Nigerian South African Chamber of Commerce

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Welcome to the Nigeria - South Africa Chamber of Commerce.
NSACC was established in May 2000 to promote bilateral trade activities between Nigeria and South Africa.

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Welcome to NSACC

Since the inauguration of the Nigeria – South Africa Chamber of Commerce in the year 2000, trade between the two countries has grown tremendously. The Nigeria – South Africa Chamber of Commerce has been a veritable economic tool responsible for part of the increment in trade between Nigeria and South Africa.

Through the Chamber activities, many South African firms have indicated interest in joint partnership with Nigerian firms and other forms of economic co-operations with several business establishments in Nigeria.

South African firms or firms with South African participation are active in Nigerian business sectors such as telecommunications, broadcasting, petroleum, banking, hospitality and the like.

The membership strength of the chamber as at January 2014 is 315 members all of which are corporate members. Membership comprises fully Nigerian owned firms and those with ownership by both Nigerian and South African investors.

Nigerian-South African Chamber of Commerce’s membership cover almost the whole spectrum of business activities in Nigeria. For example banking/finance services, manufacturing, insurance, advertising, accounting, auditing and management consulting. Others are airline services, broadcasting, engineering, law, freight, hospitality, health/pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, property, telecommunication, stock brokering, and information technology. Membership is spread all over the country with specific presence in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kaduna, Kano, Gombe, Ibadan and Onitsha.

The Chamber assists members in visa application process, to ensure members get stress-free visas.