We are a non-profit organisation with a broad objective of providing a networking  forum for our members to develop their business activities, promote trade, and in turn, deepen the relationship between Australia and Southern African countries.

Membership Benefits

  • Networking & Events – mix with like minded business people and hear from key speakers to find opportunities for your business.
  • Providing Information – what you need to know about doing business in Southern Africa, and who to speak with
  • Advocacy – your voice to government on issues impacting your business
  • Social – our 8+ events per year bring all sorts of people together in a fun and relaxed environment

One of the benefits of membership is that current members can indicate their membership status by appropriate use of the Chamber’s name and logo on their websites, social media and other communications.

It would, for example, be appropriate to state on a corporate member’s website “Proud Member of the Australian Business Chamber of Southern Africa” and append the logo. Please note that the context in which the name or logo is used must not suggest any support, endorsement or approval by the Chamber of the member, of any other person or of the products or services of any person including the member.

The Chamber accepts no responsibility or liability for use of the name or logo by a member or any other person. The Chamber reserves the right to require the name and/or the logo to be removed immediately from any public context associated with a member. Thanks for your assistance in complying with these rules.

Welcome to our newest member

Celeste’ Langeveldt (Transportation Management Specialist)

(AJ) Celeste’ Langeveldt is a highly experienced and qualified cross border logistics transport operator and marketer. Specialties include import exports & transport strategy & Road freight, Air Freight, Marine, Rail and Pipeline transport & Business Analysis as well as company rescue. Career started in 2002 to date various qualifications obtained from the University of Potchefstroom and specialized in transport at the University of Johannesburg, an opportunity and acceptance from University of Oxford (with part bursary) has been offered. Vast experience in Africa includes various trips abroad and time spent amongst the locals as well as borders, loading and offloading points at various mines.  Skilled in the culture and workings as well as the laws of SADC countries includes, but not limited to some of the local languages. A passion & understanding for transport and the love for people of Africa and its workings. Highly computer literate, trustworthy, self-starter loyal and hardworking. Strong advocate for the empowering of woman in transport. Career aspiration is to obtain a doctorate in transport. Currently working at the Kempston group of companies as Cross border Ambassador.


Please download our membership application form here. Complete the form and email it back to along with a photo and a short bio of yourself or your company if the application is on behalf of an organisation.

Our presentation is available for download here

Members Portfolio

ABCSA members portfolio is available for download here

No. of Members

Annual Fee

Cost per Member (thereafter)

Small Business
Non-Resident Company



ZAR 20,000
ZAR 10,000
ZAR   6,000
ZAR   6,000
ZAR   2,000

ZAR 400
ZAR 400
ZAR 400
ZAR 400

VAT Not Applicable

Platinum Sponsor Benefits

  • Recognition at all ABCSA events
  • Masthead recognition on all banners, printed and publicly related material used or generated by ABCSA
  • Website exposure, banner advertisement and links
  • All benefits enjoyed by the Large Corporate Member
  • When possible, briefings from the High Commissioner or other key decision makers / guest speakers
  • Regular updates on political / economic issues
  • Invitation to Corporate dinners to get better access to political speakers and key decision makers (pending on the availability of the speaker as at the time)

Message from the Australian High Commissioner HE Ms Gita Kamath dated 26 March 2020

While the Australian High Commission office in Pretoria is temporarily closed to the public we remain committed to providing consular advice and services to Australians in Southern Africa during the current lockdown. Please see the following message from the Australian High Commissioner HE Ms Gita Kamath dated 26 March – click on the link