The National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NAFCOC) is an independent and non-profit business support organisation primarily, but not exclusively, serving the black community.
The main objective is to promote and encourage the development of small business in KwaZulu Natal and South Africa.
Local Community Lobbying and Leadership Development Programme
Business Statutory and Compliance Course
Business Management Training
Business Advisory and Information Centre
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Collective sectoral decision – making (through Conferences / Summits / Strategic Sessions etc.).
Partnerships established with Government and State Owned Enterprises e.g. Department of Trade & Industry and its business units and SOEs like Transnet, ESKOM, TELKOM, etc.
Representation on the Boards of Government Paratstatals.
Involvementy in Local, District, Regional and Provincial municipalities Contracts and Tenders
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Opposed the past government on a plethora of laws that marginalised the black community.
Adopted the call for sanctions to bring about pressure for change in the country.
Developed its 3-4-5-6 policy in 1990 to address fundamental requirements for Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) legislation – related to directors, shareholding, management and outsourcing.
Developed key policy documents that were widely disseminated: Land Policy; Economic Policy; Barriers to Entry to Trade; Investment Climate.
Undertook one of the first meetings with the ANC-in-exile to address the future of the country.