AgriSETA creates and promotes opportunities for social, economic and employment growth for agri-enterprises through relevant, quality and accessible education, training and development in both primary and secondary agriculture, in conjunction with other stakeholders in agriculture.Continue reading →
The Aeronautical Society of SA (AeSSA) is a fully-fledged Division of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RaeS).
Our membership ranges from highly revered aerospace professionals to enthusiastic amateurs. We also embrace companies as members through the Associated Company Scheme (ACS), which includes some of the largest aerospace organisations in the world, to name Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Denel Aviation, Dowty, Daimler Chrysler Aerospace, BAE Systems, as just a few of the number of some 100 company members.Continue reading →
AATOSA, as an affiliate of CAASA, is where all reputable aviation training organisations have the opportunity to collectively discuss and partake in the direction where commercial and general aviation is heading in South Africa. Through CAASA we have a role to play in the rules, regulations and practices that governs and promotes aviation. AATOSA creates an opportunity to be involved, share opinions and contribute to the growth of the aviation sector and skills development. Every aviation training organization should be part of this association and every customer, student and instructor of such an ATO should insist on it!Continue reading →
In 1993 ACCA was formally relaunched in South Africa having left the country when its members were absorbed into the Public Accountants’ and Auditors’ Board on that body’s launch in 1951. From 1994 ACCA tuition and examinations have been provided in South Africa with papers in South African tax and company law.Continue reading →
ACTSA aims to provide both its members and potential members with ongoing networking opportunities, exposure to international treasury practices and creates a forum for the discussion of industry-specific issues.
In the fast developing world of finance, the management of an organisation’s cash flows, investments, borrowings and financial exposures is no longer left to the accountant, who may not have the necessary understanding of the risks and required management skills. Treasury is the responsibility of trained specialists whose expertise includes financial strategy formulation, a good knowledge of investments, the management of the treasury systems and banking relationships, and the management and understanding of market, interest and liquidity risks. Although ACTSA’s functions are concentrated in the following regions of South AfricGauteng, Cape and Kwazulu-Natal, membership is open across Southern Africa and with special permission even elsewhere in the world.
The Association aims to improve the Safety impact in South Africa through information sharing, creating structured qualification frameworks and adopting industry best practices for consistent improvement of safety performance throughout industry. AMSPSA aims to educate its members on safety matters by considering and discussing everything affecting the professional interests of its members.Continue reading →
Formed with the objective of raising funds to support training and research, The Anaesthetic Foundation, a registered Section 21 company, is administered by a Board of Directors drawn from senior anaesthetists in private practice.Continue reading →
The Africa Institute of SA (AISA) undertakes basic and applied policy-relevant research that focuses on the development challenges and opportunities facing the African continent. It seeks to provide leadership and harness African agency in the drive for the transformation of African societies into dynamic, peaceful, prosperous spaces. Founded in 1956 and incorporated into the HSRC in 2014, AISA takes its lead from Agenda 2063, Africa’s strategic framework that aims to deliver on its goal for inclusive and sustainable development. The Africa Institute of South Africa undertakes basic, applied and comparative research devoted to the study of Africa and African Diasporas. The centre also collaborates with and provides research-based policy advice to African multilateral organisations on public affairs. Its projects create platforms for dialogue, research dissemination, and capacity building through interventions such as the African Unity for Renaissance Conference, the African Young Graduates Conference and the Archie Mafeje Memorial Annual Lecture. AISA’s key stakeholders include the African Union, the United Nations, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the Southern African Development Community, government departments, universities, science councils and civil society.Continue reading →
The Accounting Technicians SA (AT(SA)) is an associate member of SAICA. They are an associate body of The South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA). The association is part of a forward-thinking institute at the helm of developing, inﬂuencing and leading the future of the accountancy profession at large. They represent accounting technicians who are committed and empowered to deliver and uphold the high professional standards and ethics that the profession demands.Continue reading →
APSA represents specialist prosthodontists and the speciality of prosthodontics. It is a special group of the South African Dental Association (SADA).Continue reading →