Recent Communiques

GENERAL NOTICES

12.09.2014 CRITERIA AND NOMINATION FORMS FOR THE SACCI 2014 CHAMBER OF THE YEAR AWARD & 2014 WOMAN IN BUSINESS AWARD & Entrepreneur of the Year 2014

12.09.2014 INVITATION: South African-Turkish Business Association | 2nd Annual SATBA Business Awards | 16 October 2014 | Hilton Hotel in Sandton, Johannesburg.

11.09.2014 SACCI Annual Convention 2014

11.09.2014 Request for information on employees in service

11.09.2014 Productivity SA Customer Satisfaction Survey continues

10.09.2014 NOTICE FOR THE SACCI ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2014

10.09.2014 SADC Restrictions on Ebola

09.09.2014 UN & SACCI invite business to participate in a survey: Is there a role for the Private Sector in Humanitarian Action?

09.09.2014 South African Air Force Association

08.09.2014 Report to Members: ANC Engagement

08.09.2014 Avoiding Workplace Revolution

 

 

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SA CRIME STATISTICS 2014 - PRESS RELEASE PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 19 September 2014 13:43

SACCI RESPONSE TO CRIME STATS

In a statement issued today the CEO of SACCI, Mr. Neren Rau, said:

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The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI) is concerned over the marked increase in crimes against Business. Crime is already a significant cost factor to many businesses due to expenses made on security and higher insurance premiums. A single incident of burglary, robbery or high jacking disrupts business operations for several days that in total impose a significant cost on the South African economy. The 13% annual increase in robberies at business premises is a clear indication that the SAPS must urgently improve its coordinated policing at malls, offices and factories around the country.

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BUSINESS ENGAGES WITH MINISTER NENE ON THE ECONOMY - PRESS RELEASE PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 12 September 2014 10:17

SACCI HOSTS MINISTER NENE

In a statement issued today the CEO of SACCI, Mr. Neren Rau, said:
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The South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SACCI) welcomes the commitment by Minister Nhlanhla Nene of the National Treasury to improve business conditions and include the private sector in working towards more efficient public service delivery. Minister Nene briefed the SACCI membership on broad fiscal policy issues on 11 September and was hosted by Discovery. The engagement with the Minister forms an important part of SACCI's continued engagement with Government and Business leaders leading up to the SACCI Annual Convention on 22 and 23 October.

Mr. Vusi Khumalo, Vice President of SACCI, opened the meeting and welcomed all of the guests. “The policy discussion informs South Africa as to where we are heading as a country and as a continent,” said Mr. Khumalo. Mr. Khumalo noted that the various SACCI meetings with Government and Business leaders laid the foundation for the forthcoming SACCI Annual Convention.

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TRADE CONDITIONS SURVEY - PRESS RELEASE PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 11:30

Contracting Trade Conditions


The seasonally adjusted Trade Activity Index (TAI) contracted by 4 index points for the second consecutive month to place the TAI at 43 points in August 2014. This is 9 points below the seasonally adjusted TAI of August 2013. This is a significant departure from the average level of 50 that prevailed since February 2014. On an unadjusted basis, the TAI declined by two points from July to August but was also at a concerning level of 43.

August was the first month in 2014 in which the seasonally adjusted TAI dipped below 45. With subdued economic performance of less than 1% y/y growth in the 2nd quarter of 2014, and labour disruptions that impacted the broader economy, domestic trade activity continued to decline.

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