ICT partners in Southern Africa

Southern Africa covers countries belonging to SACU – the Southern African Customs Union- whose aim is to maintain the free interchange of goods between member countries. It provides for a common external tariff and a common excise tariff to this common customs area.
All customs and excise collected in the common customs area are paid into South Africa’s National Revenue Fund. The revenue is shared among members according to a revenue-sharing formula as described in the agreement. South Africa is the custodian of this pool.

This region covers the following countries
  • Botswana
  • Lesotho
  • Namibia
  • South Africa
  • Swaziland

Total estimated ICT partners* for this region: 3,200 partners (mostly in South Africa)

*Companies with more than 1 employee, > 150 K€ / year, at least 50% revenue in ICT solutions, services or products.

Key information for the Southern African Market 
Influences: South Africa, with its influences and external connections is the key country for this region.

Currencies used: In Southern Africa the South African rand is dominant

Languages spoken: English is commonly used for business in Southern Africa. 

Point of entry:  South Africa 
Demographics: According to the U.N. Southern Africa will represent 3% of the population of the African continent by 2050 ** 

ICT partners in Southern Africa

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