Overview In September 2021 South Africa exported ZAR615M and imported ZAR850M from Czechia, resulting in a negative trade balance of ZAR235M. Between September 2020 and September 2021 the exports of South Africa have decreased by ZAR-231M (-27.3%) from ZAR846M to ZAR615M, while imports decreased by ZAR-13.3M (-1.54%) from ZAR863M to ZAR850M.
Trade In September 2021, the top exports of South Africa to Czechia were Centrifuges (ZAR540M), Aluminium Pipes (ZAR35.1M), Vehicle Parts (ZAR16.1M), Wool (ZAR6.45M), and Other Nuts (ZAR4.47M). In September 2021 the top imports of South Africa from Czechia were Commodities not elsewhere specified (ZAR172M), Vehicle Parts (ZAR98.5M), Sanitary towels (pads) and tampons, napkins... (ZAR52.7M), Centrifuges (ZAR34.8M), and Computers (ZAR28.7M).
Origins In September 2021 the exports of South Africa were mainly from Port Elizabeth (ZAR449M), Pez Inter Airport (ZAR110M), Durban (ZAR44M), Cape Town (ZAR9.47M), and King Shaka Int Airport (ZAR1.31M), while imports destinations were mainly Durban (ZAR286M), Port Elizabeth (ZAR218M), O.R. Tambo Int Airport (ZAR132M), Pretoria (ZAR65.5M), and East London (ZAR61.3M).
Growth In September 2021, the decrease in South Africa's year-by-year exports to Czechia was explained primarily by an decrease in product exports in Centrifuges (ZAR-214M or -28.3%), Wool (ZAR-25.1M or -79.6%), and Aluminium Pipes (ZAR-3.66M or -9.45%). In September 2021, the decrease in South Africa's year-by-year imports from Czechia was explained primarily by an decrease in product imports in Commodities not elsewhere specified (ZAR-125M or -42.1%), Computers (ZAR-104M or -78.4%), and Animal Food (ZAR-17.5M or -62.8%).