Business Unity South Africa is eager to talk to its social partners at Nedlac about how the spiralling public-sector wage bill can be tamed. And the organisation says these talks need to happen soon
Business associations are urging companies to continue seeking alternative energy sources in light of Eskom’s court judgement which would allow the utility to bump up electricity prices up to 15% from next year April 2021.
Cosatu and Sasbo say the banking strike is not cancelled but suspended after the labour court ruled it unlawful
When the US president is not stoking the flames of white nationalism on Twitter, he is playing chicken in a trade war with the Chinese.
In a statement issued on Wednesday, BUSA said Mkhwebane is not "competently and fairly" upholding the Constitution
Ramaphosa signed four bills into law in late November to give effect to a R3 500 monthly national minimum wage for most categories of workers.
A tough nut, Mboweni is likely to make the treasury the undisputed centre of economic power and policy
South Africa, amid fast-changing technology, is producing skilled people, but not enough of them
Ramaphosa has his work cut out to rally everyone behind his vision and some are already grumbling
Unless the country did something ‘extraordinary’, Ramaphosa notes that South Africa will not be able to reduce the unemployment rate to 6% by 2030
Businesses are already required to report income differentials under the Employment Equity Act
Automation is replacing manual workers at a rapid rate. What will be the ‘safe’ careers of the future?
Business Unity South Africa has urged Eskom to let it help find ways to improve the power parastatal’s sustainability and avoid a tariff hike.
Government and business could be in for a standoff over regulations on executive pay, if local authorities decide to tackle excessive salaries.
Business Unity SA has been sharply criticised by Cosatu for calling for greater public and private partnerships in 2012 to bolster SA’s economy.
Business Unity SA has shared its own perspective on the Black Business Council with President Zuma, who has urged unity for the sake of SA’s economy.
Black business organisations expressed their dissatisfaction with lack of transformation at a summit last week.
Business Unity South Africa has cut its economic growth forecast for 2011 from 3.4% to 3.1%, saying a cut in the repo rate could soon be necessary.
Black business organisations had not turned their backs completely on Business Unity South Africa.
Black businesses have suspended involvement with Busa, saying a united voice is needed to achieve meaningful black involvement in the SA economy.
The following is a position paper by the Black Management Forum following its fallout with Business Unity South Africa.