Past Events

The South Africa-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce offers, as one of its benefits, regular networking events for its members where they can meet and share experiences about doing business in both countries. On an ad hoc basis, non-members are included in these events, which are also a way for the Chamber to raise awareness about itself and about the Nigerian business and investment climate. The events focus mostly on corporate views and engagement but also include diplomats, ministers and government officials and agencies from time to time.

The SA-NCC celebrated 10 years (2005-2015) at a dinner in the Michelangelo Hotel in Sandton on 2 November 2015 attended by more than 100 people, including a delegation from the Nigeria-South Africa Chamber of Commerce in Lagos
 
Speakers:
Dianna Games, Africa @ Work; Executive Director, SA-NCC
Adenrele Oni, FBN Mortgages; 2015 President, SA-NCC
Francis Osuyah, Fros Capital; Board Member SA-NCC
Ambassador Martins Cobham, Nigerian High Commissioner (Acting)
Ambassador (Mrs) Uche Ajulu-Okeke, Nigerian Consul General
Ambassador George Nene, SA’s first Ambassador to Nigeria
Foluso Phillips, President, Nigeria-South Africa Chamber of Commerce (Lagos)
Yunus Suleman, Sulfam; Founding President 2005, SA-NCC
Suresh Chaytoo, Firstrand; Board Member, SA-NCC

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DATE: 20 and 21 October 2016
VENUE: Sandton Convention Centre
For more information, email Dianna Games on email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The continent’s two biggest economies are pivotal to the financing of their own economies and the wider development of Africa. The countries are home to Africa’s biggest and rapidly expanding banks. Who are they and what issues are they dealing with in this rapidly growing continent as they grapple with the disruption of technology and changing legislative requirements. Top bankers from both countries and others in the financial services and related sectors will gather in Johannesburg for two days of interactive, exciting and insightful debates and presentations.

Now that the dust has settled on the Nigerian election, a new administration is in place but the economy is still suffering the effects of the low oil price and political uncertainty about the way ahead. A team of analysts looks at what has happened since the April poll and where the economy may be headed

SA-NCC with the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS)
Sponsored by MTN, GIBS and SA-NCC

A panel of South African and Nigerian experts discussed issues relating to Nigeria’s hard-fought election in 2015 and the effect of the outcomes on an economy hard hit by low oil prices and the country’s investment prospects

Introduction: Dr Lyal White, head of the Centre for Dynamic Markets at GIBS
Panel:
- Dianna Games, CEO Africa @ Work and Executive Director, SA-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce
- Samuel Ogbu, CEO West Africa for the Liberty Group
- Adetunji Omotola, President of the Guild of Nigerian Professionals in South Africa
- Tunde Ogunkoya, i-Partner West Africa for SAP

THANK YOU: Adenrele Oni, MD & CEO, FBN Mortgages Limited, Lagos, and President, SA-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce

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SA-NCC in Association with the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS)

Speakers:
- Simon Freemantle, Senior Political Economist, Standard Bank Research
- Regan Robinson, International Sales Executive: Africa, PriceCheck
- Adenrele Oni, CEO, First Bank of Nigeria Mortgages and SA-NCC President
- Dr Lyal White, Director, Centre for the Dynamic Markets at GIBS

Simon Freemantle shared the findings of a new report produced by Standard Bank, “Understanding Africa’s Middle Class,” which examines the behaviour of consumers in different income segments and the growth trajectory of consumer markets from 1990 up to 2030, across 11 economies in Africa.             
Regan Robinson addressed the issue of online shopping in Nigeria, looking at the trends of this fast-growing segment of consumers in Africa’s biggest economy, highlighting what is driving this growth

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