The Nigerian business landscape is filled with a plethora of companies. Few of these companies are owned by Nigerians, the rest are traced to the US, French, Netherlands, Britain, Japan, China, South Africa, Ghana etc. Today, we shall focus our attention on the List of South African Companies In Nigeria. This will comprise the list of all companies owned by South Africans but are located in Nigeria.
In the list of South African companies in Nigeria, some of the names you would see may likely surprise you. They have long been in Nigeria such that many consider them as Nigerian companies. However, that is not the case. So, we would like to reveal to you the list of South African companies in Nigeria owned by South Africans.
List Of South African Companies In Nigeria
The following listed companies are the companies in Nigeria owned by South Africans.
|S/N||Name Of Company||Website||Head Quarters|
|1||MTN||http://www.mtnonline.com/||Golden Plaza Building,, Awolowo Rd, Falomo, Lagos, Nigeria|
|3||Eskom Nigeria||www.eskomplc.com||Plot 19, Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja.|
|4||South African Airway||www.flysaa.com|
|5||South African Breweries (SAB miller)||https://www.sabmiller.com/|
|6||Stanbic Merchant Bank of Nigeria|
|7||Multichoice||https://www.multichoice.co.za/||56, Shogbamu Street, Iyana-Oworo, Bariga, Lagos, Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria|
|8||Umgeni Water||www.umgeni.co.za/ |
|10||PEP Retail Stores||www.pepstores.com|
|14||Critical Rescue International||www.crinigeria.com|
|15||South African-Nigeria Communications|
|16||Global Outdoor Semces||www.gosafrica.com/|
Note: The empty spaces are for the ones we couldn’t find either the address or the website, and in some cases, the both of them. Some of them also have many offices scattered around Nigeria such that we could not select one from the many.
The above are the list of South African companies in Nigeria. These companies have continued to serve as employers of labour as they employ hundreds and thousands of Nigerians to work for them. Their activities and businesses have also served as a source of investment for the Nigerian government and society at large.