BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly – South Africans need a government that can commit itself to delivery


POSTED ON: June 9, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

South Africans need a government that can commit itself to delivery and get straight to work.

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BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly Newsletter – It is time for our politicians to put South Africa first


POSTED ON: June 2, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

We need a stable government that will continue the vital work that has already been done to put our economy on the right track to create jobs and tax revenue.

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BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly Newsletter – Enjoy the vote, and hope the next administration continues our progress


POSTED ON: May 26, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

What do I hope for from the next administration? Chiefly, that we accelerate the momentum we’ve managed to build so far.

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BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly Newsletter – The NHI Bill is a threat to SA’s healthcare sector


POSTED ON: May 19, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

The private sector is good at managing operational risk, raising investment and building infrastructure.

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BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly Newsletter: Gas master plan fails to tackle gas supply crisis


POSTED ON: May 5, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

The gas cliff is just 24 months away, leaving barely any time to develop the kinds of projects that will be needed to avoid it.

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BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly Newsletter: Policy makers pay little attention to public comment


POSTED ON: April 14, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

BLSA puts considerable effort into providing public comment on proposed legislation. We sometimes commission expert research to enable us to provide informed input.

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BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly Newsletter: While new visa regulations are welcome, there are concerns about government effectiveness


POSTED ON: April 7, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

Various European chambers of business with many investors here have been trying for many months to engage home affairs on the countless outstanding visas.

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BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly Newsletter: The latest version of the IRP needs to be reworked immediately


POSTED ON: April 1, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

We need electricity that is affordable, reliable and can come onstream quickly. Anything that goes against that doesn’t make sense and the IRP needs to be reworked to facilitate this.

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BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly Newsletter: Trust is fundamental to enabling all of us to work together


POSTED ON: March 24, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

The annual Edelman Trust Barometer last week revealed that South Africans have a relatively high trust in business compared to government.

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BLSA’s CEO’s Weekly Newsletter – Skills development is needed in municipalities to properly maintain systems


POSTED ON: March 17, 2024 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

Nearly half of the country’s drinkable water poses acute health risks because of bacteria and other pathogens.

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