Our Stakeholders - AMCHAM

Our Stakeholders

We accept that we will not be able to achieve our objectives without strategic partners. The following stakeholders are amongst our most significant partners:

Business Organisations
Business Against Crime South Africa (BACSA)

BACSA comprises of various business leaders whose sole purpose is to engage with and give support to government on crime-related matters

Business Leadership SA
Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA)

BLSA’s core function is to create prosperity for globally and nationally responsible competitive companies.

Brand South Africa
Brand South Africa

Brand SA develops and implements pro-active marketing and communication strategies for South Africa and positively promotes South Africa globally.

Business Unity SA
Business Unity South Africa (BUSA)

BUSA ensures that business plays a constructive role in South Africa’s economic growth, development and transformation.

Free Market Foundation
The Free Market Foundation (FMF)

The FMF focuses on a variety of services relevant to the business industry, including the promotion of and fostering of an open society, advocacy of human rights and democracy based on liberal principles.

Information Technology Association
The Information Technology Association (ITA)

The ITA represents business regarding the supply of information technology and relevant systems, software and services in the ICT industry, with active member representation at a governmental level.


Wesgro are the official marketing and investment company that represents the Western Cape, with focus given on investors and trade promoters.

Government Stakeholders
Eskom Holdings
Eskom Holdings

Eskom is the only electricity generator for South Africa and generates, transmits and distributes electricity to industrial, mining, commercial, agricultural and residential customers and redistributors.

Think Tanks
Centre for Development and Enterprise
The Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE)

CDE is one of South Africa’s leading think tanks on critical development issues and the relationship of these to economic growth and democratic consolidation.

Institute for Security Studies
The Institute for Security Studies (ISS)

The ISS is an organisation that aims at enhancing and bettering security in South Africa by providing research, expert policy analysis and advice, and training assistance.

SA Institute of International Affairs 2
The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)

The SAIIA act as a research institute for international issues, with the purpose of creating  better awareness of international affairs.

SA Institute of Race Relations
The South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR)

The SAIRR operates a number of research and policy projects, through which their research and services are made available to Parliament, provincial and local government, political parties and the media.

U.S. Based Organisations
The U.S. Commercial Service

The U.S. Commercial Service represents trade promotion of the U.S. International Trade department, and assists with enabling business start-up with exporting and sales to global markets.

US Embassy
The U.S. Embassy

The U.S. Embassy represents U.S. business interests in South Africa, and also provides partnership programs in various economic sectors.

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