Introduction – Transform SA
“Transform SA” is a business to business quarterly publication. The magazine disseminates information relating to socio-economic transformation within the private and the public sector. The editorial content of this highly sought after publication is driven by the ever-changing business and government environment in concert with the passion to educate the South African citizenry about the transformation in the context of South Africa especially for economic growth and the advancement of underprivileged communities. With this in mind Transform SA interviews individuals that were and are involved in South Africa’s transformation journey with a view to encourage the vision of all South Africans working together while providing a well rounded review on the success of transforming businesses.
This journal celebrates success stories of transforming companies through interviews with the men and women driving these organizations which have contributed immensely to South Africa’s transformation. Transform SA speaks directly to decision-makers across the SADC region regarding SA’s transformation in terms of management, policies and strategic direction in the public and private sector. Well researched editorial content gets contributed by industry specialists, business analysts and some of the best business leaders, political analysts and politicians in Southern Africa.
Transform SA Distribution:
JSE listed companies, associations, chambers of commerce, decision makers in national and provincial government departments, municipalities, members of various diplomatic corps, captains of industry, think-tank organizations, local and international embassies, academic and research institutions, policy units, NGOs, the international development community, verification agencies, first class and business lounges at major airports, all archived copies available on-line.
Black Business Council (BBC), BUSA (Business Unity South Africa), BMF (Black Management Forum), NAFCOC (National African Federated Chamber of Commerce), SACCI (South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry), BLA (Black Lawyers Association), SABEF (South African Black Entrepreneurs Forum), LGBN (Local Government Business Network), BITF (Black Information Technology Forum), ABSIP (), SAICA (South African Institute of Chartered Accountants), SAWIC (South African Women in Construction), BBEC (Black Business Executive Caucus ), SAIBPP (South African Institute of Black Property Practitioners) BWASA (Black Women’s Association of South Africa)
MDs, CEOs, Directors, Office of the President, Ministers, Deputy Ministers, DGs, DDGs, Premiers’ offices, Mayoral Offices, Municipal Managers, Vice Chancellors, Supply chain Management, Parliament officials, BBEEE Consultants, Senior Engineers, National council of provinces, Provincial Legislatures
Transformation, Procurement, CSI, Economy, Investments, Social Development, Law, Politics, Education and Skills development, SMME development, Media, International relations, Finance, Logistics, Industries – Construction, Manufacturing, Maritime, Fishing, Logistics, Transport, IT, Aviation, Banking
Alexander Forbes, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Public Investment Corporation, Depart mentof Transport, Department of Constitutional Development and Traditional Affairs, University of Johannesburg, University of Limpopo, West Rand District Municipality, Merafong Municipality, Mogale City Municipality, Randfontein Municipality, Mogaswa Attorneys, Vuza Group, Motani Lounge, Carter Harris, Execujet, Indwe Financial Services