AUSTRALIAN BUSINESS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (SOUTHERN AFRICA)
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We are a non-profit organisation
We have a broad objective of providing a networking forum for our members
Our objective is to develop business activities, promote trade, and in turn, deepen the relationship between Australia and Southern African countries.
Benefits include what you need to know about doing business in Southern Africa, and whom to speak with.
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Business with Queensland Government and South Africa
6 October 2017
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A health and safety seminar with topics discussing optimising mine processes for a zero harm environment will take place at the Southern African German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 47 Oxford Road, Forest Town, Johannesburg on 15 September 2017 from 8:30 to 14:00
Download programme here
Kliptown Youth Project
Mignon Witten recently visited the Kliptown Youth Program (KYP) which is a non‐profit organisation founded in 2007 by a small group of young, inspiring individuals who wanted to make a difference in their local community.
With the active support of the Australian High Commission and Australia’s trade, investment and promotion agency, the Australian Trade Commission, Australian Business Chamber of Commerce (Southern Africa) (ABCSA) is now reaching out to multi-nationals and SME’s who have active business interests in Southern Africa to become members.
This will not only cover the mining industry but across the whole gambit of industries thus giving ABCSA a broader base to work from.
Explore business opportunities
In business, access to commercial and government networks is critical.
The Australian Business Chamber (Southern Africa) brings you access to a dynamic membership base.
Search for new partners, build relationships, explore opportunities or simply learn from experience on opening a business.
Doing Business in Africa
Africa is home to 6 of the top 10 fastest growing countries in the world and Australian exports to sub-Saharan Africa now top $11 billion a year.
We want to help you tap into those markets.