South Africa Branch
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) in South Africa had
its beginning in 1965, under the name of The Institute of South
African Shipbrokers (ISAS). Members that had passed the London
exams were then accorded membership of ISAS, and the records were
kept in Cape Town.
ISAS' international relationship with ICS ended in 1971 as a
consequence on sanctions protesting South African aprtheid laws,
but was welcomed back into the fold in 1993.
The South Africa Branch of the Institute of Chartered
Shipbrokers was then formed in 1996. The President of ISAS, Sean
Miongue, became Chairman of ICS South Africa Branch, and the Durban
office was set up by Bambi Lewin.
The ICS SA Branch is not incorporated as a company nor a
non-profit organization in South Africa, and is run by the
following agreements with London:
- Royal Charter and Bye Laws
- Branch Rules
- International Teaching Centre - Memorandum of Agreement
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Who is who in 2021-22
||Catherine Moodie FICS
||Durand Naidoo FICS
Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers - South Africa
Awaiting new premises
T: +27 11 083 6178