Chambers of Commerce
About the SA Israel Chamber of Commerce:
The SA Israel Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1978 and restructured in 1999. It has more than 170 corporate members on board and it’s still growing. The SA Israel Chamber of Commerce is known as the only Chamber of Commerce which promotes business and investment between Israel and South Africa. South Africa and Israel offer dynamic opportunities for mutual development and growth. There is great potential for closer interaction and bilateral trade across areas such as South African commodities and agriculture, along with Israel’s world class technology and innovation.
Rivonia Business Centre
377 Rivonia Boulevard
Corner of Rivonia Blvd & 12th Avenue
About South Africa-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce:
The South Africa-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce was launched in May 2005 in Sandton, Johannesburg. It was done at a prestigious event attended by more than 150 business-people and the media as well as then Nigerian High Commissioner. The South Africa-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce was the second African bilateral chamber in a growing family of Chambers. It has been recognised by the Intergovernmental Committee of Experts of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, Southern African centre as a best private sector practice in the promotion of regional integration.
Chamber House, 24 Sturdee avenue
About South African Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SACCI):
The SACCI is the largest Chamber in the country. Through its constituent chambers, it has a total membership of close to 20 000 businesses. Most of them are small and medium-sized. The SACCI is also represented on several external bodies. Valuable contributions are made to decision-making in a specified field. It is represented on a number of government bodies, which further enhances the status of the chamber movement as the voice of business in South Africa.