Acronym formed on National African Federated Chambers of Commerce, an organization formed in 1969 to promote growth in the black business sector. Also attributive.
1978Survey of Race Rel. (S.A.I.R.R.) 397In August a delegation of African businessmen, representing the National African Federated Chambers of Commerce (Nafcoc), met with the Deputy Minister of Bantu Administration to request..that urban Africans should be recognised as permanent communities with full rights and citizenship.
1982Voice 11 July 4Reporting on Soweto’s Blackchain store’s progress at this week’s Nafcoc conference, chairman Mr S J J Lesolang said it had shown a 59 percent sales increase last year.
1984R. Davies et al.Struggle for S. Afr.I. 119NAFCOC grew out of the African Chamber of Commerce formed in the Johannesburg area in 1955.
1984R. Davies et al.Struggle for S. Afr.I. 120NAFCOC has promoted the emergence of a number of new African enterprises in South Africa.
1990Sunday Times 4 Mar. 17As founder of Nafcoc and a SA Foundation trustee, his potential as a political leader seems self-evident.
1994Style May 77Consider the following targets proposed by Nafcoc, the black business association, for companies listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange: by the year 2002, the boards of directors should be at least 30 percent black.
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