| Association for Dietetics in South Africa|
The Association for Dietetics in South Africa (ADSA) is the professional organisation for Registered Dietitians. The primary aims of the Assocation are to serve the interests of dietitian in South Africa and promote the nutritional well being of the community.
BabyYumYum is South Africa's fastest-growing parenting portal and has become the preferred interactive sharing and networking community of parents hungry for credible information, trustworthy expert advice and useful resources.
Bonitas aims to make quality healthcare accessible to South Africans. We offer a wide range of products that are simple to understand, easy to use and give our members more value for money.
Cipla is a global pharmaceutical company whose goal is ensuring no patient shall be denied access to high quality & affordable medicine and support.
The Council for Health Service Accreditation of Southern Africa (COHSASA), a not-for-profit organisation in Cape Town, South Africa, assists a wide range of healthcare facilities to meet and maintain quality standards.
| Foundation for Professional Development|
The Foundation for Professional Development (FPD) was established in 1997 by the South African Medical Association (SAMA).
LocumBase.com is a supportive ecosystem that seamlessly connects freelance medical professionals with practices and medical centres for short-term work opportunities, maximising income, minimising stress and improving the overall standard of medical care.
Propak Africa, together with co-located events The GAPP Print Expo, Pro-Plas Expo, FoodPro and Pro-Label Africa, is Africa's ultimate packaging, food processing, plastics, printing and labelling exhibition.
SANBS provides an essential service within South Africa and is rated amongst the best in the world in the provision of blood and blood products, as well as in relation to the research and training provided.
| Sarah Fox Children's Hospital|
Sarah Fox Hospital admits children up to the age of 12. The purpose of the hospital is to provide the professional care that is often necessary to allow full recovery, once the critical stage of the child's disease or disorder has been treated.