The Porsche Club of South Africa is the "Umbrella" Club under which four regional clubs operate namely, Porsche Club Central (Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga,North West & Free State), Porsche Club Cape (Western & Northern Cape), Porsche Club Eastern Cape and Porsche Club Kwa-Zulu Natal.
The Porsche Club of South Africa celebrated its 50th year of existence in 2010, making it one of the oldest marque car clubs in the country.
The calendar is made up of competition and socially orientated events. The Time Trial series is for members who would like to explore the handling of their road cars in a safe and controlled environment. Driver Training sessions are held throughout the year to enable members to familiarise themselves with what their cars are capable of and to improve their driving skills. The Regional Annual Concours, which is of an incredibly high standard and has some of the best examples of the Porsche marque on display is an annual highlight where members delight in showcasing their beautiful cars in the various categories. We also have varoius Events of Interest, which include informative “Noggins” where members are informed of technical information in a specific field, e.g. a talk on the make-up of the oil we put in our cars, the Tyres we drive on, how a front running Dakar car is designed, built and managed, as well as events like “Cars in The Park” , “Rhino Day at Rietvlei Farm” and the “BMW Car Club Time Trials” where members can participate in their private capacity. The Social Side is made up of breakfast runs, week-ends away, picnics as well as the Year End Celebration Function where members can relax in a social atmosphere and get to know each other.
The Porsche Club Parade is a biannual event rotated between the regions. It consists of competitive driving events and well as a full social itinerary. This culminates with a black tie Dinner/ Dance / Prize Giving.
The regions use social media and newsletters to communicate with members notifying them of upcoming events and then doing report-backs on events held.
An annual magazine is produced which consists of articles and images of the regional events as well as subject matter of interest to members.