No business is an island. By improving communication with key stakeholders – targeting the media, employees, customers, suppliers, government and activists – we help you improve relationships and ultimately drive better business results. This requires you to involve stakeholders in decision-making processes and generate trust and improved relationships among stakeholders themselves.
To manage the interface between an organisation and its stakeholders, a number of issues have to be addressed:
~ Warren G. BennisSUCCESS STORY
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The Urban Development Zone (UDZ) tax incentive is an incentive scheme aimed at encouraging inner city renewal across South Africa. Any taxpaying, property owning, individual or entity may claim the tax benefits of the UDZ incentive. The incentive takes the form of a tax allowance covering an accelerated depreciation of investment made in either refurbishment of existing property or the creation of new developments within the inner city, over a period of five, or 17 years, respectively. The inner city of Johannesburg, comprising just under 18km², is the largest UDZ in South Africa, reflective of its status of the economic powerhouse of South Africa, as well as the significant challenges posed by inner city regeneration.
The IWFSA is a progressive organisation of South African women leaders whose vision is to educate, empower, nurture and mentor the next generation of women leaders in southern Africa through various programmes. The alliance is part of the IWF global network that advances women’s leadership across careers, cultures and continents through 62 affiliated forums in 21 countries with more than 4 200 women belonging worldwide. Hillary Clinton, Isabel Allende, Rosa Park and Maggie Thatcher are just some of the names of IWF members internationally and in South Africa, the Forum currently has 55 members ranging from Business leaders to Minister, CEOs and DGs. Amongst the South African members are Dr Anna Mokgokong, Totsie Memela-Khambule, Dr Namane Magau, Minister Naledi Pandor, Mrs Zanele Mbeki (founder of the South African Forum),and the queen mother of the Royal Bafokeng. This traditionally exclusive network is now opening doors and making a major impact at board level. The IWFSA runs a mentorship program for emerging female leaders through the Gordon Institute of Business Studies (GIBS).The Strategic Leadership Programme is designed to equip young women in senior leadership positions with skills to succeed in their chosen industries.
MTN offers its SME, corporate and government clients the best telecommunications, data and networking technology options available. Pivotal to providing a modern, world-class cellular communications network is providing both subscribers and corporate customers with the widest possible bouquet of useful and exciting applications, services and content. MTN SA facilitates interconnectivity between public service operators and MTN’s client base, ensuring effective communication and service delivery.
eBucks is South Africa’s leading multi-partner rewards programme. Members earn eBucks when spending Rands with their partners, and in turn they have many options when deciding where to spend their eBucks!
Launched in October 2000 as a FirstRand Group business to consumer eCommerce initiative, eBucks is today one of South Africa’s most aspirational rewards programmes focused on delivering real and meaningful value to partners and members alike.
Founded in 1941, the Professional Provident Society (PPS) is the largest multi-disciplinary group of graduate professionals in the world, representing leaders, academics and top individuals in South Africa and Namibia. It currently provides for the financial needs of over 70% of South Africa’s qualifying graduate professionals. PPS embraces an ethos of mutuality, which means that it exists solely for the benefit of, and is ‘owned’ by, its members. PPS offers access to a complete range of life, savings, retirement, investment, short-term insurance and healthcare products.
FNB has 16 000 employees and contributes to 83% of the FirstRand Group’s Business.