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Freedom Day Celebration pays homage to first democratic elections

The South African Chamber of Commerce UK hosted a celebration joined by an influential panel of speakers, sharing their memories and reflections on Freedom Day and how April 27th, 1994 shaped their future and that of South Africa.

Gala Dinner Goes Virtual

On Tuesday, 23rd March the South African Chamber of Commerce UK took its Annual Gala Dinner online. Reluctant to see another cornerstone event fall victim to the pandemic, Chamber Chairman Sharon Constançon and her dedicated team took the decision to move the event into the virtual space and host the dinner via Zoom.

SARB Governor, Lesetja Kganyago gives SA Chamber exclusive insights

On Friday, 26th March the Chamber had the honour of hosting the Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, Lesetja Kganyago, for the second time.

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The significance of Human Rights Day

In this wide-ranging essay, Sir Nick Stadlen, former English High Court Judge and producer of the "Life Is Wonderful" documentary about the Rivonia Trial, explores the significance, history and meaning of Human Rights Day, particularly in relation to the South African Constitution.

Isle of Man Government joins the SA Chamber of Commerce UK

We are delighted to welcome the Isle of Man government as a Platinum Member of the SA Chamber of Commerce UK. In announcing their...

Challenging gender bias and inequality makes good business sense

On 11th March, the South African Chamber of Commerce UK will be joining a global week of activity to mark International Women’s Day (8th...

Sustainable finance for a sustainable planet and economies

The banking industry is changing. The days of being greeted at the door by your friendly local branch manager, who knows you and understands...

Global Supply Chains: Africa’s Opportunities Post Covid-19

Last Wednesday, the South African Chamber of Commerce hosted a webinar moderated by Andrew Skipper of Hogan Lovells, featuring Kuseni Dlamini, Jean Craven, Dirk...

How do South African businesses perform in a pandemic?

Businesses in the South African Chamber of Commerce share their experiences of the year and how they see their prospects for 2021. by Antony Shaw,...

Welcome to 2021!

by Sharon Constançon, SACC Chairman I’m sure many of us were relieved to put 2020 behind us and to start a New Year with fresh...

Andrew Williamson Obituary

by John Battersby Andrew Philip Faure Williamson, who has died aged 78 distinguished himself both as a lawyer in several key anti-apartheid trials in South...

Christmas Message from Chamber Chairman, Sharon Constançon

A time of “Peace on Earth and Goodwill to all Men” For most of us, this year has been our first experience of a global...

Life is Wonderful

Thank you to all who attended the webinar featuring Sir Nick Stadlen’s amazing documentary Life Is Wonderful on Wednesday 18th November, which captured in such vivid colour the intricacies, dilemmas, and risks of the Rivonia Treason Trial.
Brexit & Corona

Keeping ahead during a No-deal Brexit and Coronavirus restrictions

by Daniel Theron of Giambrone Law Businesses operating in the UK are well aware that they are facing the double challenge of Brexit and coronavirus...

Links between Isle of Man & SA 

The Isle of Man and South Africa build on historic links to create future financial opportunities John Hunter, head of banking and fiduciaries at the...