BLSA CEO Newsletter – 18 September 2023


POSTED ON: September 17, 2023 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

The private sector, as I’ve written here before, is ready and willing to invest and grow the economy if the right policies are in place and key network industries can support their growth.

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BLSA CEO Newsletter – 11 September 2023


POSTED ON: September 10, 2023 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

I can understand why those allied with Ukraine in the war with Russia were alarmed. The circumstances of Lady R’s docking were highly suspicious.

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BLSA CEO Newsletter 4 September 2023


POSTED ON: September 3, 2023 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

While corruption is often thought of as emanating from the public sector, prominent businesses were also deeply implicated in state capture.

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BLSA CEO Newsletter 28 August 2023


POSTED ON: August 27, 2023 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

I was pleased to see the BRICS Summit last week did not become an open season of anti-West rhetoric.

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BLSA CEO Newsletter 21 August 2023


POSTED ON: August 20, 2023 IN by Admin

By Busiswe Mavuso

I am appalled at the delays in processing the Electricity Regulation Act Amendment Bill that came to light last week.

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BLSA CEO Newsletter 14 August 2023


POSTED ON: August 13, 2023 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

Competitiveness is very important in underpinning sustainable economic growth. It means we can trade in international markets because we are offering products and services that are as good, if not better, than alternatives made in other countries.

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BLSA CEO Newsletter 7 August 2023


POSTED ON: August 6, 2023 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

We will work with the government of the day as a representative of business to achieve specific goals – ensuring that the economy works and businesses can flourish.

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BLSA CEO Newsletter 31 July 2023


POSTED ON: July 30, 2023 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

This is not to say the problems have been solved – far from it. Many companies are still struggling to gain access to sufficient capacity to move their output down rails or out of ports. As a result, they cannot expand, invest, or employ more people.

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BLSA CEO Newsletter 24 July 2023


POSTED ON: July 23, 2023 IN by Admin

By Busisiwe Mavuso

our relationship with BRICS must not come at the expense of our relationships with the West. This is surely obvious. While the opportunities in the East are clear, our trading relationships with the West are essential to our economic well-being.

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BLSA CEO Newsletter 17 July 2023


POSTED ON: July 16, 2023 IN by Admin

By Ms Busisiwe Mavuso

Service delivery is largely abysmal throughout the country, mainly because people appointed to their positions are not suitably qualified – the ANC’s notorious cadre deployment programme has contributed significantly to the state the country is in today.

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