Skip to content

EFSA Annual General Assembly

EFSA held its AGM on the 30 March. The Forum agreed to concentrate on representation, research, education, and training in the near future. The research will concentrate on the measurement of ecommerce activities in South Africa; education and training will also include accreditation of ecommerce skills. The Secretariat is now concentrating on an MoU with the Departments of Communication and Higher Education (DCDT and DHET) to start the accreditation process. Representation of the sector is not only looking at governmental affairs but also at representing ecommerce to the banking sector.

The AGM adopted three resolutions to support this process and has agreed to draft a new strategy. The AGM also noted that EFSA had joined the South African United Business Confederation (SAUBC) on a trial basis in 2021. After considering any advantages and potential disadvantages posed by affiliation with SAUBC, the AGM decided to resign from the Confederation.


Posted in


Leave a Comment

Become a member

Join the Ecommerce Forum South Africa and benefit from industry insights in South Africa and Africa.

Sign up to newsletter

Sign up to our newsletter and stay informed of the progress we are making at the Ecommerce Forum South Africa with government during Coronavirus.