Sample module in position -stick-lefttop-
Sample module in position -stick-leftmiddle-
Sample module in position -stick-leftbottom-
Sample module in position -stickrightmiddle-
 

Position "promo-left"

This is a sample module in position “promo-left”. All modules in this position will be arranged in vertical column. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

Position "promo-right"

This is a sample module in position “promo-right”. All modules in this position will be arranged in vertical column. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

Position "content-top"

This is a sample module in position “content-top”. All modules in this position will be arranged in horizontal row. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

Position "content-top"

This is a sample module in position “content-top”. All modules in this position will be arranged in horizontal row. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

Position "user1"

This is a sample module in position “user1”. All modules in this position will be arranged in vertical column. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

Position "user2"

This is a sample module in position “user2”. All modules in this position will be arranged in vertical column. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

The clamour to have black South Africans play a greater role in the economic sphere is as loud as ever. Sandile Luthuli takes an in-depth look at economic redress.
Image: Johannesburg Stock Exchange Image: Johannesburg Stock Exchange

Image: Johannesburg Stock Exchange 

The empowerment of all South African citizens, particularly black South Africans who emerged from a past of political subjugation and economic exclusion, has always been a rallying cry of the democratic South African government.

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The JSE agrees that 10% black representation among the top 100 companies is woeful. Zeona Jacobs, Marketing and Corporate Affairs Director at the JSE, says: “The JSE believes that the 10 per cent statistic is low considering the country’s demographics. The aim should be to grow the percentage.”

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Position "user3"

This is a sample module in position “user3”. All modules in this position will be arranged in vertical column. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

Position "user4"

This is a sample module in position “user4”. All modules in this position will be arranged in vertical column. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

Our Corporate Members

35,10,0,50,1
25,600,60,0,3000,5000,25,800
90,150,1,50,12,30,50,1,70,12,1,50,1,1,1,5000
0,2,1,0,2,46,15,5,2,1,0,20,0,1
Nampak
Nampak
Nissan
Nissan
Shell SA
Shell SA
Old Mutual
Old Mutual
Standard Bank
Standard Bank
Deloitte South Africa
Deloitte South Africa

Position "user5"

This is a sample module in position “user5”. All modules in this position will be arranged in vertical column. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

Position "user6"

This is a sample module in position “user6”. All modules in this position will be arranged in vertical column. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.

Position "user7"

This is a sample module in position “user7”. All modules in this position will be arranged in vertical column. The whole position will be collapsed, if there are no modules published.