Association of Southern African Indexers and Bibliographers

ASAIB aims to promote indexing, the quality of indexes and the profession of indexing. Membership is open to any person who is or intends to be directly involved in indexing and includes specialist indexers in more than a hundred different subjects.

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Pear Africa

Professional Evaluation and Research (PEAR) is a media monitoring, research, and an analysis company that strives to work together with media clients who understand the value and worth of their brand presence.

Whether for a company, small business, individuals or sponsored events- PEAR works closely with each customer to track and monitor the current perceptions and position of your brand in the South African media landscape. All with the aim to move you forward.

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Professional Editors’ Guild:

Launched in Johannesburg in 1993, PEG is a national body with two principal branches, Gauteng and Cape Town, each run by a committee of volunteers. PEG represents practitioners who operate in the South African publishing industry, corporate communications and media. PEG is a founding member of LAMP (an umbrella Alliance of Language and Media Professionals), whose mission is to promote the interests of all those professionals who serve this key sector of the South African economy. LAMP also represents our sector on book- and reading-development bodies.

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The South African Guild of Actors

As actors, we all have our stories of injustice, dishonesty, discrimination and unreasonable working conditions. The only way to create a fair working environment in our industry is to stand together and act with a common purpose. By joining SAGA, you become part of a powerful, unified voice that aims to right current wrongs and influence future legislation to create fair and equitable working conditions. We are apolitical, non-racial and democratic and represents your interests. SAGA gives you a legal voice – join and use your voice!

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SASJA is the professional association of science media practitioners in South Africa. It is a non-profit, non-governmental, national organisation, mainly representing the interests of science and technology (including health, environmental, engineering, sports) journalists and other science media practitioners. SASJA encourages networking and training in the interest of sound science journalism. We strive to improve communication between the science community and general society by evaluating information according to strict journalism ethics and presenting it either in print, or via the electronic media – television, radio and internet – to the public

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The South African Translators’ Institute (SATI) is a professional association for language practice professionals in South Africa. Membership is open to all translators, interpreters, editors, proofreaders, text reviewers, terminologists, copywriters and others involved in the language practice profession. It currently has some 800 members who work in a wide range of local and international languages.

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