We believe in South Africa and its prosperous future, and that business is a powerful vehicle to bring about positive change in South Africa.
Strategic social engagement is a significant way for businesses to shape our national socio-economic landscape. There is a clear co-responsibility to build the nation between business, NPOs and the community.
Business matters. Innovation matters. South Africa matters.
Mr Pravin Gordhan, Minister of Public Enterprises delivered this address
via video at Nation Builder’s In Good Company 2018 conference.
Brent Lindeque is better known as “The Good Things Guy” and has achieved global recognition for this forward-thinking approach, and has inspired a nation with his small act of kindness which turned into South Africa’s biggest good news platform. He wrote an article
for the Pretoria News for us. “All South Africans need to be asking themselves: How do we really honour Nelson Mandela’s legacy? Instead of focusing on just 67 minutes, rather create a 67 lifestyle and get involved in a well-grounded project that assists the most needy causes in South Africa.”
It is important to gain a deeper understanding of the facts related to the land reform question in order to understand the impact (both positive and negative) on people living in poverty and without employment – and the greater implication for economic growth. To facilitate discussion into this important issue from different perspectives, Nation Builder hosted a webinar
with Free Market Foundation Director, Temba Nolutshungu and AFGRI group CEO, Chris Venter, who shared insightful perspectives and statistics on the impact of land reform on the South African society.
In her latest TEDx Talk
, Farai Mubaiwa, the winner of the Queens Young Leader Award and speaker at Nation Builder’s 2017 In Good Company Conference, encourages the youth to stand up, let their voice be heard and create positive change in society.