A delegation of SA Chamber USA met with the US Ambassador to South Africa, Dr Rueben E. Brigety II, at the US Embassy in Pretoria. The meeting focused on a wide range of commerce topics, with a particular emphasis on promoting direct foreign investment from the US to South Africa through the H-2A program in the agricultural sector.
The official opening of Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) office in New York on May 18, 2023, marked a significant milestone in strengthening financial ties between South Africa and the United States. The keynote speaker, South African Deputy Finance Minister Dr David Masondo, highlighted the crucial role of South African financial services in facilitating capital flows for Africa’s development.
A diverse gathering of South African business professionals, diplomats, government officials, and community leaders attended the 29th Freedom Day celebration held at the South African Embassy in Washington DC on April 27, 2023.
To strengthen regional trade ties and foster economic growth, SACCUSA has embarked on a collaborative partnership with the Zimbabwe Embassy and Ambassador HE Tadeous T. Chifamba. This cooperative endeavour aims to promote trade between Southern African countries, including Zimbabwe, and the United States.
Zimbabwe’s vast reserves of rare earth minerals and lithium, which are crucial components in the production of electric vehicle batteries, was one of the many important discussion points on the agenda during a recent high-level Zimbabwean trade delegation visit to Atlanta.
South African Chamber of Commerce in the USA (SACCUSA) supports Zimbabwean Trade delegation to Atlanta
The President of the SA Chamber USA (SACCUSA) had the privilege of meeting the Zimbabwean Ambassador during a recent Zimbabwe trade delegation visit to the Southeastern USA. The meeting provided an opportunity to strengthen relations between the South African and Zimbabwean business diasporas.
The annual gala dinner held at Mansion House, the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London, was an extraordinary evening and the SA Chamber UK was honoured to represent the organisation at such a prestigious event.
In June, the South African Business Council (SABCO) achieved a significant milestone in its mission to promote impactful collaboration between government bodies and businesses of all sizes. The expansion of the Business to Business (B2B) networking event brought together a diverse range of stakeholders, providing a fertile ground for meaningful dialogue and mutual growth.
The South African Chamber was delighted to participate in the prestigious Singapore & Asia Food Fair held in Johannesburg. Chamber President Nigel Ritson and Executive Director Keridyn Heatlie had the honour of attending the opening ceremony, organised by esteemed members Ezekiel Ang and Faustina Lee from Biz Africa Events.
A recent international culinary event, bringing together food, wine and the vibrant cultures of South Africa and Switzerland was an unforgettable event.