WHY JOIN?

South Africa and Nigeria are the biggest economies in Sub-Saharan Africa and both offer enormous market and investment potential at home as well as in their respective regions.  

The South Africa-Nigeria Business Chamber, established in 2005, sits on the axis of this important relationship with a mandate to promote bilateral investment and facilitate business between the countries.  

HOW CAN YOU BENEFIT?

Join our African business-to-business network today. For an annual membership fee, we offer you the following benefits:

  • Join our networking forums to engage with people who are a ready-made source of information, practical advice and insights into doing business in Africa.
  • Leverage our reputation and strong brand in this business corridor by linking your brand to ours through sponsoring and advertising on our platforms.
  • Get our weekly newsletter in your mailbox every Monday with up-to-date news.
  • Enjoy access to our Chamber executive to assist with information and advice and other issues that you may have. We are a friendly voice at the end of the line.
  • Get access to visiting Nigerian VIPs and delegations in South Africa.
  • Benefit from our membership of South Africa’s biggest business chamber, the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI) to gain information about the South African economy.
  • Enjoy business links to Nigeria through our network of associates, chambers and organisations, including diplomatic missions.
  • Get timeously informed about changes in visa and immigration rules in both countries.
  • Make input into business climate issues in both countries through our various networks.

More than 400 companies have passed through our doors over the past 16 years. Why don’t you join them? Contact us today.

MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES 2022

The Chamber’s membership is a 12-month commitment. After one year, you may renew or, if you prefer, cancel. This makes it easy for you to join us and see how you like it and if you feel it works for your company.

There are three categories of membership: Platinum, Gold and Silver.

Platinum Membership: Annual Fee R16 500

The elite membership package is aimed at large corporates with business interests in Nigeria or who wish to be more closely associated to Africa’s biggest market. But the category is open to any sized company.
 
Gold Membership: Annual Fee R7 500

This is our mid-tier membership category for mid-to-large corporations.

Silver Membership:  Annual Fee R3 500

For small companies of 10 or fewer employees who want to enjoy membership benefits.

*   Note that if a member wishes to cancel membership, we must be notified before the membership expires or you will still be liable for payment for the upcoming year.

HOW TO APPLY

Please register on this link
 
Once the information has been assessed and your membership is approved, you will receive an invoice for payment. Once the fee has been paid, the primary member listed on the form will be notified with a welcome letter and benefits will apply immediately.

CONTACT US

Please email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you would like more information about membership or to explore whether it would deliver value for your business.

SA-NBC MEMBER HIGHLIGHT

  • Redstep Investments

    Redstep Investments, part of the Redstep Creations group, specialises in helping clients achieve their financial objectives in emerging and western markets. Services include capital raising, business development, acquisition execution and advice, mergers for both emerging and middle market companies, business recovery loans and technology consulting. Founder Olatunde Olaniawo has a deep knowledge of Europe and Africa from a commercial and relationship building point of view and has vast experience in markets from sub-Saharan Africa to Europe, Israel, China and the US.

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