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Business Unity South Africa.
South Africa.

Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) was created in October 2003 through the merger of the Black Business Council and Business South Africa. It began operating in January 2004. The merger created the first truly unified organisation for business in South Africa.

BUSA represents South African business on macro-economic and high-level issues that affect it at the national and international levels. Our function is to ensure that business plays a constructive role in the country’s economic growth, development and transformation and to create an environment in which businesses of all sizes and in all sectors can thrive, expand and be competitive.

BUSA aims to ensure that organised business plays a constructive role, within the context of the country ’s economic growth, development and transformation goals, in achieving an environment in which businesses of all sizes and in all sectors can thrive, expand and be competitive both nationally and internationally.

BUSA aims to be a unified and fully representative organisation that contributes to a vibrant, transforming and growing economy in South Africa.

BUSA’s objectives are to:

  • Act as the principal representative of business in South Africa in its national, sub-continental, continental and international spheres of activity so as to ensure a primary and consistent representation of the views of the South African business community
  • Promote broad-based Black Economic Empowerment by:
    • Designing strategies and programmes aimed at broad-based Black Economic Empowerment, having regard to existing reports, studies and initiatives
    • Engaging government, corporate South Africa and other stakeholders on issues of broad-based Black Economic Empowerment
    • Influencing appropriate legislation to create an enabling environment
    • Promoting transformation both within organised business, as well as at enterprise level
  • Advance and promote initiatives aimed at job creation and the alleviation of poverty
  • Act for and represent the views of its members at national, sub-continental, continental and international levels by:
    • Acting on behalf of its members on mandated issues
    • Influencing legislation and policy in the interests of members
    • Lobbying and advocating agreed upon positions and policies with government, labour, communities and other stakeholders
    • The commissioning of research on relevant issues
    • Acting as a caucus for its membership in appropriate forums and bodies
    • Arranging representation on behalf of member organisations, or nominating representatives of member organisations, to commissions, committees or other institutions in accordance with decisions taken by members
    • Co-operating and, where appropriate, affiliating with relevant international organisations and bodies and representing member organisations in international bodies
    • Communicating and consulting with members on important international affairs which may impact on South African business interests
  • Enable business to play a meaningful strategic role in South Africa's overall development by:
    • Promoting South Africa domestically and internationally
    • Promoting the development of an economic and social system based on the principles of justice, a market oriented economy, individual entrepreneurship and equal opportunities
    • Giving attention to the role of small and medium business enterprises in all sectors and to the development of linkages between large, medium and small businesses to the benefit of the economy as a whole

Key Facts.

Date Created: October 2003.

Business Type: Representative of business people in South Africa.

Contact Information.

Company: Business Unity South Africa (BUSA)

Home Page: http://www.busa.org.za

Top Leadership.

President
Jabulane Albert Mabuza

Chairperson
Adv Brenda Madumise


Chief Executive Officer
Ms Nomaxabiso Majokweni

Non - Executive Directors.

Non-executive Chairman


Independent Non-executive director


Independent Non-executive director


Executive Directors.
Executive Director
Executive Director
Executive Director
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