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Thatchers Association of SA Tasa
The Thatchers Association of South Africa was originally established in 1997.
FITA
FITA is the Flooring Industry Training Association.
Thatchers Association of South Africa
The Thatchers Association of South Africa’s vision is to be recognized as National spokes body for the Thatching Industry in South Africa as a whole and to gain recognition and obtain bargaining power for its members on both National and International level, as well as visibility and recognition of their skills.
News & Product Highlights
today9 Sep 2013
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Lonza pays tribute to thatchers

Lonza Wood Protection’s long-standing commitment to the role and development of thatchers in the timber industry was recently highlighted by their sponsorship of the National Thatch Photo Competition, an exciting feature of the Thatching Association of South Africa (TASA) annual congress. As a sponsor of the competition for a number of years, Lonza believes that TASA is a significant platform to acknowledge and applaud the role of thatchers in South Africa.
today19 Jul 2017

Floor coverings on a warranty deadline

The Flooring Industry Training Association enters into a Memorandum of Understanding with 24 leading South African Flooring Manufacturers, Distributors and Contractors to announce that from 1 July 2018 product warranties on poor installation, carried out by installers not accredited by FITA, will no longer be honoured.
today19 Jul 2009

Inaugural game at R1.45 billion stadium

The new Nelson Mandela Bay stadium in Port Elizabeth hosted its inaugural match, between the British and Irish Lions and the Southern Kings, on June 16th 2009. The stadium was constructed by Grinaker-LTA, part of the Aveng Group, in a joint venture with Interbeton from the Netherlands. Construction began in April 2007 and was completed on schedule in March this year, with an outstanding safety track record of zero serious injuries and zero fatalities on site.