Clients

Afri Compliance is deployed as an independent service provider in South Africa and in the SADC region on behalf of a number of industries and corporate clients.

The following clients and industries have been served by Afri Compliance over the last decade or are at present clients of:

  • The Animal Feed Manufacturing Industry
  • The South African Seed Industry
  • The Poultry Industry
  • The Garlic Growers Industry
  • The Pork Producers Industry
  • The Milling Industry
  • The Agricultural Enhancement Products Industries
  • The insurance industry via Camargue Underwriting Managers, underwritten by certain underwriters at Lloyd`s and Compass Insurance Company Limited
  • Appointed first line auditor of the Department of Agriculture in terms of section 4 (1) of Act 35 of 1984
  • Various smaller agriculture and food related industries
  • Private companies and Statutory bodies in nine SADC countries
  • Approximately 300 corporate companies
  • South African Fruit Juice Industry
  • Namib Mills Namibia
  • Meat Board Namibia
  • Walvis Bay Salt Refineries
  • Botswana Milling Industry

Afri Compliance has a well-developed infra-structure and is logistically well positioned to render services of a high standard across South Africa via its networks in the various regions.

“The high road to service is travelled with integrity, compassion and understanding … people don’t care how much we know until they know how much we care” "

  • AFRI COMPLIANCE GOLF DAY
    Posted on 2015-2-12
    Afri Compliance Golf Day to be held on 5 August 2015
  • AFRI COMPLIANCE CERTIFIES FEED MANUFACTURER IN THE HOME MIX MARKET
    Posted on 2012-4-19
    The first home mix feed manufacturer was recently certified by Afri Compliance in terms of their Agricultural Enhancement Products Code. The company Walt Landgoed received their compliance certificate on 14 February 2012 at a presentation ceremony at Walt Landgoed near Settlers.
  • AFRI COMPLIANCE ANNOUNCES BREAKTHROUGH IN CASE REGARDING UNLAWFULLY PRACTISING AS A VETERINARIAN
    Posted on 2012-4-19
    For many years the veterinary profession in South Africa has been plagued with individuals impersonating veterinarians and unlawfully practising as veterinarians. This practise not only brought the veterinary profession in disrepute but also potentially endangered the animals these so called vets were treating.