AGM 2017

The voice of South Africa-Nigeria business

WELCOME to the website of the South Africa-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce, an organisation that acts as a business enabler of and facilitator for South African-based businesses and entrepreneurs engaged in trade and investment between Africa’s two biggest economies. Established in 2005 and now in its 13th year, the SA-NCC is the only private sector resource catering for this important business relationship. Our primary focus is outward - the Nigerian market – but we also assist Nigerian businesses interested in South Africa. For more information about the Chamber, see the About Us page and the Members page for the member application form. We look forward to welcoming you on board.

SA-NCC now in its 13th Year
In 2018, the South Africa-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 13th year. See the Events page for photos of our activities since the formation of the Chamber in 2005, including the 10-year milestone, which was celebrated with a gala dinner in Sandton in 2015.


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  • Is it really any easier to do business in Nigeria?

    The World Bank’s latest Ease of Doing Business 2018 rankings show Nigeria has climbed 24 places to 145 in the annual business climate review as a result of reforms driven by the government, making it one of the 10 most improved economies in the world. Quartz Africa analyses the situation on the ground.

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Upcoming Events

  • Nigeria Renewable Energy Seminar

    In Association with Africa House and Africa Energy Indaba
    Sandton Convention Centre
    22 February 2018

  • Nigeria Economic Outlook 2018

    In collaboration with GIBS and the Nigeria-SA Chamber of Commerce, Lagos
    GIBS Campus, Illovo, Johannesburg
    14 March 2018

    Time: 07h30-0830 Buffet Breakfast; 08h30-10h00 Discussion/Networking

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    As Nigeria enters 2018, there are many green shoots. The country inched out of the recession of 2017 and looks set for a more decisive recovery in 2018 on the back of improving oil prices and business reforms. The World Bank and IMF project growth in 2018 of 2.1% and 2.5% respectively. But Africa’s biggest market is still teetering on the edge of real recovery and many questions remain. Will the authorities be able to sustain the foreign exchange buoyancy of recent months? Are investors looking at Nigeria and what is interesting them there? What are the issues in the evolving political landscape as the 2019 election approaches?
    Join us to listen to a panel of experts analyse the way forward for Africa’s biggest market in 2018.

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