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Trade, Exports & Investment
 

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Export Opportunities
 

the dti through the Trade Opportunities Centre (TOC) assists South African companies across sectors to identify international business opportunities. Information on international business opportunities is continuously received from the dti's network of foreign economic representatives and other reliable sources for distribution and matching to South African small and medium sized export ready firms. The Trade Opportunities Centre offers the following services:

  • Match-Making: the matching of international business opportunities to export ready South African enterprises
  • Trade Lead Bulletins: the weekly publishing and distribution of international business opportunities to South African enterprises

Trade Lead Bulletin

Trade Lead Bulletins are a weekly roundup of international business opportunities received from the dti's network of foreign economic representatives and other reliable sources. South African companies who wish to reply to a lead should contact the dti official listed within the bulletin.

If you would like to subscribe to the Trade Lead Bulletin mailing list, please send your request to either of the following officials:

Ms Martha MahlanguMpilo Chuene
E-mail: Martham@thedti.gov.za E-mail: MChuene@thedti.gov.za
Tel: +27 (12) 394 1179Tel: +27 (12) 394 5792
Fax: +27 (12) 394 2179Fax: +27 (12) 394 6792

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No warrantees, guarantees or endorsements of any nature are given by the dti in respect of any company, product or transaction. the dti does not guarantee the accuracy of any of the information contained or displayed herein and gives no assurances or warrantees of any nature whatsoever. the dti cannot either endorse or refuse to endorse any transaction and any business conducted with any company displayed on the dti web site or with any other company is done at the risk of the party entering into the agreement. In the event of any transaction being unsuccessful, the dti cannot enforce compliance nor reclaim any monies paid.