ROCCI wishes all Members a prosperous and joyful 2018.
19 February 2018
The Commercial Counselor of the Turkish Embassy in Pretoria would like to inform you that, Dörtyol Chamber of Commerce and Industry, representing the iron and steel sectors in Hatay, Turkey, will be visiting Johannesburg on February 26th, 2018. The aim of the visit is to promote Turkish iron and steel sector in South Africa and to find partners for the members of Dörtyol Chamber.
To this end, a B2B meeting will be organized in Hilton Sandton Hotel, Johannesburg on February 26th 2018, Monday. Please find attached the Invitation and Company Profiles.
Dörtyol Chamber of Commerce and Industry Iron and Steel B2B Meeting
Place: Hilton Hotel Sandton, Johannesburg
Date : February 26th, 2018, Monday
Time: 10 am – 1 pm
If you would like to take part in this unique event, kindly contact with the Embassy of the Republic of Turkey, Office of the Commercial Counselor (Phone: 012 342 6051, Fax: 012 342 6058, E-mail: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org) not later than February 23rd, 2018.
South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI)
Tel: +27 11 446 3800
Fax: 086 528 2662
Tuesday,13 February 2018
SACCI welcomes the decision by the NEC of the ANC to recall the President of the Republic of South Africa.
In a statement issued by the South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI), the CEO of SACCI Mr Alan Mukoki said:
“The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry welcomes the decision by the NEC of the ANC to recall the President of the Republic of South Africa. This matter has caused anxiety and created uncertainty with both governance and policy in the short to medium term.
In this regard we urge the ruling party to move with speed in settling the outstanding procedural matters including the conclusion of the parliamentary processes to enable the programme of government to progress without delay. The further uncertainty on lack of time-lines will further cause uncertainty and hesitation as to where the country is headed.
The country faces major challenges in respect of the slow growth in the economy, the triple challenge of poverty, unemployment and inequality. It is therefore imperative that the new-found boost in business confidence and the environment for investment, should be encouraged to flourish economically.”
Contact: Mr Alan Mukoki 082 551 1159