Membership and purpose of the society

Whether you are a seasoned knowledge management practitioner or just interested in the field, KMSA provides a network of like-minded people, willing to share their expertise.

Participants are from all walks of life, including public and corporate sectors, academia and consultants, who connect monthly by webinar. Other activities include a lively WhatsApp chat group, regular newsletters and an annual conference. We source content for our meetings both locally and internationally. 

Our membership model focuses on the individual practitioner, but we also offer group membership rates for institutions employing multiple practitioners. For a single annual group fee of R5 225, the full benefits of membership can be enjoyed by several individuals across the organisation. 

To take up membership of KMSA please use the online application
Or download, print and complete this short pdf form and return to

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Member benefits include:

    1. Monthly knowledge management workshops & webinars
    2. Annual industry/knowledge convention 
    3. Lively KM focused digital chat group
    4. Regular news bulletins
    5. International networking opportunities 
    6. Professional credentialing

    Membership is available in the following formats:
    • Individual Practitioner Membership (R1 570 per annum)
      • Invoiced to you privately or invoiced to your company
    • Corporate Group Membership – (R6 000)
      • Covering multiple Individual Practitioners
    • Retired Individual Member (R500 per annum)
      • Invoiced to you privately
    • Student Member (no charge)
KMSA Brochure

The association is a not-for-profit body owned and managed by its members in terms of its constitution and memorandum of incorporation. The association recovers its operating costs from members by charging members an annual membership subscription fee, payable by the end of the second month of each year. Members may participate in the governance of the organisation at the annual general meeting of members or by volunteering to serve on the board or other operational committees.