The Alliance for Children’s Entitlement to Social Security (ACESS) is an alliance of almost 1 000 children’s sector organisations, drawn from all nine provinces. They are rural and urban based, small and large. Members include community-based organisations, faith-based organisations, formal NGOs, social security service providers, academic institutions and other research bodies. All of them share a commitment to the realisation of a comprehensive, efficient and effective social security system in South Africa which is accessible to all poor children, and which provides their socio-economic rights as guaranteed in the South African Constitution.Continue reading →
Alcoholics Anonymous is a worldwide fellowship of men and women who help each other to stay sober. They offer the same help to anyone who has a drinking problem and wants to do something about it. Since they are all alcoholics themselves, they know what the illness feels like – and they have learned how to recover from it in AA.Continue reading →
The Aero Club of South Africa pro-actively promotes, protects and preserves all forms of aviation sport and recreational in South Africa. Through the participation of its members, the Aero Club of South Africa has the following core objectives;
Protect and Preserve
Promote and Grow sport and recreation aviation
The SA Bridge Federation (SABF) is the non-profit organisation regulating the game of Bridge in South Africa. Affiliated to SASCOC, the SABF acts as a custodian, worldwide representative and mediator for Bridge Unions and Clubs within the country.Continue reading →
The South African Camping Club is made up of ordinary young and not so young people, from diverse walks of life and occupations who enjoy the outdoors, camping either in tents or caravans. The Club organizes monthly outings for its members to parks and resorts within two hours travelling, by car, from the centre of their respective regional centres. Activities are informal without obligation, whether it is a special imaginative national team event arranged by an energetic nut or a simple bring and braai. You may enjoy the fun of watching, but for rest and enjoyment you are free to do your own thing!!Continue reading →
The SA Camping Club comprises very ordinary people from diverse walks of life and occupations who enjoy the outdoors, camping either in tents or caravans. Camping is always fun, relaxing and enjoyable, but camping with a group of like-minded friends is even better, and also adds that ‘extra little bit of security’. The Club organises monthly rallies to resorts within an hour or two driving from Port Elizabeth, but we do try and take advantage of long weekends and school holidays, and could relax this rule and go further afield.Continue reading →
Camping is always fun, relaxing and enjoyable, but camping with a group of like-minded friends is even better.
We are a group of friends who get together once a month (every month) and camp. We camp in a variety of tents, trailer tents and caravans.
Being a member of a club exposes you to many venues that you would not have thought of going to and also adds that ‘little bit of security’. Membership is limited as to keep the club as intimate as possible. We try to visit as many and varied sites as possible.
Our membership is around 15 active families. As we are a family club we cater for family events during our camping weekends. It’s your choice whether to join in or not. Many members have children and so they enjoy themselves as much as the adults.Continue reading →
Like all divisions of the South African Camping Club, the KwaZulu-Natal Section is basically a crowd of like-minded campers who choose to camp together rather than on their own. This does not mean that you cannot get away for a family holiday, nor does it mean that you are obliged to camp with the Club. Several of our members have become good friends over the years and there are often separate group get-togethers arranged, specifically at venues which cater for particular interests like bird-watching or mountain-biking. The S.A. Camping Club originated in KZN and we are proud to boast some 65 member families, including founder members Ted and Moyra Allbon. Despite the largest membership, actual camp attendance hovers around an average of 12 caravans per Rally, with some venues more popular than others, and 80 percent of attendance attributed to about 25 percent of our members.Continue reading →
Family Care Association Pretoria (FCAP) worked in Mamelodi, a large township east of Pretoria with Stanza Bopape Community Development Centre, to distribute food and goods to underprivileged families and children. The objective was not to simply give “hand-outs,” but to provide education, training and assistance to help individuals and families become productive members of society. Most of the beneficiaries of FCAP programs live in deplorable conditions, but with assistance, training, and hope, their lives are able to change for the better.Continue reading →
Disabled People South Africa (DPSA) is a cross-disability, human rights organisation that is run and managed by diasbled people themselves.Continue reading →