Zim SA chamber of commerce to launch

ZIMSACCI, Julius ShamuFrom DION HENDRICK in Cape Town

CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) – PREPARATIONS for the launch of the Zimbabwe South Africa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ZIMSACCI) are at an advanced stage.

Scheduled for Saturday at the Alliance Francaisse in Cape Town, the launch of the project follows realisation Zimbabwe did not have a platform for people to gather, network and discuss despite a significant number of them having ventured into business.

The Chief Executive Officer of ZIMSACCI, Julius Shamu, said that the mission was to serve its members with opportunities of meetings and conducting business with other members as well as empower members with
resources to enhance their success.

Shamu runs a board responsible for the day to day running of the chamber.

“ZIMSACCI is a voice of the business. It speaks with a collective voice on public issues affecting business and the communities,” he said.

The chamber members will become affiliated to the organisation once they pay their subscriptions which will be valid for a year pending renewal.

Apart from serving its’ members, ZIMSACCI will be affiliated to other local chambers such as the South African Chamber of Commerce and International Chamber of Commerce among others.

“ZIMSACCI welcomes all individuals living in the republic, business people and organisations that require a platform to associate, network, foster business to business relationships and share ideas with peers from various business sectors,” said Shamu.

We currently have a database of over 200 Zimbabwean-owned companies in South Africa.

ZIMSACCI aims to launch branches throughout the major cities of the neighbouring country in the coming year.

CAJ News

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