Business Leadership South Africa

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Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) is an independent association whose members include the leaders of some of South Africa’s biggest and most well-known businesses.

Through this forum, South Africa’s business leaders engage key players in South African society, including government, civil society and labour, to exchange ideas in our national interest and to create effective dialogue.

BLSA's purpose is to build an environment in which globally competitive and national responsible companies can prosper. By so doing, it contributes to building strong communities underpinned by job creation through sustained economic growth.

As an organisation BLSA is focusing on three core activities, which combined with our contract with South Africa, will help to facilitate a better and inclusive South Africa:

*Advancing a modern, inclusive and growing economy,
*Upholding the constitution and protecting the integrity of the state institutions, and
*Demonstrating that business is a national asset and is central in addressing poverty, unemployment, economic injustice, and transformation

Business Leadership South Africa

11 EPISODES |  Podcast, ±3 min episode every 1 week, 6 days
Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) is an independent association whose members include the leaders of some of South Africa’s biggest and most well-known businesses.

Through this forum, South Africa’s business leaders engage key players in South African society, including government, civil society and labour, to exchange ideas in our national interest and to create effective dialogue.

BLSA's purpose is to build an environment in which globally competitive and national responsible companies can prosper. By so doing, it contributes to building strong communities underpinned by job creation through sustained economic growth.

As an organisation BLSA is focusing on three core activities, which combined with our contract with South Africa, will help to facilitate a better and inclusive South Africa:

*Advancing a modern, inclusive and growing economy,
*Upholding the constitution and protecting the integrity of the state institutions, and
*Demonstrating that business is a national asset and is central in addressing poverty, unemployment, economic injustice, and transformation.