South Africa and Nigeria are the biggest economies in Sub-Saharan Africa and key markets for investment. This makes the relationship an important one. Companies from both countries, recognizing the challenges but also the potential, established the then SA-Nigeria Chamber of Commerce in 2005, with the aim of promoting bilateral investment and providing a resource for assisting companies with information, networking and advice. It also engages with Nigerian companies and delegations visiting South Africa or running companies here. Membership includes large corporates, as well as SMEs owned and run by both South Africans and Nigerians.
 
The organization rebranded in 2019, changing its name to the South Africa-Nigeria Business Chamber and revising its member packages to include a new Platinum Membership.

 

Please fill in this short form below to receive a membership form.

 

 

 
 
MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES & BENEFITS 2022

There are three categories of membership: Platinum, Gold and Silver.
 
The Platinum membership is the top-level, elite membership package, aimed at large corporates who have extensive business interests in Nigeria, or wish to be more closely associated to Africa’s biggest market. But the category is open to anyone wishing to take advantage of its benefits.
 
The Gold and Silver memberships offer the same member benefits, but the annual fee is different to accommodate the different company size of potential members. The Chamber has always welcomed small companies into the fold, and we wish to continue this by making the pricing affordable at this level.
 
Membership fees are R16 500pa for Platinum Membership, R7 500pa for Gold and R3 500 for Silver Membership. Please contact us for a breakdown of the packages on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Note that membership is annual, based on a calendar year.
 
Companies joining after June will be liable for 50% of the fee and benefits for the remainder of the year. They can opt to join at the beginning of the new year to fit in with the calendar cycle or they may opt for a June-July membership invoicing round, with membership running for a full year.
 
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 new term.

 

 

SA-NBC MEMBER HIGHLIGHT

  • South African Airways (SAA)

    South African Airways (SAA) has resumed direct flights three times a week between Johannesburg and Lagos, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. In addition to SAA’s Cape Town and Durban domestic routes from Johannesburg, SAA also flies to six African destinations Accra, Kinshasa, Harare, Lusaka, Lagos and Mauritius. SAA has been flying to Nigeria since the late 1990s and hopes to increase frequencies according to market demand.

    SAA is a member of the largest international airline network alliance, Star Alliance, and celebrates 88 years this year and 24 years of flying to Nigeria.

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Contact Info

Contact

Nowethu Dlamini
Business Development & Events
Cell: +27 792 489 910
E-Mail: office@sa-nigeriachamber.co.za

Visas & Administration
Cell: +27 82 331 4225
E-mail:  info@sa-nigeriachamber.co.za

Address

Regus, Building 2
Country Club Estate
21 Woodland Drive
Woodmead
Johannesburg
South Africa