The BSA Police Regimental Association is an apolitical group of former members of the British South Africa Police force formed for the purpose of:

  • providing benevolence to former members of the Force, their wives, widows and families;
  • establishing social contact between members of the Association; and
  • providing sporting, recreation and leisure facilities to its members.

Mounted Trooper, 1967

There are a dozen or so autonomous branches of the Regimental Association spread around the globe which host regular functions and get togethers. Former members are encouraged to join their local branch.

Former members of the force may belong to one or more branches of the Regimental Association. Each branch operates autonomously, but with reference to a Central Advisory Committee. Branches have elected committees and office bearers. Former members seeking information about branch activities or wishing to make contact with magazine editors should click on the Contact Info tab above or below.

The following branches have a page on this site:

We are hopeful that branch secretaries of those branches not represented on the website will in due course provide their submissions.