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SACLAP is there to establish, sustain, advance and govern the Landscape Professions in the interest of the public and to the benefit of the environment.
SAFI (The South African Furniture Initiative)
The South African Furniture Initiative ("SAFI") is a joint initiative of industry, labour and government, and thus has the common interest of promoting development and growth of the South African furniture industry for the benefit of all stakeholders.
The South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners (SAIBPP) is a South African-based non-profit organisation tasked with advocating for and facilitating socio-economic transformation within the property sector and built environment. Now in its 22nd year of existence, SAIBPP is a well-established entity that has been instrumental in shaping key national policy pertaining to B-BBEE legislation and driving SMME development in the property sector and continues to lead the charge in this regard.
Sandra Pelser Art
"Sandra Pelser was born in Gauteng on the 4th of September 1963. She started painting as a hobby in 1992, working during the day and painting at night. She soon realised that her talent could become a career as every single painting that she made sold. She studied fine art at Unisa for two years and attended art classes run by Peter Millard.

She retired as a businesswoman in March 2010 and started painting full time. She works predominantly in the medium of oil paint, and is best known for her detailed portrait studies of women."
Sariga Designer Kitchens
"Sariga Designer Kitchens has been at the pinnacle of the industry in kitchens, built-in-cupboards, bathroom furniture and other residential cabinetry in recent years. Our highly talented designers will assist you in transforming your concepts into a unique product, which is both aesthetically pleasing and functional. Our design expertise includes, but is not limited to, kitchens, built-in cupboards, bathroom cupboards, bars, cellars and studies.
Our custom-made ranges vary from the most traditional style to the most streamlined contemporary European styles."
SATSA (South African Tourism Services Association)
"Established in 1969, the Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (SATSA) is a non-profit, member-driven association representing the region’s tourism private sector, including:

Accommodation establishments
Coach operators
Conference organisers
Marketing organisations
Tour operators
Vehicle hire companies

At SATSA, we strive to maintain our three key qualities in all the work we do: credibility, value and authority. SATSA further provides support to members who require key services and benefits on a local and regional level, and at international trade shows. The organisation also lobbies issues associated and affecting the inbound tourism industry."
SAWLFA was formed by foresighted people in the face of competitive materials and “under-trained competitors” to collectively address issues facing the wood and laminate sector of the Southern African flooring industry.
Aluminium Doors and Windows, Security Barrier solutions & Security Shutter Doors
"In July 1978 The Cunningham’s opened Sevens' first store in the Cresta Shopping Centre. They had just sold their share in a successful furniture group and wanted to open a store that offered well styled, quality furniture at affordable prices, backed by excellent personal service - a concept that Sevens adheres to, to this day.

(Please click on the listing to read more about Sevens)
"Shade Forever is the manufacturer of top quality, innovative and easy to use cantilever and center pole umbrellas.
Our Parashade range of mobile cantilever umbrellas are unique in the world. With a radial opening action and movable bases.
Our Powerbrella range of 100% stainless steel features a power-assisted opening action with beautifully detailing they are easy to use and also on mobile bases.
Shade Forever umbrellas are the perfect shade solution for he private patio, restaurant, hotel, guest house or lodge. Shade where you need it, when you need it.
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