Sandton Business District, South Africa
Ebene Business District, Mauritius
The South African Chamber of Commerce in Mauritius provides a formal representation of commercial relations between Mauritius and South Africa, one of the Island’s most significant trading partners.
Since its inception in 2013, the Chamber has grown to more than 140 corporate and 62 individual members both in Mauritius and South Africa, across a variety of industry sectors including Financial Management Services, Banking, Travel, Retail, Property and Professional Services.
The Chamber is a registered non-profit Association (#13259) in Mauritius, and as such is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors from a variety of backgrounds.
Promotion of Trade and Investment
The Chamber facilitates and promotes bi-lateral trade between South Africa and Mauritius. Working closely with the Board of Investment and via our network of members, the Chamber can assist South African companies or individuals looking to invest in Mauritius. The Chamber also promotes the role of Mauritius as a regional hub, and the destination of choice for the establishment of investment opportunities into the African continent.
Information & Knowledge Sharing
The Chamber keeps its members up-to-date with the latest news, statistics and reports, relevant on both a global and regional level.
In terms of representation, the Chamber can respond to, or initiate general issues of business concern for its members with the relevant governmental bodies.
The Chamber holds regular presentations and workshops covering topics of mutual concern to all our members. Social events are also popular networking opportunities in an informal forum.
The Chamber works closely with other Chambers of Commerce, both on the Island and in South Africa. Regular meetings are held with the Board of Investment, the Department of Trade and Industry and the South African High Commission to Mauritius.