A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between twenty (20) African Public Services Commissions representing fifteen (15) countries in Africa.
The purpose of the Association is to collaborate, share experiences and best practices among Public Services Commissions in order to promote good governance and improve service delivery in the public services of the continent.
Reminder: 2017 Annual Membership Fees
All members of the AAPSComs are reminded that the annual membership subscription fee for 2017 is US$2000 and is payable on/before 15th March 2017.
Members in arrears should include the overdue amounts as reflected in the invoices that have been issued.
If members have not received invoices please send an e-mail to JusticeK@opsc.gov.za or telephone: +27 12 352-1026
Payments should be made by means of bank transfer to:
Bank Name: ABSA Bank Limited
Account Holder: Association of African Public Services Commissions (AAPSComs)
Account Number: 40-7590-6845 AAPSComs
Swift Address: ABSA ZA JJ
Branch Code: 63 20 05
Reference number: NB: Please use the abbreviated name of your Commission and Country and year as reference e.g. CSCZam2017/ PSCUga2017/ FCSCNig2017
Please send scanned proof of payment to: JusticeK@opsc.gov.za and cc NomsaM@opsc.gov.za / and PumezaT@opsc.gov.za
Please take note that Mr Juice Kgoedi (Justice) has taken over the administration of the AAPSComs within the AAPSComs Secretariat.
His contact details are Tel: 012 352 1026 and email: JusticeK@opsc.gov.za
The Executive Committee is headed by the President of the Association and is constituted by five Vice-Presidents.
The Secretariat for the Association is headed by a Secretary, and is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Association
Functions:In consultation with the President, the Secretariat:
The General Assembly is responsible for appointing standing committees of the Association.
The committees are established as the need arrises.