Welcome at Skål South Africa
The first club was founded in Paris in 1932 by Travel Trade managers who had been on an educational tour of Scandinavia.
The idea of International goodwill and friendship grew and in 1934 the Association Internationale des Skål Clubs was formed with Florimond Volckaert as its first President who is considered "The Father of Skål".
From that modest beginning, Skål International has approximately 23000 members in more than 525 clubs throughout 87 nations. Most activities occur at local levels, moving up through National committes under the umbrella of Skål International, headquartered at The General Secretariat in Torremolinos, Spain.
Skål International is governed by an Executive committee of seven members, elected by the delegates to the General Assembly, which is held each October/November in conjunction with the Skål International World Congress.
For further information or to enquire how to become a Skål member please contact
Our National Secretary.
Anne Lamb on email@example.com or 021 421 5330.
SA finally gets new domestic airline - News24FlySafair granted a domestic air service licence for the operation of domestic scheduled flights. (From : Skal International Cape Town)
Cape Town to feature in prominent UK travel show - Sandi Caganoff
The light in Cape Town blew Rajan Datars mind! (From : Skal International Cape Town)
April 2014 Newsletter
April Newsletter (From : Skal International Nelson Mandela Bay)
ZWARTKOPS CONSERVANCY EVENTS FOR 2014
ZWARTKOPS CONSERVANCY EVENTS FOR 2014 (From : Skal International Nelson Mandela Bay)
SA Long Boarding Champs 2014 hits Seals 27th April
Cape St Francis Resort are hosting the South African Longboard championships from the 27th April till the finals which will be held on the 3rd May.We , Cape St Francis Resort are a major sponsor and have been for many years. In addittion - there will be a gala dinner (From : Skal International Nelson Mandela Bay)
Cape Town records bumper summer season- SAPA
International arrivals to Cape Town over the 2013/14 summer season were up by 15% compared to the previous year. (From : Skal International Cape Town)
THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION ACTTHE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION ACT (From : Skal International Pretoria)
Presidents Report September 2013 (From : Skal International Winelands)