[LISTEN] A look at the role of business in growing South Africa’s economy

Business is the most significant direct contributor to the South African economy.

It employs more people than the public sector. It also supports the state through taxation.

Chief Executive Officer at Business Leadership South AfricaBonang Mohale and President of the Black Business Council Sandile Zungu discussed with Eusebius McKasier how best business can contribute in the role of growing and renewing South Africa’s Economy.

We need to really talk about growth because if the economy is not growing very soon we will be talking about the redistribution of poverty, not wealth.

Bonang Mohale, Chief Executive Officer at Business Leadership South Africa

27% of unemployment is a crisis by definition.

Bonang Mohale, Chief Executive Officer at Business Leadership South Africa

Evidence has suggested that business has not boycotted South Africa.

Sandile Zungu, President of the Black Business Council & Owner of Zungu Investments Company

Business is concerned with some regulatory issues which bothersome.

Sandile Zungu, President of the Black Business Council & Owner of Zungu Investments Company

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