BLSA CEO’s weekly letter 12 October


POSTED ON: October 12, 2020 IN by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

The medium-term budget policy statement is the first real test of the credibility of government’s commitment to fix our national finances.

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BLSA CEO’s letter 5 October 2020


POSTED ON: October 5, 2020 IN by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

SA lost 2.2-million jobs in the Covid-hit second quarter and big companies have warned of thousands of retrenchments to come. It’s time to talk about labour legislation.

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BLSA CEO’s letter 28 September 2020


POSTED ON: September 28, 2020 IN , , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

With the new IPP bid window announced, we’re finally at the cusp of a real change in energy security and a potentially vibrant new economic cluster.

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BLSA CEO’s letter 21 September 2020


POSTED ON: September 21, 2020 IN by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

It was striking how much business could agree with labour and civil society groups at Nedlac on the way forward.

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BLSA CEO’s letter 14 September 2020


POSTED ON: September 14, 2020 IN by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

My confidence soared when the president showed last week that he’s willing to take responsibility and hold people accountable.

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BLSA CEO’s letter 7 September 2020


POSTED ON: September 7, 2020 IN , , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

Why is the sense of urgency that government displayed at the onset of the Covid-19 outbreak missing from other areas?

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BLSA CEO’s letter 31 August 2020


POSTED ON: August 31, 2020 IN , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

How much more onerous will future loan conditions be if SA doesn’t address its creditworthiness?

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BLSA CEO’s letter – 24 August 2020


POSTED ON: August 24, 2020 IN by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

Corruption damages all spheres of society, from service delivery to investment, while it also guts economic growth and increases inequality.

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Second-quarter contraction and the bounce-back


POSTED ON: August 20, 2020 IN , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

The impact of the initial ‘hard lockdown’ is going to make for some shocking reading when GDP figures are released early next month.

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BLSA CEO’s weekly letter – 17 August


POSTED ON: August 17, 2020 IN , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

This is the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes. Labour and business have presented detailed plans, but why hasn’t government?

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