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The French South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry in partnership with The African Storyteller and along with SA-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Belgian Chamber of Commerce for Southern Africa, Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the Republic of South Africa, SwissCham Southern Africa - South Africa Chapter and Austrian Business Chamber In South Africa, held a business breakfast with European investors with the presence of His Excellency Deputy President Paul Mashatile.
High representatives from the French, German, Belgium, Spanish, Swiss and Austrian Chambers were present this morning to launch an ongoing dialogue with His Excellency Deputy President to raise issues of concern and sought Government’s intervention particularly on the energy crisis, logistics challenges especially on the rail network, skills development to fast track the absorption of young people into jobs and business, and long periods attached to getting business visas. 
It was a fruitful dialogue between His Excellency Deputy President, chief executive officers and senior leadership. As Ms Thuli Phesheya, Phiri APR - Managing Director of The African Storyteller - said it was important for a Government and business relationship to be nurtured for the broader benefit of the economy and the people of South Africa.

We would like to thank everybody involve in the organisation of this event. It was a great opportunity to talk directly to the Deputy President and to the leaders of the European companies who took part in the dialogue with the Government: TotalEnergies, Africa Global Logistics, Bombela Operating Company, Saint-Gobain Africa, Unilever South Africa, Leroy Merlin, The South African Breweries, Alstom, B. Braun Group, BMW SA, Bureau Veritas South Africa, Engie, Pereira Ocean Products, Gransolar Group, Iberchem Interwaste (Pty) Ltd, Mazars in South Africa, Siemens, Swissport South Africa, Volkswagen SA, Alpha Recycling and Transportation Services SA and Buhler Sourthern Africa. 

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