Welcome to Afri Compliance

Africa's risk & compliance management specialists

AFRI COMPLIANCE Management Services (Pty) Ltd is a private forensic auditing, inspection and certification company, specialising in compliance and risk management, as well as general agricultural development and consulting services in South Africa and the SADC region.

The company has extensive expertise in these fields and has undoubtedly some of the best experts in South Africa on its staff with more than 100 years collective experience. The company also manages its own certification services and has developed various certification protocols to assist industries and businesses in the agricultural and food related industries with the evaluation of their manufacturing facilities and processes to ensure compliance with regulatory and statutory requirements

AFRI COMPLIANCE is compliant in terms of Black Economic Empowerment requirements and is also an ISO certified company.

The company positioned itself to play a support role in the stabilization of the Southern African Development Community economies which suffer the consequences of diverse trade irregularities.

 

In its endeavours the company cooperates with Governments in the Sub Region to work towards a crime free trade environment in the medium to long term, as well as to establish uniform standards with regards to quality assurance, food and bio security in the agricultural enhancement product industries.

  • 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.