Be among the empowerment-elite

By on April 13, 2015

With only one week left until the 14th Annual Oliver Empowerment Awards, time is running out to get your seat at this prestigious gala event. Rub shoulders and network with South Africa’s finest, including Lynne Brown (Minister of Public Enterprises), Vivian Reddy (founder and CEO of Edison Power), Xolani Qubeka (Secretary General of the Black Business Council) and Vanessa Phala (Executive Director of Business Unity South Africa), to name a few. The underlying motivation of these awards is to discover organisations and business leaders who are creating a culture of entrepreneurship, developing the best practices and carving out powerful and sustainable models of business for empowerment and transformation in South Africa. This years finalists have been carefully selected for holding these values in their business practices and include top tier public service organisations such the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA), Coega Development Corporation, Automotive Industry Development Centre, City of Tshwane; as well as private companies such as Total SA, Dell and Nedbank. This year’s finalists wowed the judges with their commitment to empowerment and building the South African economy. Judges were impressed with the focus on skills development, where companies were investing up to 5% – going far beyond the government recommended 2%. Equally, the commitment to Corporate Social Investment and giving back to communities; with specifically designed, well thought programs to ensure maximum yield and long term benefits for the targeted communities. Similarly, the focus on job creation and the amount of new jobs that have been created across sectors through these finalists is both an admirable and encouraging sign for growth within South Africa. A promising number of this year’s finalists are females with inspiring stories of building their companies from the ground up, into successful and profitable businesses that now rival their well-established competition. The Oliver Empowerment Awards offers a platform for attendees to access information and connections that they would not normally be privy to. Past winners have been established as transformational leaders in South Africa and gained international recognition. Attend the awards and meet South

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Africa’s legends of empowerment.   Book your table now: The Oliver Empowerment Awards are taking place at Emperors Palace, Johannesburg, on the 23 April 2015. For table bookings, contact Lee-Anne Bruce on or on 0860 00 9590

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