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saltha South African Leisure Tourism & Hospitality (SALTHA)
SALTHA was founded in the year of 1978, its aim being to lobby Government to recognize Shebeeners, as legimate business; then formerly know as the National Tavernier’s Association (NTA), with its main aspiration to acquire Trading Licenses for Taverners. The first license was issued in 1982. In 1993 the NTA was transformed and reinvented as the South African Liquor Trader’s Association (SALTA), which played a vital role in the shaping of the Liquor Act regulation in the country.
In 2003, SALTHA’s council meeting resolved to yet again broaden the scope by becoming the main role player in developing leisure and tourism in the country, hence the name South African Leisure Tourism & Hospitality. SALTHA is an affiliate of the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NAFCOC) a founder member of Business Unity of South Africa (BUSA) a member of TEP and affiliated to Tourism business council of South Africa (TBCSA).
Mr Churchill Mrasi President 073 288 9069 011 838 7931/2 /3 086 537 3239  
Ms Connie Magala Executive Member 082 689 2275 011 838 7933  
Mr Gordon Hlangulela Executive Member 076 356 6959 011 838 7931 011 838 7932 gordon.saltha@gmail.com
Mr Ronnie Moloi Executive Member 072 288 9069 011 838 7931 011 838 7932  

samec South African Mining and Energy Chamber (SAMEC)
South African Mining and Energy Chamber (SAMEC), was officially admitted as a key and strategic sector affiliate of Nafcoc on the 12 March 2010. It is one of the main sectors of the South African economy. Mining and Energy have always constituted the backbone of the African economy but which is still predominantly owned and managed by foreign companies for the sole benefit of foreign citizens through secondary and tertiary processing plants for mineral resources. The sector has long been the domain of big international conglomerates which did not transformed enough to give black entrepreneurs and mine sites communities meaningful opportunities to participate in the industry.
The sector is comprised by small and medium mining enterprises and the mining host communities and their mining cooperatives. Over time, the sector recruited and incorporated black mining engineers, geologists, metallurgists and other related professionals to give more meaning for small scale mining initiatives in South Africa.
Mr Gilbert Mosena President 0824551016 0118075063 0118079816 sgmosena@boralamining.co.za
Mr Andy Tladi Secretary General 0828957183 0118075063 0118079816 mokgale.tladi@gmail.com
Ms Nweti Maluleke Treasurer General 0825601281 0118075063 0118079816 nwetim@gmail.com
Mr Nicholas Mohohoma Office Manager 083 365 4122 0118075063 0118079816 info@samec.co.za

nafcon National African Federated Construction (NAFCON)
NAFCON formerly known as NAFBI, however NAFBI limited the scope of the people in the construction to just builders. Therefore NAFCON came about which included electricians, painters, plumbers, tilers, engineers, property developers, property managers and artisans in general. NAFCON is an organised voice for emerging and developed contractors, they champion the development of previously disadvantaged individuals. NAFCON is an affiliate member of NAFCOC and a member of BBCBE (Black Business Caucus in Built Environment).
Mr. Simon Ramodike President 082 645 3152 011 783 6319 086 657 7194 simonramodike@yahoo.com
Mr. Welcome Gawu Deputy President 072 595 8261 011 783 6319 086 657 7194 nafconec@webmail.co.za
Ms Moipone Masalesa Secretary General 082 447 9238 011 783 6319 012 717 3529 moipone@gmail.com
Ms Reginah Shai Secretary General 082 702 6348 011 783 6319 086 559 2432 hunadiamphele@gmail.com

nafu National African Farmers Union (NAFU)
NAFU farmer is the official mouthpiece of the National African Farmers Union of South Africa. NAFU formed in 1991 as an agricultural committee of the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce (NAFCOC).NAFU is a politically non-aligned body for farmers – mainly subsistence farmers from the former homelands.
Mr Mathale Matlala President 082 933 4858 c-plan@mweb.co.za
Mr Daniel Kotze Deputy President 083 713 7873 caginfodk@gmail.com
Mr Masedi Letuka Secretary General 072 170 9923  
Mr Percy Shabangu Treasurer 082 343 3469 percyshabangu1@gmail.com

National Industrial Chamber  (NIC)
In the 1970s NAFCOC formed several committees to address the challenges brought about by the draconian apartheid laws. One of such committees, known as the “Industrial Committee” was created in 1977 to evaluate and make recommendations on small-scale manufacturing and related services. Popular demand then grew for the creation of an autonomous body, under the general umbrella of NAFCOC that would specifically focus on the needs and interests of small-scale manufacturers. The formation of the National Industrial Chamber (NIC) in 1990 was the synthesis of this passion. From then on, the NIC was to become the rallying voice of the previously disadvantaged class of small-scale manufacturers and service providers.
Mr. Steve Sonyosi Skhosana President 079 889 9631 012 327 7007 086 691 1415 sonyosi@webmail.co.za
Mr. Tebogo Maswanganye Deputy President 082 725 6136 012 327 7007 012 327 7007 info@nic.org.za
Mr. Tobi Woco Secretary General 076 550 3261 012 327 7007 012 327 7007 info@nic.org.za
Mr. Moeketsi Mokotong Treasurer 081 300 5323 012 327 7007 012 327 7007 moeketsimokotong@yahoo.co.uk

nafto National African Federated Transport Organisation (NAFTO) 

 

Mr. Boetie Letsoela President 083 526 2986 011 039 1156 086 572 9571 letsoelab@yahoo.com
Mr Thulani Khubheka Chairman 084 806 4229 011 039 1156 086 572 9571 kubhekat@scraptaxi.net
Mr Dumisani Sibeko 082 532 1159 011 039 1156 086 572 9571 info@nafto.org.za
Mr. Joseph Mabaso Treasurer 083 478 7170 011 039 1156 086 572 9571 info@nafto.org.za

achib African Co-operative for Hawkers and Independant Business (ACHIB)
Mr. Lawrence Mavundla President 082 510 6048 011 333 0170 011 333 0161 lmavundla@nafcoc.org.za
Mrs Rumbie Kangara EXCO Member 082 398 5140 011 333 0170 011 333 0161 kangara.rumbi@yahoo.com
Ms Tshidi Mphaki Secretary General 082 718 7948 011 333 0170 011 333 0161  
Ms Hilda Plaatjies EXCO Member 072 399 1381 011 333 0170 011 333 0161 matois@gmail.co.za

National African Federated Security (NAFSEC)
National African Federated Security and Cleaning Sector (NAFSEC) is the registered and bona-fide Constituent Affiliate Sector Representative of the Security and Cleaning sectors in The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NAFCOC). The Sector affiliated into NAFCOC on the 17th day of December 2009.
Ms. Thandazile Khumalo President 073 992 7291 011 807 5063 086 659 8384 securitysector.nafsec@webmail.co.za
Mr Naphtal Nzama Deputy President 072 305 6741 011 807 5063 011 807 9816 nzamanaphtal@yahoo.com
Mr Andile Nontso Secretary General 082 444 5234 011 807 5063 011 807 9816 nontso@telkom.net
Mr Jabulani Khumalo Treasurer 072 859 2286 011 807 5063 011 807 9816 securitysector.nafsec@webmail.co.za

 


 

NAFRET  (NAFRET)

Mr. I Masekwameng President 082 375 3684 011 807 5063 011 807 9816
Deputy: TBA
S.G: TBA  
Secretary: TBA