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WELCOME to the website of the South Africa-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce, a resource for companies doing business in Nigeria or which are interested exploring the market and Nigerian companies looking at South Africa. The Chamber, established in 2005, is a reservoir of useful information about the two countries. We have a fortnightly newsletter focusing on news about trade and business between the two countries, regular networking events and we offer a visa service built on the back of our strong ties with the diplomatic missions. See the membership form on the Members page.

SA-NCC Celebrates 10 Years
In 2015, the SA-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce celebrated 10 years since its formation in 2005 by Nigerian and South African companies. The milestone was celebrated with a gala dinner in Sandton during November. See the Event links for event photographs and programme.

Assistance with Nigerian VISAs

visasiconThe SA-NCC offers a visa service to its members, leveraging our links with the Nigerian diplomatic missions. For more details of the services offered, associated costs and visa and work permit requirements, please see our VISA Info page.

Latest from the blog

  • CBN unveils the new foreign exchange policy. Here’s why you need to be prepared.

    VENTURES AFRICA – The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele, has finally unveiled the flexible exchange rate policy. This comes barely two weeks after he announced at the Monetary Policy Committee meeting that he was going to allow the Naira float freely at the interbank market. Here is what the CBN governor stated during the announcement which was aired by CNBC Africa: “CBN will launch a foreign exchange interbank trading window on Monday to boost the supply of hard currency in Nigeria. The new window will have eight to ten primary traders handling minimum volumes of $10 million.The new Read More
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Upcoming Events

  • South Africa-Nigeria Banking and Finance Summit

    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.

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