Round Table White River 64

Round Table in Southern Africa includes South Africa and Namibia and is described in their Orange Handbook as “Round Table Southern Africa is a non-political, non-denominational association of young men between the ages of 18 & 40, embracing representatives of nearly every profession and occupation, whose objects encompass the encouragement of high ethical standards, promotion of networking and fellowship among young professional men, the quickening of individual interest everything affecting the public welfare, the promotion of understanding amongst peoples of different cultural, language and political backgrounds.”

CANSA Lowveld

The CANSA Seal of Recognition, (CANSA Smart Choice and CANSA SunSmart) encourages South Africans to read product labels and to assist them to make informed choices, aimed at promoting a smart, healthy and balanced lifestyle. It also helps consumers identify products free of toxins, carcinogens, hormones and/or endocrine disruptors.

The Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa – WESSA

Originally the Wildlife Society of SA, WESSA registered as an Incorporated Association not for gain. WESSA is regionally represented by WESSA Lowveld and chaired by Ricky Pott. The branch is particularly active due to its proximity to the Kruger National Park and the many private game farms surrounding this global treasure. WESSA Lowveld organises many regular events – speakers, documentaries and an annual auction – which are enthusiastically attended by local residents.

Hands at Work White River

Living and working in the poorest communities around White River, in Kwa Zulu Natal and travelling throughout the countries of southern Africa, George and Carolyn have learned two lessons – following Christ means being a servant, and that a relationship is the foundation on which to build the Kingdom of God. These lessons are part of the core values of Hands at Work.