Southern Cape Regional Committee : 19 September 2015
Situational analysis of hiking in SA: Quo Vadis? (2015/06)
Magaliesberg Biosphere Reserve. (2015/06/09)
Attending a GFA audit course/ bywoning van 'n GFA oudit kursus. (19-21 Junie 2015).
Khomas Hochland Hiking Trail (Namibia) Opening Report.(2015/05)
Rapids Trail near Dullstroon/Belfast re-open. 2015/05
Hike leaders course [ 2015/06/27 Centurion ] Stapleierskursus.

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Notice of the AGM / Kennisgewing van AJV. 1 April 2017 9H00
All Members / Alle Lede

You are kindly invited to the Annual General Meeting 2017
U word uitgenooi na die Algemene Jaarvergadering 2017

  • Date/datum: 1 April 2017 STARTING at 09H00
  • Place/plek: The Rotunda, First Floor,Retire@Midstream
  • Addres(s): Madeleine Street, Midstream, Centurion
  • GPS coordinate: 25° 55' 18.99"S, 28° 11' 20"E

    Attached is the Agenda and the Minutes of the 2016 AGM
    Aangeheg is die Agenda en die Notule van die 2016 AJV

    Will you please notify us by email if you plan to attend so we can prepare for the meeting
    Laat asseblief weet as u gaan bywoon sodat ons vir u kan voorberei
  • Laai Agenda af / Download agenda in PDF (155K)
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    Skryf in vir ons E-Nuusbrief.


    To create a vibrant and sustainable yet lucrative hiking industry for the benefit of all in Southern Africa


    To provide and organise hiking trail know-how in order to build successful organisations and business enterprises; in all sectors of the hiking industry; in all areas of Southern Africa; and amongst all population groups.


  • The Organisations main objective is to serve as umbrella body for all interested and involved in the hiking industry.
  • To assist all who manage the interests of all owners or managing authorities (hereafter referred to as owners) of nature trails in the SADC Region.
  • To assist existing hiking clubs and hikers in forming a unified body representing hikers in the country.
  • To serve as link and forum for discourse between the organised trail-users
  • (the demand part of the market) and the trail owners (who represent the supply part of the market).
  • Using research to develop joint strategies for matters such as the establishment of standards, application of quality management (accreditation, auditing), market research and the implementation of these by means of joint marketing (locally and overseas).
  • To obtain representation on committees and boards that have been established by the Government, Provincial, regional, local authorities and other organisations and which could influence the hiking industry; and in cases where such representation is not possible, to provide these authorities with information towards decision making to benefit the hiking industry as a whole.
  • To serve as a one-stop point of service and liaison for hiking trail owners, public authorities and decision makers, where advice is available regarding all aspects of the hiking and nature trail industry.
  • To set standards and provide info for the building and maintenance of hiking trails.
  • Assist where ever possible to help with the creation of working opportunities and jobs

  • install tracking codes