Company structures

Choice of company structures

Investors can employ a variety of legal business structures in South Africa, depending on the nature of the operation and the related tax and legal considerations. The most commonly adopted forms of doing business by foreign investors are private companies and branches.

Press release: South Africa ranked among top countries for FDI and remains an attractive...

Brand South Africa welcomes South Africa’s performance in the 2017 A.T. Kearney Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Confidence Index, as well as in the Africa...

Algeria ready to strengthen trade and industry ties with South Africa

Algerian ambassador to South Africa Abd-El-Naceur Belaid called for stronger economic partnerships between Algeria and South Africa at an Algeria-South Africa trade and investment...

Press release: Renewing international reputation with help from expatriates

South African expatriates living in Sydney, Australia, are fully behind Brand South Africa's efforts to renew the country's reputation as a great place to...
saving money

Safer community saving with locally designed stokvel app

Yethu is a new locally developed app that helps make community stokvel saving safer and easier.CD AndersonYethu, a new mobile app designed to make...

Summit explores Japan’s role in developing Africa’s ‘great economic potential’

The fourth Japan Summit, hosted by Brand South Africa in Sandton this week, highlighted the importance of trade between South Africa and Japan and...
Moussa Faki Mahamat

African Union choose new chairperson

Chadian Foreign Minister Moussa Faki Mahamat has been chosen as the new chairperson of the African Union Commission. Mahamat replaces South Africa’s Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.CD...

BRICS summit: opportunity for solutions and investment

The value proposition of 33 South African companies would be promoted to businesspeople and investors from the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South...

GE invests half-a-billion rand in South Africa

American multinational General Electric (GE) has invested R500-million in South Africa in its GE Africa Innovation Centre in Rosebank, northern Johannesburg.The 2 700m² facility...

South African products: names protected under new agreement

The names of a selection of South African products are now protected under a new agreement with the European Union (EU). It follows from...

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