The weight of the challenge we face in getting the SA economy back to a more stable and secure path is best reflected by the expected GDP quarter-on-quarter contraction from April to June of 49%, according to Bloomberg consensus forecasts of 11 economists.
Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) has reiterated its call for active partnerships between the South African Police Service (SAPS), business and the public to be elevated to fight crime effectively.
Business leadership SA supports President Cyril Ramaphosa’s clean up of COVID-19 corruption
BEFORE the Covid-19 pandemic took root this year, it seemed the political theatre would play out as it has in most recent years, with peaks and troughs of noise ahead of any important ANC event.
For a better sense of perspective and to ease my growing anxieties about our country, I have to often remind myself that the political changes that we were all hoping for in the governing party took place only about two years ago.
Business is the driver of growth in the economy, and in turn economic growth reduces unemployment by increasing labour.
Is the pay gap getting wider or smaller for women or are workplaces creating a culture that allows women to succeed in leadership roles? How far have we gone as a country to address these issues?
UKUVALWA kokudayiswa kotshwala nogwayi kuzoba nomthelela omubi emnothweni nasekudalweni kwamathuba omsebenzini eminyakeni ezayo kwazise izwe lilahlekelwe wuR15 billion wentela.
On Tuesday 25 August, the Mail & Guardian hosted a webinar on the Fraud and Corruption in the Covid-19 Era, sponsored by Business Leadership South Africa and Tax Justice South Africa.
If you had to sum up the most important delivery of what’s still a young presidency of Cyril Ramaphosa, it’s clawing back lost confidence in the SA public at large that institutions of state will work in the best interests of the country as a whole.
I’m not much of a boxing fan but one of the aspects I know from the sport is the “tale of the tape”, which reflects the statistics of the two boxers about to get into the ring.
For the past five months, every conversation about the health of the economy hinged on the response to the pandemic and the level of our national lockdown.