The SAWAU offers its members a host of educational opportunities, fun events and information sessions, all aimed at improving their knowledge and skills. Competitions are held at all levels to encourage members to improve their abilities and to test their skills.
Some of the skills you will learn:
Some of the regular activities:
Each of these events is arranged with great care and attention to detail, and include inspirational speakers, information sessions covering health, security and safety, children, legal and consumer issues, cultural activities, performances by famous South African artists, practical demonstrations
by experts in a variety of fields and great fun!
To provide members with a platform to showcase their talent and the opportunity to continuously improve their skills, the SAWAU offers their members competitions in all fields and on all levels – from their local branches to national and international level.
Judging & Judges
The judging of competitions is conducted by qualified, trained judges who are experts in the relevant fields. A Manual has been compiled for judging and is available
to SAWAU members at R150 each.
The manual includes the following sections:
The categories are:
While SAWAU is not a charitable organisation, its members are involved in a wide array of community upliftment projects. Just some examples include:
" After women, flowers are the most lovely thing God has given the world. "
- Christian Dior -
E-Bloque is an exciting and inspiring women’s magazine, with uplifting and empowering actuality pages, as well as news pages covering the wonderfully inspiring work and achievements of the Women’s Agricultural Union (SAWAU) members, as well as the inspiring stories of women from other organisations. It is distributed to members of the SAWAU and other
women’s organisations around the country.
Click here to request the E-Bloque