Transparency and ethical leadership


POSTED ON: August 26, 2020 IN by Admin

By Tebele Luthuli

We hear of so much corruption, but little gets done about it. The corrupt thrive in secrecy; transparency is their enemy.

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Rebuilding an organisation gutted by state capture


POSTED ON: August 25, 2020 IN , by Admin

The job of rebuilding SARS has been an immensely difficult task because of the extent of the damage done in the state capture era, SARS commissioner Edward Kieswetter told BLSA members at an online webcast on Thursday.

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Setting the tone against corruption


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By Busi Mavuso

It’s only after we win the battle against corruption that recovery plans can find proper grounding.

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This is no popularity contest


POSTED ON: August 13, 2020 IN , by Admin

By Busi Mavuso

Has Cyril Ramaphosa opted to win a popularity contest within the ANC rather than do the right thing for the country?

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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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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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