|The SIZA programme has developed various resources to assist its members with implementation of the Standard and continuous improvement.|
Handbook provides a summary of legal
requirements and best practice and can be downloaded
in English and Afrikaans.
Visit Documents Library for the "How to Develop a Policy" guides to assist with development of policies relevant to the ethical code in the workplace for example, an Ethical Trade policy or Child Labour policy.
Siza Program to benefit from
Fruit South Africa (FSA), the umbrella organization of the South African fruit industry, was formed in June 2001.
years FSA did not have staff, relying on the member
organisations (Citrus Growers’ Association, SA Table
Grape Industry, HORTGRO, Fresh Produce Exporters
Forum and Subtropical Growers’ Association) to
supply resources to undertake projects identified as
common to all FSA members.
In order to deliver on the many issues dealt with by FSA, Dr Konanani Liphadzi was appointed as full time Officer on 1 June 2014. This permanent staffing within FSA has already increased the ability to deliver.
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|SIZA is a
membership-based organisation, open to producers,
exporters, and stakeholders across the supply chain.
|SIZA operates as a not-for-profit
initaitive and on a 'user-pays' basis so membership
fees are reinvested in the programme and in industry
development projects. Read More »
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