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With wide-ranging changes taking place in South Africa, as well as internationally, business people will find it more difficult to operate in isolation and ensure survival. The chamber movement represented by the South African Chamber of Business (SACOB) and its almost 100 constituent chambers is a lifeline for business people.
The chamber movement addresses all the economic, social and political issues affecting the business community in one way or another. The chamber movement is apolitical. It is “the voice of business” and it ensures that this voice is heard where it matters – where it is necessary to protect the interests of business, at local, regional and national levels.
Method of buying shares or unit trust units by investing the same amount of money regularly, regardless of the market price. Rand-cost averaging helps investors to avoid timing the market, as a Rand buys more units when the price is down and fewer when the price is up.