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About NSACC

The Nigeria – South Africa Chamber of Commerce (NSACC) was established in May 2000 to serve as a forum for the encouragement of the Nigeria/South Africa bilateral trade and industry. NSACC is mainly financed by the contributions of its members. Revenue also come from surpluses from chamber functions and trade mission organization. Though acting like a normal bilateral chamber of commerce, NSACC retains its status of a private organizations limited by guarantee.

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

Furthermore, firms with affiliations with South African Development Community (SADC) region generally are encouraged to be part of the Chamber.

NSACC’s membership sectoral activities cover almost the whole spectrum of business activities in Nigeria including banking/finance services, manufacturing, insurance advertising, accounting /auditing, management, consulting airline services, broadcasting, engineering, law, freight, hospitality health/pharmaceuticals, stock brokering and information technology. Membership is spread all over the country with specific presence in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kaduna, Kano, Gombe, Ibadan, Ilorin and Onitsha.

The Chamber has been performing the general objective of intensifying Nigerian/South African business relationships in the area of promoting bi-lateral trade and investment between Nigerian and South Africa.

Also act on behalf of /representing members affected by changes in Nigeria and or in South African legislation. The Chamber has also been at the forefront in lobbying for Nigerians and South Africans having commercial interest in Nigeria.

Furthermore, it encourages contacts among members and with groups and organizations in Nigeria and South Africa, organizing functions on subjects of current relevance to the commercial Community and conducting of regular meetings of specialist groups with the aim of encouraging members to meet and discuss problems of mutual interest.

The Chamber has been maintaining close liaison with officials in government departments and representatives bodies concerned with furthering Nigeria -South Africa trade and industrial relationships.etc.