Associations

KZNIA (The Kwazulu-Natal Institute for Architecture)
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The KZNIA is a voluntary organisation and local representative of the South African Institute for Architecture. We aim to connect and enrich our local architectural community through various events and media as well as through a professional support system. Join now to experience the benefits of belonging to the KZNIA community!
PIA (The Pretoria Institute for Architecture)
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“The Pretoria Institute for Architecture (PIA) is a Voluntary Association recognised by the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP), and is a ‘Regional Institute’ of the South African Institute of Architects.

The PIA has its origins in the Pretoria Architectural Society, which was founded in 1945 and was created to:

Serve the interests of architects in the capital city,
Further good architecture,
Take care of Pretoria’s unique architectural heritage.”
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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)
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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.
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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.
SATSA (South African Tourism Services Association)
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“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
Airlines
Attractions
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
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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.
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