SG’s Note

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Secretary General Desk

 

Food Prices and negative effect on small business. The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry ( NAFCOC)  is deeply concerned by the effect increasing food and basic commodity prices and will be working with players in the food industry to find ways of mitigating this matter . The worst hit section of our country is the SMMEs, especially those in the townships who form the bulky of our membership. They service mostly low income communities whose buying power is being eroded by the price increases.  Read more here


NAFCOC STATEMENT ON MATRIC RESULTS FOR THE CLASS OF 2015. The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NAFCOC) congratulate all the learners that have achieved their National Senior Certificate in 2015. We further congratulate top achievers like John Sibanda, Dimpho Phalane and Mangaliso Dobe, Enerst Molelle, Kukhokuhle Tsengwa and Hamandishe Mathivha, Carel Coetzee, Simone Heenop, Tala Ross, William May and Andrew Tucker, among others for exceptional passes.   Read more


NAFCOC has a very rich history of voicing the concerns of small business. Since its formation in 1964 by a group of business people who sought to embolden their voice against segregate trading laws, the organisation has grown to command a key position in organised business in South Africa. NAFCOC has produced some of this country’s illustrious business men and women who continue to play a key role in the economic destiny of South Africa.


Dear ALL, Leadership of NAFCOC undertook a Business Trade mission to Indonesia. We met with a lot of SMME who are looking for Export / Import   their products between the two countries. Contact the head office to get the full list of the Indonesia SMME’S that caters for all Nafcoc sectors.


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