industries within South Africa. PEASA has been representing Employers in all statutory councils such as the Dispute Resolution Centre (MIBCO), the Furniture Bargaining Council, Bargaining Council for the Food Retail, Restaurants, Catering and Allied Trades as well as the Commission for Conciliation Mediation and Arbitration for the greater part of four decades. PEASA has furthermore, played an integral roll in the negotiations with various unions for the establishment and implementation of Main Agreements, including wages and allowances across various Trade Industries”Continue reading →