06 August 2022 OPINION President Zuma was always fatherly & Presidential in the sessions we hosted as Black Business. Imagine being a chairperson of a session with him and his delegation present. Many of the things happening today in the black business ecosystem were championed by his administration.
President Cyril Ramaphosa's ambitious plans of new social compact talks have hit a brick wall. The talks are meant to build the economy and create jobs. One of the social partners, the Black Business Council (BBC), has accused Ramaphosa and his government of not being “genuine” in their talks on fixing the economy.
A South African citizen who goes by the name of Raymond Mboniseni Shezi made an unflattering statement about the South African president, who is also known as a prominent businessman, Cyril. Following Cyril Ramaphosa's speech at the Black Business Council summit dinner, the president told the South African citizens that "We are implementing targeted interventions to support black businesses in areas of manufacturing such as furniture, iron and steel, petroleum, chemicals, and agro-processing."
The government, as per President Cyril Ramaphosa, is working constantly to track down an answer for the country's energy issue. With stage four burden shedding, Eskom has dropped the country under dimness, which will go on until Friday. This essentially affects organizations, with Eskom the executives being portrayed as "completely overpowered" by the Black Business Council.
https://www.iol.co.za/news/bbc-mulls-ubank-rescue-after-generous-offer-from-dr-iqbal-surve-6a775b05-df68-471b-b79a-141716e56837?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1654087107 ⅘ In spite of an idea and deal by Sekunjalo Investment Holdings' director Dr Iqbal Survé, individuals from the Black Business Council (BBC) presently can't seem to meet to investigate the chance of saving Ubank. Story go on beneath Advertisement
Its like Ramaphosa will laugh at us when we say we are misgoverned by him and his cabinet when the public is in serious condemnation of the cabinets approval of a 100m, presumably, designer national flag costing R22 Million, against the background of a dying economy, unprecedented high levels of unemployment, failed State Owned Enterprises and corruption gone out of control our President thinks of this unwanted expense, as a joke he even laughs uncontrollablyThe nation is in pain crying and the President just thinks it's some big a joke and laughs at our misery the misery which is in the main, caused by him and his cabinet's ineptitude and oblivion so oblivious is our President, that he saw absolutely nothing wrong with approval of that expenditure in the first place.
The government, as indicated by President Cyril Ramaphosa, is working constantly to track down an answer for the country's energy predicament. With stage four burden shedding, Eskom has dropped the country under murkiness, which will go on until Friday. This altogether affects organizations, with Eskom the executives being depicted as "completely overpowered" by the Black Business Council.
The South African president, Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, has again used his minister as a scapegoat regarding the R22 million flag monument. This occurred after South African citizens cried themselves to sleep over the South African government's decision to spend R22 million on a flag. South African citizens described Cyril Ramaphosa as "that one president who doesn't want to get his hands dirty."
https://www.iol.co.za/news/south-africa/western-cape/surve-challenges-black-business-council-to-back-creation-of-black-owned-bank-f1349dea-2a06-48f0-af3f-d20e46241edf#Echobox=1653053670 In a unique location to the BBC's Black Business Summit on Friday morning, Survé said that Ubank, which was as of late positioned under curatorship, could be an incredible chance for the development of a dark claimed bank. Story go on underneath Advertisement
Date: 20 May 2022 President Cyril Ramaphosa says he met with Arts and Culture Minister nathi Mthethwa about the R22 million flag project and instructed him to scrap it. On Thursday, the president addressed the Black Business Council's gala dinner. The multi-million-rand flag has sparked a reaction against the government.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that the 22 million rand flag project has been cancelled. He made this announcement during the Black Business Council gala dinner on Thursday, May 19th. The cancellation of the project follows after it sparked a public uproar. The public showed disapproval saying that 22 million rand is a lot money for a flag project.
Johannesburg - President Cyril Ramaphosa has told Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa to cancel his R22 million Monumental Flag task. Speaking at the Black Business Council dinner in Midrand, Ramaphosa said that Mthethwa had known as him lamenting the public outcry over what many have known as an “arrogance project” with the aid of the minister.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has told Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa to drop the combative R22 million banner undertaking. Ramaphosa said that Mthethwa called him to look for counsel in the midst of the reaction over the drive which numerous South Africans dismissed. Mthethwa had protected the move yet in a slight about-turn on Thursday, declaring that it was to be explored.
Even though he was seen publicly supporting corruption suspect Zandile Gumede, Sandile Zungu, president of the Black Business Council (BBC) and a businessman, says that he is not taking sides in the ANC eThekwini leadership election. Zungu was spotted at a "roll call" function for Gumede-supporting branch delegates on Wednesday.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/06/13/black-business-council-wants-to-create-procurement-opportunities-for-smmes?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter Dark Business Council CEO Kganki Matabane has proposed a few estimates which he accepts will lift the economy into better times, including all the more private ventures taking part in obtainment valuable open doors. These actions are based on guaranteeing that organizations possessed by the adolescent, ladies and individuals living with incapacities become the highlight of this drive for monetary recovery.
According to President Cyril Ramaphosa, the administration is working around the clock to find a solution to the country's energy crisis. Eskom has thrown the country into darkness with stage four load shedding, which will remain until Friday. This has had a substantial impact on businesses, with the Black Business Council describing Eskom management as "completely overloaded.
DURBAN - Businessman and AmaZulu FC boss Sandile Zungu will now not be aiming for the African National Congress (ANC)'s pinnacle submit in KwaZulu-Natal. Black Business Council president Sandile Zungu.© @BlackBCouncil/Twitter Black Business Council president Sandile Zungu. This has been confirmed through a declaration launched by means of Zungu on Wednesday.
https://ewn.co.za/2021/11/10/busa-rejects-calls-for-eskom-s-top-management-to-step-down?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter CAPE TOWN - Business Unity South Africa has dismissed requires Eskom's chiefs to venture down or be sacked. The Black Business Council needs the organization's board and CEO, Andre de Ruyter, to venture down. It accepts that De Ruyter has accomplished nothing at the utility and has exacerbated the situation.
As South Africa wrestles with blackouts, everyone's attention is on Eskom CEO Andre de Ruyter as he frantically attempts to pivot the circumstance at the power service organization. The calls for him to venture down are developing stronger after he said that there is no real end for this blackout issue.
The Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo submitted the first part of the State Capture Report to the President of South Africa earlier this week . Many companies in the report were mentioned as being victims or perpetrators of the South African State Capture . When the mass looting of government funds took place , many companies reportedly benefited while financial losses were being recorded .The recommendations that were issued are expected to shake things up in the business community of South Africa and bring those responsible to book for their actions .