HOW BUSA WORKS

Voice of
Business in
South Africa

Mission:

Business plays a constructive role in the country’s economic growth, development and transformation to create an environment in which businesses of all sizes and in all sectors can thrive, expand and be competitive.

Categories of Membership

UNISECTORAL 


Representing Sectors of the Economy

CHAMBERS 


Representing Chambers of Commerce & Industry

PROFESSIONALS 


Representing Professional Bodies

CORPORATES 


Representatives of Corporates
Board of Trustees

BUSA Policy Committees

ECONOMIC & TRADE POLICY


  • Transport & Logistics
  • Tax
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Economic & commercial matters
  • Infrastructure (focus on water, technology & transport)
  • Trade
  • Competition policy

SOCIAL POLICY


  • Labour Market
  • Education and Training
  • Health & Safety at work
  • Future of work
  • Comprehensive social security
  • The National Health Insurance
  • Apex body, formed in 2003, leveraging on the role that organised business played in a peaceful transition to democracy
  • Represents business with Government and Labour and in NEDLAC
  • Work closely with the CEO Initiative, Presidential Working Group, the NBI and the BBC
  • BUSA represents SA on the SADC Private Sector Forum, Business Africa, ILO and globally on the G20, and International Organisation of Employers and with Business Organisation counterparts across the globe. Enabling business co-operation within the rest of Africa, South-South, BRICS and Internationally

BUSA BOARD President: Sipho Pityana | Vice President: Martin Kingston | CEO : Tanya Cohen | NEDLAC: Kaizer Moyane | DIRECTORS: Busi Mavuso, Cas Coovadia, Christopher Campbell, Diedre Penfold, Gwarega Mangozhe, Joe Mwase, Maria Ramos, Roger Baxter, Stavros Nicolaou, Vusi Khumalo

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