By Busisiwe Mavuso
The best way to accelerate the reform process and help to overcome obstacles is to open the way for further private sector participation.
BLSA is extremely concerned that international support for SA’s just energy transition might
now be at risk if a change in CEO signals a change in approach.
Whatever gripes you might have with South Africa, the drama is certainly compelling.
In her last letter of 2022, BLSA’s CEO reflects on what BLSA has done this year to help deliver inclusive economic growth.
Heading into the ANC elective conference next week, the most important message is for the leadership to do their duty and put the country’s interests first.
As business, we support the appropriate legal avenues being fully exhausted as recommended by the Section 89 Panel.
The collapse of the rand and the value of South Africa’s traded debt last Thursday showed how concerned investors were.
Government should set itself a goal: no new state entities can be formed until it has fixed all the ones that it has broken.
BLSA will continue to stand resolutely in support of the rule of law and we call on all stakeholders in South Africa to do so too.
E2 looks forward to more beneficial partnerships in 2023 that will help make South Africa good for business, and business good for South Africa.
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