Members Section


AHASA welcomes you to the Active Member section of our website. The purpose of this section is to help you access the exclusive AHASA member resources more effectively and easily.In line with your benefit as a member, a Proud Member logo has been created to distinguish your agency from others in the marketplace, and assures clients of your adherence to high industry standards and AHASA’s Code of Ethics. The logo is available in standard blue or black and can be used on your corporate communications eg business cards, brochures, letterheads, websites and other marketing collateral.Companies who do not belong to AHASA and members that have allowed their membership to lapse or expire, as well as those who have chosen to terminate membership, forfeit the right to to use and display the AHASA Member Logo. The AHASA Member Logo is a benefit for dues-paying members in good standing only.Please review the AHASA Member Logo Usage Policy for more information click here.   

Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to communicate with AHASA info@ahasa.org

AHASA Minimum Guidelines and Standards

AHASA has an important role to play in continuously improving standards and providing guidance to members on developments and trends in the healthcare sector.

AHASA does not dictate to members how to run their business providing they do so in accordance with applicable legislation, but members are required to adhere to at least the minimum standards/guidelines as made available by AHASA in particular the Codes of Good Practice.

Compliance Toolkits

AHASA is committed to uplifting the image of the TES healthcare sector through driving compliance and best practice. To assist members, a range of compliance toolkits have been created. These are intended to educate and guide members on ensuring compliance within the various elements of the staffing industry.

AHASA Newsflashes

Current News that is available to our members.


The Confederation of Associations in the Private Employment Sector (CAPES) is an umbrella body, formed in 2002, when the need for a unified voice for the South African staffing industry became apparent.

CAPES was created specifically to act as the lobbying organisation for the four primary staffing associations, including AHASA, who represent thousands of SME staffing businesses, and several of South Africa’s largest corporate staffing companies.

CAPES, as a member of Business Unity South Africa (BUSA), has been at the forefront of the negotiations in respect to the staffing industry (since 2006) and extensively during the current broad labour law review.

For more information on CAPES www.capes.co.za 

Legislation and Regulation

Compliance is critical for AHASA membership. This resource has been created to provide a short cut to the legislation and regulation most commonly required by nursing agencies.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for in the Members Section why not consider these links?

Department of Labour  www.dol.gov.za

Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) www.cipc.co.za

South African Revenue of Services  www.sars.co.za

Department of Health www.doh.gov.za

South African Nursing Council (SANC) www.sanc.co.za

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