7 November 2017

South Africa: Mavuso Appointed BLSA Director

Johannesburg — BUSINESS South Africa (BLSA) has appointed Busisiwe Mavuso as Chief Operations Officer and Director of the board. She will be responsible, among others, for Operations; Finance and Administration; Information and Communications Technology; Compliance, Policy and Strategy, Membership Services and Programme Management. "In Busisiwe Mavuso, the BLSA has attracted a strong general manager, a strong defender of our democracy, a change agent who is also a passionate development activist and an advocate of transformation," said Bonang Mohale, the Chief Executive Officer of BLSA. Mavuso expressed excitement at her new role, which she said came when social dialogue needed to be both strengthened and elevated. "This will add a new dimension to my advocacy work and I am excited by this challenge" she said. BLSA represents more than 70 of South Africa's largest businesses and multinational companies. BLSA recently signed a 'Contract with South Africa' and launched an 'Integrity Pledge' through which it aims to create jobs, develop leadership and combat public and private sector corruption and state capture. - CAJ News

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