LeadingBusinesses with a presence in over two African states.Organised Business, Chamber and Councils.The private sector has become the foremost and critical stakeholder in making a contribution towards the promotion of a Better Africa. Business will determine their role in delivering the AU Agenda 2063 Goals and the SDGs.
African governments, the African Union and intergovernmental organisations
Multilateral institutions and Development Partners
The African Union
(AU), the Regional Economic Communities (RECs), the African
Development Bank and international and multilateral institutions.
Civil Society Movements, Academia and Institutions of Higher Learning, Think Tanks, Chambers of Commerce, Corporate
Councils globally, Development Partners etc.
South Africa is part of the BRICS Council and this presents an opportunity for the Pan-African private sector as a whole and not just South Africa’s private sector, to leverage the economic partnerships presented by the BRICS Council. South Africa’s continental partners are to benefit significantly from South Africa’s trade agreements with global partners.
Academia and Media
Partnerships with Universities to produce research backed responses to the challenges that the Private Sector will seek to address.