BLSA CEO’s weekly letter -11 August


POSTED ON: August 11, 2020 IN , , , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

SA Breweries, Heineken and Consol Glass have frozen R13bn of investment. But that doesn’t begin to reflect how much investment we’re losing.

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The screws need to be loosened


POSTED ON: August 6, 2020 IN , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso.

It’s imperative to open up as much of the economy as possible without compromising Covid-19 safety protocols.

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Lead by example


POSTED ON: August 4, 2020 IN by Admin

With Covid-19 infections rising sharply, it’s important that political leaders and business leaders in SA lead by example in curbing the spread.

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Confidence is in a trough as infections start to peak


POSTED ON: August 3, 2020 IN , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

Boosting confidence is critical for our economic recovery – easier said than done considering the tales of corruption around the management of the health pandemic.

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BLSA CEO’s weekly 3 August


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By Busi Mavuso

The time for talking is done. We must now become obsessed with implementation – it’s the only thing that matters.

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Special task team to combat covid-19 corruption


POSTED ON: August 2, 2020 IN , by Admin

By Tebele Luthuli

Perhaps many South Africans have become apathetic about corruption because they never see things improving.

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Reality bites with IMF loan


POSTED ON: July 29, 2020 IN , , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

SA is being bailed out by the IMF because we can’t finance the Covid-19 battle ourselves. That’s because of our low growth over the last five years.

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Corruption is still rife


POSTED ON: July 27, 2020 IN , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address to the nation last week was focused on growing corruption around funds dedicated to our war against Covid-19. A sad state of affairs.

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BLSA CEO’s Weekly – 27 July


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By Busi Mavuso

Scenes of police using water cannons against protesting restaurant workers in Cape Town were shocking. People have a right to protest.

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Women and youth feel the pain of tourism shutdown


POSTED ON: July 21, 2020 IN , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

If supporting women to become financially independent is among the state’s priorities, denying women and youth the ability to earn a living due to lockdown of industries such as tourism, is the ultimate contradiction.

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