The Argentinean Association of South Africa (AASA) is an educational and cultural heritage not-for profit association. The association offers Argentinean cultural events, dancing, singing, and other outreach programs in the greater Johannesburg region. Come join us at the AASA, which is open to the public, or become a member of our club and participate in our regular events, dinners and dances. The AASA caters for the young and old. No Argentinean heritage or language skills are required to join our club, just a desire to share and enjoy Argentinean customs and traditions.
The AASA was founded in 1999 and is about creating a community where Argentinean community members and other Latin American community members can meet to form friendships and bonds. The AASA is a not not-for profit association which uses 100% of the funds generated to fund house-keeping and special events.
The current President of the AASA is Mariano Cuervo who originates from Argentina.
For those persons wanting to practice or improve their Spanish language skills, the AASA has many members who speak Spanish fluently.
The AASA offers members and non-members an opportunity to experience Argentinean food at its club house every Sunday along with other adhoc events throughout the year. AASA is based within the boundaries of Marks Park in Emmerentia.