Applications are now open to be placed on our National Service Provider Database.
Please contact us for any inquiries.
Download the application form below, complete and send back with the required documentation:
Current Service Providers: [This is not a business directory]
- Business Partners Ltd
- Legal Sense
- PL Samuels Attorneys
- Gauteng Enterprise Propeller
- National Empowerment Fund (NEF)
- Professional CV Zone
- Tobsvest Accounting Services
- National Small Business Chamber
- South African Institute of Entrepreneurship
- South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry
- South African Chamber of Commerce in Japan
- Canada – South Africa Chamber of Business
- The Corporate Council on Africa (CCA)
The main aim of the CB Foundation for People Living with Disabilities is to empower and assist people living with disabilities, between the ages of 18 and 50 by sharing information and providing training in:
- Basic Life Skills
- Basic Office Skills
- Business Skills
- Marketing Skills
- Educational Leadership & Management Skills
- Communications & Analytical Skills
- Self Esteem
This will enable people to become efficient, independent entrepreneurs whom can compete in an open and informal labour society. Our programmes will also give the person living with a disability an opportunity to gain valuable business knowledge and become an efficient and successful employee of any company, corporation or organization should he or she feel the need to work for an employer. We don’t claim to have the holy grail. What we can offer is sound advice and business mentorship to capable people living with disabilities.
The Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) is a nonprofit, membership-based organization established in 1993 to promote business and investment between the United States and the nations of Africa. CCA is the premier American organization devoted to U.S.-Africa business relations and includes as members more than 180 companies, which represent nearly 85 percent of total U.S. private sector investments in Africa. CCA’s members range from America’s smallest to largest corporations. They represent a diverse pool of industries from more than 20 key sectors, including agribusiness, energy, infrastructure, security, power, healthcare, telecommunications and finance.
The Corporate Council on Africa is a leading source of the most up-to-date information on business across Africa. We work closely with governments, multilateral groups and businesses to improve the continent’s trade and investment climate, and to raise Africa’s profile in the U.S. business community. Most importantly, we work with our member companies to help them increase their investment in and trade with the nations of Africa. CCA accomplishes these goals through a number of sector- and country-specific working groups, initiatives, research areas, forums, conferences and advocacy programs.
The U.S.-Africa Business Center (USABC) is a program at The Corporate Council on Africa funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development. USABC works to increase two-way trade and investment between the United States and sub-Saharan African economies, with a focus on small- and medium-size enterprises (SMEs), as well as larger corporations. USABC places special emphasis on promoting American investments in Africa’s strategic agricultural value chains. Target countries for USABC include Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa. Unlike other initiatives, USABC identifies both reliable African partners for U.S. firms seeking to market products and services in Africa and U.S. buyers for African firms wishing to sell to the United States through the African Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA).