As part of membership fees, SIZA offers a variety of training and capacity building initiatives. It is important that members attend training regularly so that they can stay up to date with new initiatives and changes to the SIZA programme and MySIZA platform.

Please see the different planned training dates for virtual training sessions in the first quarter of 2021 below. To register for any of our upcoming training sessions, please send an email to Jo-Anne September on to reserve your spot as space is limited per training session.


MySIZA platform training:

Producers: Thursday 25 February @ 09:00 – 10:00

Importers: Wednesday 24 March @09:00 – 10:00


Social compliance online webinar:

Wednesday 10 February @ 08:30 – 13:00

Wednesday 10 March @08:30 – 13:00


Environmental compliance online webinar:

Wednesday 17 February @ 08:30 – 13:00

Tuesday 16 March @08:30 – 13:00


SIZA social (ethical) videos for agri workers

SIZA offers a new range of compliance videos for Agri Workers in Afrikaans, English, and isiXhosa, which can be viewed on the links provided below.




Because internet connectivity and data prices can be an issue for some, these videos are also available in a low-data WhatsApp format on request. Please email Carmen Botes ( to request the WhatsApp versions of these videos.


SIZA caring for the environment

To raise awareness under Agri Workers about conservation of the environment, SIZA created a Caring for the Environment video in Afrikaans and English. These videos are supported by posters which can be displayed in agri-worker areas. It is important to understand that caring for the environment is not a choice, but something that all of us will have to invest in and implement. This video can be downloaded on the links below.




SIZA posters for both social and environmental compliance principles are available at the SIZA office in Afrikaans, English, and isiXhosa. Posters are provided free of charge to SIZA members, however the member will be liable for postage fees, which will be invoiced. Alternatively, the posters are available for free in digital format to be printed at your own convenience. To order posters, please contact Jo-Anne September on or (021) 852 8184.