Project Description

The Director’s Event 2022 | Reigniting the spirit of ubuntu

The past two years have seen SA face many challenges as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. As we start adjusting to a new way of living with the virus, it’s also time to evaluate the areas of society and the economy that require rehabilitation and support, from both the public and private sectors.

The pandemic has highlighted the economic divide between the haves and have-nots, and shown up the issues that have been exacerbated. The post-Covid-19 period has also been characterised by supply shortages, further worsened by the Russia-Ukraine conflict that has seen commodity prices soar.

This requires a revision of initial recovery projections as the country strives to rebuild and advance with a greater ethos of social responsibility – an ethos that will not only affect SA’s people, but how we attract foreign investment, which thus will affect the country’s financial bottom line.