MASTER BUILDERS South Africa is the leading national representative body in the building and construction industry in South Africa. It operates as Federation of registered employer Associations representing contractors and employers in the construction industry, and is regulated in terms of Section 107 of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995. The Federation’s nine Master Builders Associations, and three Affiliate Associations represent more than 4000 contractors and employers in the industry.
Master Builders South Africa represents its members on national bodies and lobbies national government on legislative and other policy issues. It also provides a range of services to its members that include on-going training, legal services, labour relations, building codes and standards, and regulatory compliance matters that affect the building industry.
Master Builders South Africa strives to be the leading voice of the South African Construction industry and is committed to achieving a sustainable construction industry.
MBA Boland will provide leadership to the building industry by striving to create a profitable environment through facilitating and coordinating industry activities, providing quality services , maintaining a regional platform and influencing the environment to achieve benefits for members and the communities in its area of jurisdiction.
The MBA is a registered employers association which represents the interests of 700 employer members throughout the entire Southern and East Cape, including the East London/Border area.
Master Builders and Allied Trades Association (Free State) know as MBA FS was founded in 1952. The Association is an employers organization in terms of the Labour Relations Act.Our objective is to ensure members maintain a high reputation in building and construction standards.
The Master Builders Associations North (MBA North) has its roots in the Pretoria Master Builders Associations (1903) and the Johannesburg Master Builders Associations (1904). These organizations merged in January 1996 to form the Gauteng Master Builders Associations (GMBA).
The Association is an employers` organisation registered in terms of the Labour Relations Act and exists to represent the interests of members, as well as to provide them with specialist support services to assist them in the successful running of their businesses.
The Master Builders Associations (MBA) Greater Boland is a registered trade association for employers in the building industry and represents some 120 members in die Greater and greater Boland areas.
After more than a hundred years of service, Master Builders’ Association still strives to deliver the highest standards in building services, not only to Kimberley, but also to the larger Northern Cape area.
The Master Builders and Allied Trades’ Association, Western Cape, known to most people in this area simply as “the MBA”, is a registered trade association for employers in the building industry.
The Association of Architectural Aluminium Manufacturers of South Africa (AAAMSA) was founded by eight companies in July 1974 to foster trade and commerce in relation to those persons associated in the manufacture and installation of architectural aluminium structures.
As a I hand over reigns of the MBSA Presidency to my esteemed colleague and friend, Musa Shangase, I am pleased to look back at the journey we have traversed together in the last two years, fraught by its many challenges and successes. There is no doubt that these have been unprecedent times in the history of modern mankind. Equally so for our country and the building industry. However, I want to repeat the words I have once quoted of Hugh Howey who said “My only wish is that we leave room for hope. There is good and bad in all things. We find what we expect to find. We see what we expect to see. I have learned that if I tilt my head just right and squint, the world outside is beautiful. The future is bright. There are good things to come.” Indeed, good things are coming, and since the beginning on the year we have seen some improvements that point to a recovery of our industry.
From the industry point of view, we remain under pressure and its sad to see that construction companies, particularly small businesses continue to close due to lack of work. Despite all these challenges, I urge all our members to remain resolute and positive. We continue to do our best to protect the interest of the industry and we welcome all your feedback as our members. We recognize and have acknowledged that the construction industry in South Africa was in a general state of decline prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.