Meet our ‘South Africans: Just Make It Happen’ Entrepreneurs

On Tuesday, 10th May we had the absolute pleasure of meeting four extraordinary South African entrepreneurs. Whilst their stories are vastly different, as each...

Freedom Day – The birth of a nation

“Freedom” is a word that is frequently used, often lightly, but which in the context of South Africa carries a profound weight of history...

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Leadership, Ethics and Efficacy

An Interview with Professor Mervyn King, Author of the King Codes of Governance for South Africa Written by David White, CEO Of DRG and BusinessFit Edited...

Gala Dinner 2022 Video & Photos

We hope that everyone who attended the 2022 Annual Gala Dinner enjoyed the wonderful evening we shared at Mansion House. Despite quite a number of last-minute cancellations due to Covid, we still had 170 people turn up for a fantastic evening of food, conversation and first-class entertainment.

SA Chamber to Visit South Africa16th-25th May

The SA Chamber will be engaging in a roadshow of events and meetings with their new Patron member - a global business that has the...

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Lateral Flow Tests – still needed – offered through the SA Chamber

COVID-19 Lateral Flow Test Kits are available from SA Chamber partner, Proviris Solutions From 1 April 2022, the Government will no longer provide free lateral...

Human Rights – a South African and Global Time to Reflect

Considering the traumatising history in South Africa, it has made incredible strides in just over 3 decades. Human Rights Day is a significant commemoration that...

Immersed in History as We Shape the Future

A step back in history as we move forward in shaping the future: the exclusive Gala Dinner of the SA Chamber, in the UK,...

Isle of Man Start Up and Innovator

In this article Kinley Legal’s Leah Sizova explains which business ideas are likely to be endorsed for the Isle of Man Start Up and...

Prof Soon-Shiong opens new vaccine manufacturing facility in South Africa

Prof Soon-Shiong opens new vaccine manufacturing facility in South Africa.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Conversation with Sir Nick Stadlen

The death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu at the age of 90 on December 26th 2021 was the latest in a string of recent deaths of iconic figures from the anti-apartheid struggle.

Ambassador Lindiwe Mabuza dies at 87

Former High Commissioner to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Ambassador Lindiwe Mabuza, passed away on Monday afternoon surrounded by her family.

Cape Chapter Launched

A special milestone was achieved this week when the South African Chamber of Commerce UK launched its second South African based Chapter – the Cape Chapter.

SACC launches affiliate programme with Fit To Fly and Covid Tests from Proviris Solutions

The South African Chamber of Commerce UK has launched a new affiliate programme to provide discount opportunities for members and to provide even more value for our membership fee.

FW de Klerk dies at 85

The death of FW de Klerk early on Thursday morning signifies the end of an era. As the last surviving state President to have presided over apartheid South Africa, de Klerk’s death has been met with divided opinions and debates over his legacy.

New classroom funded by virtual Marathon runners

SACC Members have helped to raise funds for a new classroom for Izibonele Educare Centre, which was destroyed during a storm. The classroom was opened by Breadline Africa during a handing over ceremony in Worcester, Western Cape on Monday, 25th October.

South Africa Is Green!

Congratulations to all who played an active part in the joint effort to see South Africa removed from the red list.